|17 April 2007|
|09:17||seaX International Conference "TransBaltica2007"|
It is now the 10th annual international conference TransBaltica 2007, one of the most significant events in logistics in the Baltic States, to be held on June 15 in Riga, Latvia.
This year discussions will focus on development trends and perspectives of the international market of transport and transit services, forecasts for the Baltic transit and transport infrastructure project development within the united Europe, development of permanent and mutually advantageous relationships with the CIS and European countries.
The conference is supported by The Ministry of Transport of Latvia, Latvian Transit Business Association and Latvian Association of Logistics and Custom Brokers.
|2 July 2004|
|16:27||seaInfrastructure of multimodal transportation development: logistic centers|
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen!
First of all let me thank the conference organizers for this opportunity to speak to you of a burning question of the current state and perspectives of the intermodal container transportation.
Any developed state's transport infrastructure is unthinkable without intermodal transportation.
|6 October 2003|
|12:55||seaBaltic Maritime and Trade Summit|
Day 1 - Programme
Alan Perry, Zelus
Chairman's Opening Remarks
Alec Crawford, Former Chairman, K Line Europe and Maritime Consultant
Ainars Slesers, Deputy Prime Minister
Statement from Transport Minister
Roberts Zile, Minister of Transport for Latvia
Welcome to Riga
Gundars Bojars, Mayor of Riga
Prospects for the Freeport of Riga and Latvian Trade
.Leonids Loginovs, Chief Executive Officer, Freeport of Riga Authority
Marin Hili, Chairman, Baltic Container Terminal, Riga
Global container trade prospects and the implications for the Baltic region on a short, medium and long-term basis.
Andy Penfold, Director - Ocean Shipping Consultants
CARRIER OPERATIONS & ANALYSIS - deep sea
A leading deep sea operator provides an assessment of the importance of the Baltic region, identifies its preferred strategy for serving the region and comments on the merits and demerits of alternative strategies
Mediterranean Shipping Company, speaker to be advised
Short-Sea and Feeder
Will the Baltic always play second fiddle to the mega hubs in northern Europe, what potential is there for a major hub in the Baltic and direct calls here or elsewhere, and what is the preferred feedering method?
Niels Harnack, Managing Director, Team Lines
Short-Sea Understanding the Business The Baltic-North Europe Link
Europe’s leading port, the Port of Rotterdam, puts a lot of effort into understanding the short-sea business and preparing for the challenges that lie ahead.
|1 July 2003|
|15:28||containerBaltic Maritime and Trade Summit|
Baltic Maritime and Trade Summit, Port Authority Building, Riga, Latvia, November 3-5, 2003
The secrets of the Baltic revealed
The Baltic Maritime and Trade Summit has been re-scheduled for the beginning of November and is now to be opened by the Deputy Prime Minister of Latvia, Ainars Slesers with a supporting policy statement from the Latvian Minister of Transport, Roberts Zile.
|17 January 2003|
|11:00||containerBaltic Maritime and Trade Summit - Riga, Latvia, May 13-14, 2003|
What's the fastest route into and out of Moscow for containerised cargo? What's the future for rail transport in the Baltic, Eastern Europe and Russia? How are shipping lines operating in the Baltic deciding on ports of call? How does the political climate in the Baltic States and Russia influence future trading patterns?
You can find out the answers at the first international Baltic Maritime and Trade Summit to be held in Riga this May, 13-14.
|20 May 2002|
The 7th international conference TransBaltica 2002 is held June 14-15 in Riga.
|29 May 2001|
|11:00||Port SaidProgramme of "TransBaltica 2001" Conference|
1st day June 7
9.00 – 10.00 Registration
10.00 - 11.30 Plenary session
11.30 - 12.00 Coffee break
12.00 - 13.45 Plenary session continued
13.45 - 15.00 Lunch
15.00 – 18.30 1st workshop
The perfection of the transportation structure.