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In recent years there have been a great deal of challenges for those within the European ferry and freight industry, largely due to the 2008 crash, the sluggish growth in the EU area, the EU sanctions towards Russia and the Helsinkiintroduction of the new Sulphur Directive inside SECA area

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From its prime position among the Faroe Islands, located northwest of Scotland and halfway between Iceland and Norway, the Port of Tórshavn (Tórshavnar havn) represents a vital hub to the island’s inhabitants as well as to various industry players within the region

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Founded in response to Finland’s industrialisation to export goods to the global market, the Port of Hanko has a history that dates back to 1873. Situated in the south of Finland, ice-free Hanko is the most southerly of all ports in the country and with external pressures rising on the

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Tightly connected to the City of Constantza, the Port of Constantza’s history can be traced as far back as the 6th Century, when it operated as an emporium for Greek merchants and locals. Today known as the Eastern gate of Europe thanks to its location on the very Eastern part

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As the name would suggest, International Car Operators or ICO Terminals, is a world leading cargo handling specialist with a core focus on the car industry and roll-on roll-off (ro-ro) cargo

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As one of Denmark’s oldest ports, Køge Havn has existed for almost 1000 years, expanding towards the sea from its beginnings on the banks of a small river

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Strengthened by having over a century of sailing experience, from Baltic and North European ports, Bore brings a great deal of experience in shipping and chartering to the market

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