The implementation of the reform in the field of water transport will become a great impetus for expanding the capabilities of Ukraine’s transport infrastructure. „Development of river transportations will allow for reducing traffic congestion and protecting roads from destruction, and will also help to create new jobs by increasing orders for Ukrainian shipbuilding companies”, Vladyslav Kryklii emphasized.
Port of Gdansk embarks on massive $3.1bn port development programme
The Port of Gdansk is to undergo a huge expansion programme as an outcome of successful high-level meetings between Polish government, port and industry representatives and their Singaporean counterparts last week.
COSCO Shipping invests millions in Greece
China and Greece agreed to continue the COSCO Shipping investment worth 600 milion EUR. The collaboration of the Chinese giant and the largest Greek port of Piraeus is the result of growing trade between Asia and Europe.
Port in Bar surges to record results
We’ve negotiated a dispute settlement with Port of Adria. We also have agreed business projects. One of them is conclusion of the contract with HBIS Ironworks Smederevo company on the transshipment of the iron ore. We’ve established a contact and agreed on the cooperation conditions. Signing of the contract with ZIJiN RTB Bor on the import of copper concentrate is coming next”, pointed out Mr Vučelić, company’s CEO.
COSCO is increasing volumes via Koper
The North Adriatic Slovenian port of Koper has hosted a delegation from the Chinese shipping and ports group COSCO, which is interested in both its logistics services within the port and links with the hinterland regions. COSCO Shipping is one of four ship-owners of the Ocean Alliance (other members CMA CGM, OOCL and Evergreen) which […]
Romania’s Grampet Group launches naval route between Batumi and Constanta ports
The Trans-Caspian International Transport Route (TITR), also known as the Middle Corridor, combines the countries participating in the new Silk Road project and important players of the region.
Slovakia connects to China with new route via Ukraine
Metrans has launched a new regular rail freight service from the Chinese city of Xi’an to Dunajska Streda, near Bratislava in the west of Slovakia. The train runs via Dobra and firstly arrived in the Slovak terminal on Wednesday 3 October, where it was immediately forwarded to the final terminals of Prague, Ceska Trebova, Budapest and Krems.
New intermodal service connecting Romania with the Port of Koper
Adria Kombi in Rail Cargo Operator Hungary offering regular service to Ploiesti (Romania). The service is particularly advantageous for Romanian shippers looking for frequent and numerous maritime connections with Mediterranean and Far East ports with excellent transit times available through the Port of Koper.
USPA & TITR have signed MoU at the 3rd Economic Railway Forum held in Poland
Representatives of railway departments from Ukraine, Poland and Romania as well as more than 60 representatives of ports and logistics companies attended the general meeting of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Corridor (TITR). The Nomad Express train, which runs along the TITR, transports cargo from China to Europe on average for 10-12 days, that is one of the main advantages of the route.