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.
Port of Koper
New direct shuttle train from Koper to Bratislava
The service runs twice a week in both directions.
About the ‘16+1’ format during the World Maritime Day Parallel Event 2018 in Szczecin
On the margins of the World Maritime Day Parallel Event 2018 in Szczecin was held a meeting on maritime issues within the ’16+1′ format. The theme of the discussion was “Seaports on the routes of the Belt and Road Initiative”.
Central Europe via Port of Koper
The port operates all 12 specialized terminals in the multipurpose port, handling all types of cargo: containers, cars and Ro-Ro, various general cargo products, dry bulk, liquid bulk and passengers.
Infrastructure projects of the ‘Adriatic Sea’ region
Albania From the geographic point of view, goods from Albania can be transported relatively quickly to the neighbouring countries: Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo. This is possible thanks to the A1 and A 2 motorways, which are part of the TEN-T network. A2 is part of the Albania-North corridor, which is connected with […]