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.
Xi Jinping meets with Serbian PM Ana Brnabic
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said, the friendship between Serbia and China is as solid as steel and iron, and bilateral relations are at their historical best. Major projects including the Smederevo steel plant have greatly promoted the economic development of Serbia, and the people of Serbia have become more and more deeply aware of the benefits of Serbia-China cooperation.
Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis visits COSCO headquarters in Shanghai
COSCO President Xu Lirong thanked the Greek Prime Minister for swiftly approving the new investment plan, and the two men agreed that the two sides’ common goal is to make Piraeus the first port in Europe.
Deputy Minister F.A. Maciej Lang attends a meeting of National Coordinators of 17+1 Format held in Beijing
The participants agreed to have the 17+1 Midterm Cooperation Agenda for 2020-2025 adopted during the meeting of 17+1 leaders in 2020.
The Year 2019 abounds in Polish – Greek bilateral relations in the field of maritime economy
In the area of maritime economy this year confirms the exceptionally good and strong relations between both countries. The recent meetings are continuation of consolidating and expanding these relationships.
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 […]
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.
Polish – Romanian intergovernmental consultations in Bucharest
The intergovermental consultations in Bucharest highlighted the activity at the regional cooperation formats, including the Three Seas Initiative, of which both countries are members and where they pursue their common strategic goals.
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.