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Infrastructure project means great loss for port fleet

While infrastructure projects around the world are meant to improve cargo flow, the case isn’t the same for one unlucky port in Ukraine. The Mariupol port reported losing an incredible 33% of its fleet and around 100,000 tonnes of metal products (per month) due to the recent construction of a… bridge. The bridge across the […]

Poland logistics at an all-time high

Poland ended 2018 with a considerable amount of industrial and warehouse stock, reaching a record-high. The total area destined for industrial and business applications was estimated at 15.79 million sqm in Poland, by the end of 2018, with 2.22 million delivered last year alone, down by 6% compared to 2017. The most active area in 2018 […]

Port of Hamburg cooperates with Latvian ports

Authorities at the Port of Hamburg have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Latvian Ministry of Transport, for better cooperation. This recent agreement between the two countries will be able to offer improved trade between the famous Port of Hamburg (in Germany) and Latvia’s ports of Riga, Ventspils and Liepāja. In the Memorandum, the […]

Belarus builds logistics center on Lithuanian border

An important logistics operator from Belarus recently inaugurated a new transport and logistic center on the country’s border with Lithuania. The country’s largest logistics operator, Beltamozhservice is responsible for this latest achievement, giving vehicles and services better access to Belarus and Lithuania when traveling through the Kamenny Log border checkpoint. The new center is located […]

New BSH factory in Poland to be built to record size

An industrial real estate leader, Panattoni Europe, has agreed to build a giant factory for BSH, in the Polish city of Łódź. As a group specialized in making home appliances, BSH Sprzęt Gospodarstwa Domowego will focus its energy on the new factory, dedicated to the Industry 4.0 technological standards, where its employees will be making […]