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Thursday, 02.07.2015, 12:49
Following investor feedback, the authorities responsible for the Marvele Inland Cargo Port Public Private Partnership (PPP) in Lithuania have announced that they will be adding more guarantees to private investors in the project, reported BC chief project manager for PPP Irmantas Butkauskas.
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Estonian state-owned port operator AS Tallinna Sadam (Port of Tallinn) Council approved on Tuesday the construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering terminal in the Muuga port, the company announced LETA.
In January-May 2015, the overall cargo handling in the Baltic Eastern Coast Seaports totalled 155 316,1 thou. tn; the year-on-year change is -0.1% or -207,1 thou. tn, reports BC Klaipeda port’s press service.
Tallinn-Stockholm shipping line had an anniversary on June 17th 2015 – on the same date 25 years ago in 1990 with the first trip of the ferry Nord Estonia the regular ferry connection between Estonia and Sweden was re-established after a pause of 50 years, reported BC the port’s press service.
LLC LatRosTrans, a daughter company of JSC Ventspils nafta, this year has ascended to the silver category in the Sustainability Index and has received a “Sustainability Champion” award, having demonstrated the fastest growth, taking into account all the criteria of the index, reported communications consultant of JSC Ventspils nafta Elina Dobulane.
In order to develop the Marvele Cargo Wharf in Kaunas and cargo transportation in Nemunas, the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Lithuania together with the State Enterprise Lithuanian Inland Waterways Authority and Public Institution Invest Lithuania (Investuok Lietuvoje) organised a public consultation to the parties interested in this project, reported BC the Ministry of Transport and Communications.
The ports of the Estonian state-owned port operator Tallinna Sadam (Port of Tallinn) serviced in May 2.05 million tonnes of cargo and 892,892 passengers, the company announced, cites LETA.