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The Finnish shipping company has extended its long-term maintenance agreement with Wärtsilä, covering Eckerö's fleet of five vessels.
Two LHM 800 container configuration mobile harbour cranes have set off from Liebherr's factor in the Port of Rostock onto a 13,000 km journey to the Uruguayan Port of Montevideo.
The heads of the Latvian Railways and China Railway have signed a letter of intent foreseeing the set-up of a regular train service between Latvia and China.
Grimaldi, the owner of Finnlines, has taken out the ro-pax Finneagle from the route in question, and deployed it across Grimaldi Lines' Barcelona-Tangier service.
On July 10th, the first load of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) arrived at the Gasum's subsidiary Skangas LNG terminal in Pori, the first gas import terminal in Finland to be completed in August.
Ostuferhafen's handling and distribution centre of forest products has gone into operations and is now part of logistic chains of Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget (SCA) and Iggesund Paperboard.