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Belarusian cargo owners increasingly choose to ship their cargos through Latvia instead of Lithuania - Latvijas Dzelzcels

Belarusian cargo owners increasingly choose to ship their cargos through Latvia instead of Lithuania - Latvijas Dzelzcels

21.03.2019

More and more Belarusian cargo owners choose to ship their cargo through Latvia instead of Klaipeda in Lithuania, Edvins Berzins, CEO of Latvjas Dzelzcels (LDz, Latvian Railways) national rail company, told LETA, adding that cargos from Belarus grew by 10% last year.

Keyword tags: Belarus, Cargo, Latvia, Logistics, Railways, Transport



Latvian company to build transport and logistics center in Tashkent

Latvian company to build transport and logistics center in Tashkent

19.02.2019

Latvian logistics and transport company SV Gulbis has signed a memorandum with Uzbekistan’s rail company Temir Yollari to establish a joint venture that will build a modern transport and logistics center in Tashkent, Latvian Ambassador to Uzbekistan Mihails Popkovs told LETA.

Rail freight between Belarus and Latvia grows 29.2% last year

Rail freight between Belarus and Latvia grows 29.2% last year

15.02.2019

Last year, the total rail freight between Belarus and Latvia reached 30.1 mln tons, which is by 29.2% more than in 2017, Latvijas Dzelzcels railway company’s spokeswoman Ella Petermane reported.


Rail freight in Latvia up 3.6% in January

Rail freight in Latvia up 3.6% in January

14.02.2019

Freight transportation using the Latvian railway infrastructure amounted to 4.207 mln tons in the first month of this year, up 3.6% from the same period in 2018, the data of the Transport Ministry shows.

Freight carried by rail, via ports increased in Estonia in 2018

Freight carried by rail, via ports increased in Estonia in 2018

06.02.2019

Estonian ports handled 35.9 mln tons of cargoes in 2018, marking a 3% increase compared to the previous year, while freight shipment by rail increased 2% on year to 27.8 mln tons, Statistics Estonia said.


04.02.2019

LGC Cargo gets no permission to carry freight across Lithuania

LGC Cargo, a Lithuanian railway services company that is indirectly linked to former Latvian high-ranking politicians and Russian Railways via its Latvian majority shareholder Baltic Transit Service, plans to file a complaint with the European Commission after failing to obtain permission to carry freight across Lithuania, informed LETA/BNS,

22.01.2019

Freeport of Riga expects number of cruise ship passengers to drop 13% in 2019

The Freeport of Riga plans to receive 65,000 cruise ship passengers this year, which would be a 13% drop from 2018, the port’s representatives informed LETA.

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