The activity in the Romanian seaports is carried out in normal conditions, without dysfunctions, the Romanian maritime gateway being operational and open for all flows of goods.
The real time system for port hydrodynamics created in Latvia is being tested in the Port of Riga
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
Hungary, Croatia and Serbia introduce lower administrative burdens for cross-border traffic on the Danube
In the first phase Hungary, Croatia and Serbia introduced the DAVID forms in control procedures thereby replacing the national forms applied until then. Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine and Moldova intend to follow suit until the end of 2021 latest.
BPI Co. innovative training on ports environment management
Bulgarian Ports Infrastructure Co. has started the preparation for training courses on sustainable environmental management of ports and their surrounding coastal areas
Bulgarian ports first in the Black Sea region to benefit from Wärtsilä Sea Traffic Management
This project further enhances Wärtsilä’s leading position in the field of sea traffic management and information systems,” says Nicolai Leontev, Lead Project Manager, Regional Europe, Wärtsilä Marine.
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.
Port resilience to COVID-19 economic effects
In spite of the fact that the recovery in China is seen, the tensions in Eurasian supply chains are not yet over. According to analysts, the rebound in trade in China will lead to a sudden increase in the number of containers and temporary shortages of ship capacity. At present, it is Europe that is […]
Eurasian supply chains in times of COVID-19
The current conditions for Eurasian transport are extremely stressful. According to analyses of leading international institutions, this article attempts to diagnose the current impact of the pandemic on the disruption of supply chains in European ports, including those of Central and Eastern Europe.