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Gdynia eyes EU money for a new terminal

The Port of Gdynia is seeking co-financing for its plans to build a brand-new approx. €29.5m worth intermodal terminal.

Finnlines renames Nordlink

From end-January, the ro-pax will bear the name of Finnswan.

Green Cargo starts using XXXL containers

The Swedish rail freight haulier has introduced a new type of oversized containers in order to handle the same load of woodchips, but with the use of fewer trains.

New shed in Kiel

The port has commissioned its newest warehouse, 5.0k m2 of ground area, for storing timber and forest products originating from Russia.

DB E&C to forge a plan for Rail Baltica

RB Rail, a company responsible for developing the Baltics-wide standard gauge railway, has chosen DB Engineering & Consulting to iron out a long-term business plan and strategy for the project.

SOL looks into launching an inland waterway container service

The Swedish shipping company is investigating the potential of putting in place a service that links Gothenburg and Lake Vänern with the use of a container ship.


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BTJ 6/2017

We are very pleased to announce that the 6/2017 issue is ready and - as always - packed with various topics and articles.

BTJ 6/17 - Report: Environment

Nitrogen in itself is not harmful to human health.

BTJ 6/17 - Focus: Scenarios for the future of transport

It appears that data streams have become the new oil, thus making it possible to completely refurbish the economy.

BTJ 6/17 - An eye kept on shipping. Interview with IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim

The world of shipping is constantly undergoing changes, being shaped by the interacting forces of market dynamics and regulatory pressures.

BTJ 6/17 - A long road (worth travelling). How e-procurement is driving the evolution of digitalisation in shipping

At a recent event for container lines, delegates were told by a pre-eminent container company and a specialist consultancy that... 

BTJ 6/17 - Change the Channel. Taking advantage of Artificial Intelligence to improve port operations

It appears that data streams have become the new oil, thus making it possible to completely refurbish the economy.

BTJ 6/17 - Sink or swim. A quest for a sustainable marine economy

Oceans all across the world have always been a potent source of food.

BTJ 6/17 - Adapt or else. How ports can mitigate climate change risks

The increasing temperature of the atmosphere causes the temperature of the sea to grow. As a consequence, sea levels are rising. 

BTJ 6/17 - All aboard the AI train - or not? Are businesses ready to integrate Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no longer a concept reserved for science fiction. 


Multi-environmental vehicle

Our readers know that we are very keen on "intermodal" vehicles, especially when they use air to travel and water to rest. 

Multipurpose postcard

We often recollect old ideas that should be refreshed because of their educational or marketing values.

Freight & pax horse tram

At the beginning of the 20th century, workers started to set up a sanatorium in the Polish locality of Rudka.

The forgotten sister

Ship lovers from Denmark, Russia and especially Poland know the history of the passenger vessels Kursk, Tsar and Tsaritsa, built during 1910-1915 for the Russian American Line, a Russian-Danish company.

When yachts used to fly

This pleasure boat (photo taken in the 1960s on the river Vltava) has been converted from the British made Saunders-Roe A.19 Cloud, which was the only flying boat in the history of Czechoslovak aviation.


Baltic Ports Organization


Digital Ship Maritime Cyber Resilience Forum

Digital Ship Maritime Cyber Resilience Forum

15 February 2018  NL/Rotterdam

Logistics CIO Forum EU

Logistics CIO Forum EU

6-7 March 2018  NL/Amsterdam

Transport Week 2018

Transport Week 2018

6-8 March 2018 • PL/Gdańsk



17-19 April 2018 • NL/Amsterdam



19-20 April 2018 • PL/Sopot

4th CWC LNG Fuels Summit

4th CWC LNG Fuels Summit

22-24 May 2018 • NL/Amsterdam 

Breakbulk Europe 2018

Breakbulk Europe 2018

29-31 May 2018 • DE/Bremen

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