|12 February 2009|
|13:34||TallinnTallinn Recovers Volumes |
|15 December 2008|
|12:36||cargo handlingTallinn Down|
|27 November 2008|
|19:06||projectsTerminal Expansion Project Suspended|
|11 November 2008|
|17:42||cargo handlingPort of Tallinn: 10 Months Results|
|14 October 2008|
|13:00||TallinnTallinn in January-September 2008|
|26 September 2008|
|16:14||cargo handlingTallinn Decreased Cargo Handling|
|4 June 2008|
|14:34||cargo handlingTallinn Reduced Handling |
|16 May 2008|
|12:21||cargo handlingCargo Turnover of Tallinn in January-April 2008|
|25 April 2008|
|13:11||TallinnRoyal Vopak and N-trans Have Established Joint Venture |
|9 April 2008|
|18:36||throughputCargo Turnover in Tallinn port|
|12 February 2008|
|18:21||cargo handlingPort of Tallinn: Cargo Turnover in 2007|
|21 January 2008|
|16:59||GdanskNingbo Signed New Agreement with European Port|
|14 January 2008|
|16:35||TerminalTallinn to Build Terminal|
|27 September 2007|
|13:33||HamburgPeterburg Takes the Lead|
|19 September 2007|
|15:02||container throuhgputContainer Turnover of Baltic States’ Ports in January-August 2007|
|13 September 2007|
|17:03||throughputTallinn Reduced Cargo Turnover|
|11 July 2007|
|14:00||Port SaidPort of Tallinn: Crude Oil Handling Down|
By the 6 months result turnover of the Tallinn port increased by 4.9% and totaled 21 729.1 thousand tons.
|27 June 2007|
|09:57||seaOil Terminal to Be Replaced by Business Center|
The territory of AS Milstrand' terminal in Miiduranna, situated in Viimsi Penninsula near Tallinn will be rebuilt in a business center, and ferries and yachts but not tankers will call at the port, reports DELFI.
To be more exact, according to Postimees, N-Terminaal plans to replace its transit business and to build the business center of 18 hectares' area there.
It is expected that the plans will have been realized by the year of 2011.
|7 June 2007|
|10:15||seaBLRT Group Expands by Purchasing Shipyard in Finland|
The BLRT Group, one of the largest industrial enterprises in the Baltic states, concluded a contract of purchase for the Finnish ship repair company Turku Repair Yard Ltd., which owns the largest dry dock in the Baltic Sea region.
This factory, founded in Finland in 1989, has the facilities for repairing any vessel navigating the Baltic Sea.
|3 May 2007|
|10:28||seaRussian Railways to Change Cargo Supplying Schedule|
Russian Railways changed the schedule of cargo supplying to the states of the Baltic region, reports Vedomosti.
According to the representatives of the company, on May, 1 of the current year Russian Railways changed the schedule of cargo supplying, oil supplying in particular, due to the reconstruction of the section of Oktyaborskaya railway.