Following the installation of protection screens, coal dust suppression equipment, and air & water quality monitoring systems, the Ust-Luga Container Terminal (ULCT) has started taking care of coal shipments.
Effective from 1 January, trains on the Duisburg-Gądki/Pruszków route stop at the CLIP Intermodal Container Terminal in Swarzędz instead of Gądki and at PKP Cargo Connect's facility in Warsaw-Praga in place of Pruszków.
Kombiverkehr will as of 11 January reinstall a regular rail connection between the port's Norwegenkai and Hamburg's Billwerder, while at the same Color Line will open a completely new ro-ro route to Oslo.
Year 2018 is drawing to its conclusion. The past months, alike life itself, were full of ups and downs. It was a real Dickens of a job putting all the issues of the Baltic Transport Journal and the Harbours Review together - dozens of articles and hundreds of news items and Market SMSes, not to mention all the add-ons, such as our maps or the Baltic Yearbook.