Cargo

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 17.12.2018, 04:57

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Liepaja port raises cargo turnover 13.8% in January-November

Liepaja port raises cargo turnover 13.8% in January-November

14.12.2018

The port of Liepaja in southwestern Latvia handled 6.893 mln tons of cargo in the first 11 months of this year, which was a 13.8% increase against the same period a year ago, according to the data released by the Liepaja Special Economic Zone (SEZ).

Keyword tags: Cargo, Good for Business, Latvia, Logistics, Port, Transport



Estonian Railways Jan-Nov freight carriage grows 12% on year

Estonian Railways Jan-Nov freight carriage grows 12% on year

13.12.2018

Freight transported on the infrastructure of the Estonian state-owned railway infrastructure company Estonian Railways during the first 11 months of this year totaled approximately 12.4 mln tons, 12% more than in the same period in 2017, reported LETA/BNS.

Latvian ports handle 5.9% more cargo in January-November

Latvian ports handle 5.9% more cargo in January-November

11.12.2018

Latvian ports handled 60.5 mln tons of cargo in January-November - a 5.9% increase on the same period last year, according to the Transport Ministry's data.


Freight shipping by rail in Latvia up 12.1% in January-November

Freight shipping by rail in Latvia up 12.1% in January-November

11.12.2018

In the first 11 months of this year, freight shipping by rail in Latvia increased by 12.1% year-on-year to 44.824 mln tons, according to the data released by the Transport Ministry.

Estonian Railways Q3 freight carriage grows 5.8% on year

Estonian Railways Q3 freight carriage grows 5.8% on year

06.12.2018

Freight shipment by rail in Estonia amounted to 6.6 mln tons in the third quarter of 2018, 5.8 % more than during the same period in 2017, figures available from Statistics Estonia show LETA/BNS.


04.12.2018

Rapid increase in the timber volume handled by the Port of Riga

This year the Port of Riga has experienced a significant increase of timber cargo, which has become the second largest group of cargo in terms of volume. During the first ten months of this year the port has handled a total of 4.4 mln tonnes of various types of timber cargo, one third more than in the previous year, informed Port of Riga representative.

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