As many as 52% of British citizens decided to leave, so Europe in general, and the Baltic Sea region in particular, has to face yet another cha(lle)nge, as the UK has been an important trading partner for them.
Read in the article: Facing an uncertain future in BTJ 4/2016
Hard fact-based figures on European shipyards went down in 2015 again. However, the industry did not reach the bottom of an empty reservoir, it rather slid into a valley where other climbing paths await.
Read in Focus: European shipyards' performance in 2015 in BTJ 4/2016
Read in the Report: Baltic container market in BTJ 4/2016
Read more in the article: The emergence of truck platooning in BTJ 3/2016
The operator sailing between Tallinn, Helsinki, Stockholm and St. Petersburg is going to sell its vessels to the Italian cruise company Moby Lines.
The operator decided to stop at First Container Terminal in St. Petersburg instead of Neva-Metall Terminal.
On the 16th of September in the Ports of Stockholm new facility construction in Norvik started.
According to the contract signed by the Polish shipyard and Bouygues Travaux Publics, CRIST will manufacture NB56 - a specialized building dock - in nine months, starting from October 5th, 2016.
Stena Line has decided to introduce additional departure on Saturdays from Gdynia in the morning and Karlskrona in the evening since the 10th of September.
The Skangas' Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facility in Pori began commercial operations on September 12th.