Truck haulage

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 16.07.2019, 23:52

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Competition Council allows Stena Line Scandinavia to to acquire decisive influence in Baltreiss

Competition Council allows Stena Line Scandinavia to to acquire decisive influence in Baltreiss

26.06.2019

The Competition Council has allowed Stena Line Scandinavia, Swedish passenger and cargo ferry operator, to acquire a decisive influence in Latvia’s Baltreiss who deals with land cargo transportation, the Competition Council’s representative Paula Vilsone said LETA/BNS,

Keyword tags: Cargo, EU – CIS, Latvia, Transport, Truck haulage



Latvia: Trucking company Kreiss turnover increases 0.5% in 2018

Latvia: Trucking company Kreiss turnover increases 0.5% in 2018

07.06.2019

Trucking company Kreiss posted EUR 174.149 mln in turnover last year, which is 0.5 % more than in 2017, and EUR 1.581 mln in losses - compared to a profit in 2017, according to Firmas.lv, writes LETA.

Lithuanian transmin calls on Europe to open up its haulage market

Lithuanian transmin calls on Europe to open up its haulage market

22.05.2019

Lithuanian Minister of Transport Rokas Masiulis is calling on Europe to open up its road haulage market and eliminate restrictions and territorial reservations, reported LETA/BNS.


Lithuanian haulers mull relocating to Poland to be closer to Western Europen markets

Lithuanian haulers mull relocating to Poland to be closer to Western Europen markets

02.05.2019

In fear of new EU restrictions, Lithuanian haulage companies threaten to relocate their businesses to Poland or other countries to be closer to their key markets in Western Europe, informed LETA/BNS.

Long-standing president of Latvijas Auto road carriers association removed from office

Long-standing president of Latvijas Auto road carriers association removed from office

25.03.2019

The council of Latvijas Auto road carriers association has recalled the association's long-standing president Valdis Trezins and executive director Aivars Buls, LETA was told at the association.


22.03.2019

New rules for hauliers could curb Lithuania’s exports

European Union (EU) institutions are finalising the Mobility Package – a set of initiatives concerning the governance of commercial road transport in the European Union that would make traffic safer, ensure proper social conditions for workers, support fair competition, increase efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions, air pollution and congestion. However, without any prior preparation, in the long run the new rules might cause financial problems for the currently booming Lithuania’s transportation sector, which generates more than a tenth of the country’s GDP.

13.03.2019

Lithuanian haulers will be able to make use of Brexit, body rep says

Britain's EU withdrawal without any deal would be an undoubtedly negative thing for Lithuanian economy but the country's haulers would be able to adapt and make use of new opportunities provided by a hard Brexit, Tomas Garuolis, transport policy secretary at the Lithuanian National Road Carriers Association LINAVA, says.

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