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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 18.04.2019, 23:43

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Freight handling by Estonian ports up 11 pct on year in March

Freight handling by Estonian ports up 11 pct on year in March

18.04.2019

Estonian ports handled 3.3 million tons of cargo in March 2019, 11.1 percent more than during the same month last year, Statistics Estonia said.

Keyword tags: Cargo, Estonia, Good for Business, Logistics, Port



Lithuanian Railways to transport Chinese postal items within Lithuania

Lithuanian Railways to transport Chinese postal items within Lithuania

16.04.2019

Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways) will begin to transport Lithuania-bound postal items from China within the country's territory for the first time this year, with the first trial shipment scheduled for May, informed LETA/BNS.

Poland's Laude sets up business in Lithuania's Kaunas

Poland's Laude sets up business in Lithuania's Kaunas

12.04.2019

Polish transport and logistics company Laude is setting up its business in Lithuania's second-largest city of Kaunas and has established a new company, Laude Baltica, informed LETA/BNS.


Belarus interested in increasing transit volumes of oil via LDz infrastructure

Belarus interested in increasing transit volumes of oil via LDz infrastructure

09.04.2019

During a meeting today with Belarus Transport Minister Alexander Avramenko and the president of Latvian Railways (LDz) Edvins Berzins, the minister pointed out that oil processing companies in Belarus are interested in increasing transit volumes of oil and oil products via LDz infrastructure, informed Latvijas dzelzcels.

Riga port raises cargo turnover 1.6% in Q1

Riga port raises cargo turnover 1.6% in Q1

09.04.2019

In the first three months of 2019, the Freeport of Riga handled 8.352 million tons of cargo, which is a 1.6% rise against the same period a year ago, according to information released by the port.


04.04.2019

Lithuanian PM distances himself from LGC Cargo's support statement

Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis has on Thursday categorically distanced himself from the statement by Ainars Slesers, Latvia's former transport minister and now supervisory board chairman of LGC Cargo, earlier in the day that Skvernelis is the only person supporting the company's effort to get permit to transport cargo via Lithuania, informed LETA/BNS.

26.03.2019

Klaipeda port posts 9% growth to 8 mln tons in Jan-Feb cargo traffic

Cargo traffic at the Lithuanian seaport of Klaipeda increased by almost 9% in the first two months of 2019 and by 15 % in February alone, with growth recorded in all cargo groups except oil products and chemical fertilizers, the port's marketing director said LETA/BNS.

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