Stockholm slashes ferry fees

Ports of Stockholm has halved fees for ferries at all three of its ports to keep freight flowing to and from neighbouring countries. By taking this action the company hopes to help maintain as many sailings as possible, over the shorter and longer term. The new tariffs will apply for one month, from 17 March. Viking Line said meanwhile that it was continuing service on its most important routesincluding freight traffic ... [+]

Nordic ports get together to go green

A group of ten Nordic ports have signed a declaration to cooperate and exchange information and share approaches to the environment and climate in line with the UN's Global Sustainability Goals enshrined in the Paris Agreement. Gothenburg, Stockholm, Helsingborg, Malmö/Copenhagen, Aarhus, Esbjerg, Oslo, Helsinki, Torshavn and Faxaports (Iceland) will confer on issues such as energy ... [+]

More space for Schenker in Stockholm

DB Schenker is expanding its location at Arlandastad, near Stockholm, from 32,000sq m to 63,000 sq m of hall space. The facility which was opened in 2009 had already been expanded by 7,000 square meters in 2011. The new space – only 200m from the existing area – is due ... [+]

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