2020 June 23
ONE 'caught on the hop' when Hapag-Lloyd ended Baltic feeder cooperation
Hapag-Lloyd has chosen to partner with Unifeeder for its Scandinavia and Baltic coverage between Hamburg and ports in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Poland, Finland, Estonia and Russia
2020 June 19
Marine equipment suppliers: Corona crisis speeds up reorientation
Maritime equipment suppliers in Germany are satisfied with their performance in the 2019 financial year and, despite all short-term imponderables
‘Russian economy hit twice by covid and decreasing oil prices’
The recovery of the economy in Russia depends not only on the covid situation inside Russia, but also on the resiliency of the global economy and the oil prices
2020 June 16
Nord Stream 2 seeks updated permit to complete pipeline in Danish waters
The Nord Stream 2 has requested a permit allowing it to use pipe-laying vessels with anchors to complete the final roughly 120-kilometre stretch of pipeline in Danish waters...
2020 June 15
Sweet peppers shipped rather than flown to US as a ‘Covid alternative’
Companies and agencies in the port are thinking about how to adapt work processes so they remain practicable
2020 June 9
Russian LNG-fueled Aframax tanker ready for sea trials
Zvezda’s portfolio already has 12 orders for vessels of such type
DSME scores Novatek LNG order
South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering has won an order to build liquefied natural gas barges for Russian LNG producer Novatek
2020 June 4
Russia's rail link to port of Murmansk severed by bridge collapse
Russian Railways has halted passenger and cargo rail transport between the northern port of Murmansk and the rest of Russia...
Russian barque Sedov may alter its global voyage route over pandemic
The sail ships’ routes at the previous stages had to be adjusted over the coronavirus while some events were held online due to the pandemic...
2020 June 3
Unique Arctic Journey for Russian LNG Carrier
Novatek said that the 2,563 nautical miles long journey across the NSR to the Bering Strait took 12 days...
South Korea is containing the pandemic but struggling with economic consequences
The global pandemic is affecting the South Korean economy, especially the export-oriented industries, which continue to struggle due to low demand from abroad
2020 May 29
Regular fish transportation by Northern Sea Route: incentives and conditions
Incentives for ice-breaking services, guaranteed freight on return voyages and consolidation of the cargo flow will result in regular fish supplies from the Far East to European Russia by the Northern Sea Route...
6 августа 2020
Водный транспорт России, похоже, не очень хорошо себя чувствует на рыночных волнах. Элементы госплана предлагается ввести как в сфере судоходства, так и судостроения. Некоторые инициативы выглядят оправданными, другие же – достаточно сомнительными.
Назад в будущее: водный транспорт России – от рынка к Госплану? (добавлен комментарий А. Рахманова)