|19 August 2004|
|19:14||seaThe Future of Container Business (FCB) 2004|
The Future of Container Business (FCB) 2004
Eastern Europe and CIS Markets
1st International Container Conference
Novorossiysk 10-12 September 2004
Hotel Nadezhda (Kabardinka)
FCB 2004 will bring together decision-making managers from industry's key companies to network and discuss problems, trends and opportunities for container business development in CIS, Black and Baltic Sea regions.
This year conference will assess the perspectives for regional trade growth and examine the developing liner networks and strategies to serve Black and Baltic Sea.
|8 January 2003|
|11:00||seaExtended UniFeeder service to/from the Baltic|
We take pleasure in informing you that as from week 3 UniFeeder will start an additional
Baltic service by including Riga and Klaipeda in our schedules to/from Hamburg and
|12 February 2002|
|11:00||seaMerchant Marine Dpt Posts Results|
February 12, 2002, the Merchant Marine Department under the RF Transport Ministry met to discuss the department's activities in 2001 and define priorities for the year 2002.
By the preliminary statistics available, the Russian ports handled in 2001 203.6 million tons of cargo, which is 21.3 million tons (+12%) more than in 2000.
|19 October 2001|
|11:00||seaMSC Upgrading Baltic and Scandinavian Feeder Service|
To: Customers and Partners of MSC
Dear Customers and Partners,
It is our pleasure to announce that we, yet again, are expanding our feeder coverage in the Scandinavian and Baltic region.
Because of your great support, we are now able to offer the following enhanced services:
- Expanded coverage to now call 13 ports directly, in the region, which will give a better service to our customers
- Improved connections with our mother vessels in Antwerp and Felixstowe
- As the first Global Line ever, we are including Klaipeda, Lithuania to our direct service
- Improved inter Baltic and Scandinavia network, thus now being able to offer you an enhanced short sea service
The continued strong support from our Customers and Partners, has made this upgrade possible, and for this we express our gratitude and thanks.
|23 August 2001|
|11:00||Port SaidTransRussia - 2002 exhibit space going fast|
The 7th TransRussia Freight Transport and Logistics Exhibition, now one of Europe’s largest annual transport exhibitions, will again be held at the Olympiskij Sport Complex in Moscow, March 25 to 28 - 2002, following unanimous approval from exhibitors and visitors alike who attended TransRussia in its new venue last March.
|21 August 2001|
|11:00||seaRussian and Lithuanian Transport Ministers Meet|
August 17, 2001, Sergey Frank, Transport Minister of the Russian Federation, met in Moscow Zigmantas Balcitis, Transport and Communications Minister of the Lithuanian Republic.
The ministers exchanged views of the state and prospects of Russian-Lithuanian relations in the transport sphere talking into account prior agreements.
One of the central issues in the Russian-Lithuanian transport cooperation is ensuring efficient operations in Klaipeda and the ports of Kaliningrad region in the framework of the so-called 2K Project, the 2 Ks standing for Klaipeda and Kaliningrad.
The working group of the Kaliningrad and Klaipeda port authorities has held two session which defined the spheres of mutual interests and discussed navigation safety, cooperation in rescue operations at sea, ecological and humanitarian projects, and the international 2K Project Managing Committee.
|4 June 2001|
|11:00||Port SaidThe Development Trends of the Baltic Transit to be Defined in Riga|
On June 7-8 the subdivision of the Riga Managers School "RMS-Forum" holds the 6th annual international conference, devoted to the questions of development of transport sector and transit via the Baltic countries – "TransBaltica 2001" (former "Baltic Transit Gateway").
Transit is one of the most burning questions for the Baltic states.
|29 January 2001|
|11:00||seaMaersk Sealand Expands in Central Asia|
Maersk Sealand has expanded in Central Asia with effect from January 2001 by establishing a regional head office in Almaty, Kazakhstan, and a representative office in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.