|2 October 2008|
|18:23||Moby DickMoby Dick Increases Turnover|
|17 June 2008|
|19:36||Container terminalMoby Dick Posts Results|
|3 April 2008|
|11:01||Saint-PetersburgAppointments at Moby Dick |
|18 December 2007|
|16:17||Saint-PetersburgContainer Turnover of Big Port of Saint-Petersburg in January-November 2007|
|16 July 2007|
|17:27||seaMoby Dick Grew|
During the 6 months of the current year Moby Dick handled 821.3 thousand tons of cargo.
|5 July 2007|
|08:36||seaMain Russian Container Industry Event of the Year|
On 22-23 November 2007 St.Petersburg is to host the International Conference "FREIGHT-2007: Container Transportation in Russia and Neighbouring States".
|5 June 2007|
|09:38||containerRosstroy to Invest 33.5 bn in Dam|
During the next 2 years Rosstroy will invest 33.5 bn rubles in the building of the dam, including 19.8 bn rubles this year and 13.7 bn rubles next year.
|31 May 2007|
|09:05||containerLegal Proceedings to Begin on June, 27|
On May 30 the arbitration tribunal of Sain-Petersburg and the Leningrad region began the adjudication of the State Property Control Committee's claim towards to the company Moby Dick concerning the territory of the third stage of its container terminal.
According to Vedomosti, legal proceedings will begin on June, 27.
|22 May 2007|
|11:52||containerMoby Dick Built Its Road|
On May, 21 the authorities of Saint-Petersburg approved the makeshift road which was built by the company Moby Dick from Kronshtadskoe Highway to its terminal.
The road of 800 meters long was built last week and it took 2 days.
|15 May 2007|
|13:49||seaMoby Dick in January-April 2007|
Compared to January-April 2006 Moby Dick increased cargo handling by 48% - up to 527.2 thousand tons, including 457 thousand tons of containerized cargo (+48%), refriged cargo - 70.2 thousand tons (+51%).
Stevedore's container turnover totaled 59 640 TEU.
|2 May 2007|
|12:50||seaContainerships Group Welcomes FESCO Statement|
Finland-based door-to-door short-sea operator Containerships Group has welcomed a public statement by FESCO which clearly states that it is not involved in any attempts to purchase the Containerships Group or the Moby Dick terminal used by Containerships Group in St Petersburg.
Sigurjon Markusson, managing director of Containerships Group says, "We welcome and fully accept the statement by FESCO that they have not been looking at buying our group, and that statements attributed to them in the Russian press were made up by journalists.
|27 April 2007|
|21:48||seaFESCO Has no Plans to Purchase Containerships or Moby Dick|
FESCO officially declared that the group has never had any intentions to purchase either Containership or its container terminal Moby Dick and has never made any announcements to this effect.
The assumptions that FESCO may be interested in the acquisition of the Finnish company or it terminal Moby Dick that appeared in mass media are just the personal surmises of the authors of the publications and they have nothing in common with the plans of FESCO concerning the new assets buying, stressed the representative of FESCO.
"At the press-conference held on April, 23 of the current year the management of FESCO did announce its intention to purchase a terminal on the territory of the EU.
|16:34||seaContainerships Group not For Sale|
Finland-based door-to-door short-sea operator Containerships Group announced that it has no plans to sell the company to FESCO or anyone else.
Sigurjon Markusson, managing director of Containerships Group said, "We have seen statements from FESCO in the Russian press to the effect that they intend to buy Containerships Group.
|16 April 2007|
|19:06||seaContainer Turnover of Big Port of Saint-Petersburg: 3 Months' Result|
During the first 3 months of the current year the container turnover of the Big Port of Saint-Petersburg increased by 22% and totaled 387 822 TEU.
In the first quarter of 2007 the First Container Terminal handled 219 719 TEU, it grew by 14%.
|12 April 2007|
|18:16||seaMoby Dick Haults (photo)|
|6 April 2007|
|12:11||seaTeam Lines Cancels Winter Surcharge for St. Petersburg|
Team Lines has announced withdrawing the winter surcharge for the St.
|11:36||seaTeam Lines Adds Antwerp to Russian Service|
Team Lines has announced that the company will start calling Antwerp, deploying "Beluga Stimulation" on its Hamburg - St.
|15 March 2007|
|13:43||seaMoby Dick to Increase Its Turnover|
During January-February of 2007 Moby Dick, LTD handled 274,7 thousand tons of cargo.
|13 March 2007|
|11:52||seaNational Container Company Re-Starts Shushary Project|
In April 2007 National Container Company (NCC) is going to begin the building of the logistic center in Shushary, reports Vedomosty quoting Vitaly Yuzhilin, a co-owner of the company.
|14 February 2007|
|19:18||seaTurnover of Moby Dick: January Results 2007|
139.4 thousand tons of cargo were handled by Moby Dick, LTD in January of the current year.