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More than 250 participants had the opportunity to nurture and deepen the good relationship between Hamburg and St Petersburg at the Port Evening staged by Port of Hamburg in St Petersburg. Since 1957 Hamburg and St Petersburg have developed strong economic, cultural, social and scientific contacts. The ports of both cities have had good business contacts for many decades. Now, with the politically tense situation Hamburg and St Petersburg are still maintaining their dialogue and close business cooperation.

In Rostock-Warnemünde today, Minister-President Manuela Schwesig, the Lord Mayor of the Hanseatic and University City of Rostock, Roland Methling, the president of AIDA Cruises Felix Eichhorn and the managing director of ROSTOCK PORT Jens A. Scharner signed a declaration of intent on the joint promotion of environmentally friendly and sustainable cruise shipping at the Rostock location. The central point of the agreement is the building of a shore power installation in Rostock-Warnemünde until the year 2020.

With the global container shipping market currently estimated to be worth $4 trillion and representing almost two thirds the value of total global trade, there have been a number of significant changes over the last few years. In an industry of constant movement, both literally and figuratively, trends are pointing towards a more balanced market between supply and demand within the container segment. The coming year is forecast to see steady overall market growth, the implementation of technological benefits to increase transparency and profitability, the introduction of new tariffs, and further carrier consolidation.

U.S. President Donald Trump has directed the United States Trade Representative (USTR) to proceed with placing additional tariffs on roughly $200 billion of imports from China. The tariffs will take effect on September 24, 2018, and be set at a level of 10 percent until the end of the year. On January 1, the tariffs will rise to 25 percent.

Old grain store demolition work begins

In preparation for the response to Hurricane Florence, which made landfall in North Carolina Friday morning as a Category 1 storm, the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard have pre-staged rescue assets within reach of areas that are likely to face the brunt of the damage.In preparation for the response to Hurricane Florence, which made landfall in North Carolina Friday morning as a Category 1 storm, the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard have pre-staged rescue assets within reach of areas that are likely to face the brunt of the damage.

Fast-growing European logistics operator GBA Services is backing its business confidence with a spend of over £4 million on its largest-ever vehicle purchase - driven by continuing growth in demand and a significant new entry into FMCG store delivery work.

In his final state of the union speech Wednesday, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker announced a plan to bolster the European Border and Coast Guard Service with a standing force of 10,000 personnel within two years. The proposal is seen as a response to the heated intra-European debate over migration, including the Italian government's decision to ban maritime migrants from Sicilian ports.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that the Airline Industry Retailing Symposium (AIRS), formerly part of the World Passenger Symposium (WPS), will focus on how changes in distribution and payment are paving the way for a new era of airline retailing.

We are pleased to send you herewith the latest quarterly Cargo Market Analysis.

 

City welcomes maiden visit by P&O Cruises “Aurora”

 

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Last week JŪRA MOPE SEA international business magazine participated at ‘Hafenhinterland. Solutions for the Future Port Hinterland Traffic in Central Germany’ conference, organised by the Ministry of Transport and Regional Development of the state of Saxony-Anhalt.

 

 

In the first quarter of 2018, Latvia recorded the strongest real growth among European states. The seasonally adjusted rise of 5.1 percent has attracted positive interest. The reason for the good economic situation is strong domestic demand, driven by EU funded major projects, and greatly consuming private households. Goods flows in the Baltic States move not least of all via the Ports of Lübeck and Hamburg. Just how closely the German economy is linked to this Baltic state was showcased at an event in Liepaja, Latvia initiated by Port of Hamburg Marketing jointly with the Ports of Lübeck and Liepaja, as well as Stena Line.

 

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