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The Danish shipping company has acquired all shares of the Swedish road haulage firm Italcargo.
Riga Universal Terminal (RUT) has signed an agreement with the hydro-technical construction company BMGS for the re-construction of its two berths.
One million barrels of crude oil has been acquired by the Polish state-owned oil refiner and petrol retailer PKN Orlen from the National Iranian Oil Company.
From January's end, the Gothenburg-based shipping company will be offering a new ro-ro route, linking the ports of Ventspils, Zeebrugge, and Tilbury.
The Tórshavn-headquartered shipping company has bought the ro-ro-turned-car carrier Auto Baltic from Bore.
Statoil, LITGAS, and Lietuvos Duju Tiekimas (LDT) have signed an agreement for providing wholesale LNG supplies from Klaipeda’s LNG terminal.
The company has signed a five-year agreement with the Gothenburg Port Authority to drive the new facility, starting as of December 2017.
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Transport for London (TfL) has commissioned the Polish Remontowa Shipbuilding for the delivery of two new ferries for domestic river traffic across the River Thames.