|31 May 2010|
|16:19||opinionsNOL CEO: Private Infrastructure Investment Needed|
|20 July 2007|
|15:15||logisticsLogistic Operator's Strategy |
Nowadays the primary intent of the control process of supply chains is to reduce expenses and increase income of the companies specialized on goods supplying, said general director of AsstrA Associated Traffic Frank Muller giving a report on the first international conference "FREIGHT-2007: Logistics and Supply Chain.
According to him По его словам, to control a supply chain it is necessary to collect and classify information and all data base of companies.
|29 June 2007|
|11:03||Port SaidIsrailit Answered Vineshtok|
Chairman of the Company Ust-Luga's Board of directors Valery Israilit does not agree to the estimate of the port of Ust-Luga given by Semen Vineshtok, the head of Transneft, last week.
Speaking about an opportunity to direct the line of the Baltic pipeline system-2 from Primorsk to Ust-Luga, the head of Transneft pointed out some difficulties, including silting of the access dust of Ust-Luga, and he said that it would cost too much to look after the channel.
During the press-conference devoted to the annual session of the shareholders of Ust-Luga, the chairman of the Board of directors announced that he seconds the opinion of governor of the Leningrad region Valery Serdjukov concerning the Baltic Pipeline System-2 and Ust-Luga.
|12 April 2007|
|13:20||Port SaidRussia to Build Second Stage of Baltic Pipeline System|
The RF Ministry of Industry and Energy has introduced the project of the second stage of the Baltic pipeline system (BPS-2) to the State Government, reports Kommersant.
According to the representatives of the Ministry, the project realization will provide the growth of Russian export and help to reduced transit risk.
It should be pointed out, that the project of the building the pipeline passing over Belarus appeared in the beginning of this year when Russia put export duty ($ 180 per one ton) on oil supplying to Belarus and Belarus in its turn put a tax for Russian oil transit ($45 per one ton).
|10 April 2007|
|10:24||exportLadoga to Develop USA Market |
The holding company Ladoga is going to supply vodka class premium Czar's Gold to the USA, reports Kommersant.
The company closed the deal after successful test selling of this kind of vodka in California during the year of 2006.
|9 March 2007|
|18:20||seaRussian Railways Agreed to Establish 2 Freight Companies|
On March 9, 2007 the working group of the inter-departmental commission realizing railway reforms will meet in the Ministry of transport.
|16 November 2006|
|10:39||seaFC Legislators to Study Sakhalin-2 Construction |
A twelve-member group of the Federation Council legislators has begun to study how the Sakhalin-2 oil and gas development project is being implemented.
|25 August 2006|
|09:18||opinionsNovoship To Benefit From Transformation Into Sovkomflot Subsidiary |
Novoship will benefit from transformation into Sovkomflot subsidiary, as it will get greater flexibility of the new shareholder compared with the state, on August 24, 2006 President of Novoship Sergey Terekhin said.
|8 August 2006|
|11:11||duesMalaysia Hails Dropping of Malacca Strait "War Risk" Listing |
Malaysia on Tuesday hailed a decision by influential insurers to drop a war-risk rating for the Malacca Strait, and credited increased security efforts in the strategic waterway.
|9 March 2006|
|07:57||Port SaidSetback for DP World |
A powerful committee of the US House of Representatives has voted overwhelmingly to block DP World's bid to takeover six US ports.
|7 November 2005|
|18:50||seaSea Containers Sells Silja|
The board of Sea Containers has decided to entertain offers to buy Silja.
|6 October 2005|
|16:48||opinionsITF Wins 10% Rise|
A new two-year deal for seafarers on flag-of-convenience ships has been agreed at talks in Tokyo with shipowners accepting a 10% rise in crew costs.
|1 September 2005|
|09:18||seaPetrolesport Broke Record|
In August 2005 the container terminal of St.
|26 August 2005|
|09:57||seaPorts of Shanghai and Rotterdam Team Up|
The ports of Shanghai and Rotterdam are to work closely together.
|19 April 2005|
|17:02||seaNew Issue of SeaNews Weekly No 85|
The following information is available in the SeaNews Weekly 85 (05/04/18) analytical bulletin:
Throughput of Tuapse port in Q1 of 2005;
Taganrog ports stevedores post cargo turnover in Q1 of 2005;
Eisk port cargo turnover in January-March 2005;
Throughput of Aktau port in Q1 of 2005.
Rail transport reform: specialists' opinion.
Problems of the Novorossiysk transport hub complex development
Metals turnover in the Russian part of the azov Black Sea basin in Q1 2005
Russian container market: in Q1 of 2005
Container turnover of the Russian part of the Azov and Black Sea region;
Work results of the container lines in Novorossiysk.
|8 October 2004|
|14:15||opinionsFIATA Against ISPS Surcharges|
The International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA) strongly advises its members not to pay the ISPS surcharges as levied by ocean carriers.
|21 June 2004|
|16:52||projectsBelarus to Create New Oil Company|
It is planned to give all the oil supplies to Belarus as well as the home oil products supply market under the jurisdiction of Belarus Oil Company.
|14 April 2004|
|10:15||Russian RailwaysPrices on Ferrous Metallurgic Production to be Matched|
Expert groups to be established in order to match the prices on different types of shipping and deliveries of ferrous metallurgic produce for railway needs, as was agreed during negotiations of top managers of Russian Railways public corporation and the representatives of the largest Russian metallurgic companies.
According to the press department of Russian Railways JSC, during the talks with the representatives of Euras Holding, Severstal' Group, Chusovskiy Metallurgic Works, Oskol Metallurgic Industrial Complex, and Belorezck Metallurgic Industrial Complex, the issues of relationship between tariffs on railway shipping of metallurgic produce and growing prices on it were discussed.
According to the opinion of the corporation's Prime Vice President Hasyan Zyabirov, these agreements with the largest metallurgic companies should help stabilise existing situation when prices on ferrous metallurgic produce grow.
|16 January 2004|
|14:37||seaAgreement on International Transport Corridor "North-South"|
On January 10, 2004, the agreement on international transport corridor "North-South" came into force for Byelorussia.
|16 December 2003|
|12:36||seaTransit at Riga|
The Latvian State Income Service voiced the opinion that the lead time increase of the customs check post construction could result in the excluding the Free Port of Riga from the list of the EU ports handling transit.