Since April the open access forecasting system has been tested in the port of Riga. Forecasting is possible due to invisible part of the system – specific software is responsible for non-stop data collection and mathematical modeling of hydrodynamic processes
Bulgaria, Greece, Romania, and Serbia to discuss travel relaxation
The four leaders discussed possible future measures to ease travel restrictions among the four states.
Polish Romanian PM’s discuss anticrisis solutions
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and his Romanian counterpart Ludovic Orban held a video conference on Thursday during which they spoke about optimal solutions to overcome the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic as well as Poland’s financial aid packages
Ports investments can boost the Europe’s future economy
In order to revive the Central and Eastern European economy, it is crucial to reduce the risk for the implementation of investment projects related to the improvement of seaport infrastructure.
Polish seaports capacity in times of Covid19
Regardless of pandemic Polish seaports transshipment are at a good and safe level. In Poland the beginning of this year proved to be record-breaking for grain transshipments.
Bulgarian “green corridors” for delivery of goods have been defined
The plan for defining “Green corridors” along the European road network was proposed by the Minister of Transport, Information Technologies and Communications.
Construction of Svilaj bridge on Bosnian-Croatian border in final stage
The works were due for completion by April 14 but the coronavirus outbreak has pushed forward the deadline for completing the technical tests of the new bridge to the middle of May.
Tallink Grupp’s vessel Romantika to carry out special trip on the Riga-Stockholm route to transport cargo and workers between the two capitals
Tallink Grupp has agreed to operate one special return trip with its vessel Romantika on the Riga-Stockholm route on 29-30 April 2020, at the request of the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia and with the permission from the Latvian Ministry of Transport.
Romania’s wheat export ban triggers supply chain concerns in Asia/Middle East
The ban announced April 10, which aims to protect Romania’s domestic market amid a state of emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic, took effect immediately and will last at least until mid-May, according to media reports.