12/18/2014

New forest terminal at the Port of Gothenburg

More sawmills throughout the Nordic region can now ship their timber via the Port of Gothenburg. A new transloading terminal for timber products has opened at the port. The terminal will be run by the family-owned company Sören Thyr AB.

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10/17/2013

EU supports Rotterdam-Gothenburg LNG initiative

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European Commission grants 34 million euro for the development of a small-scale LNG chain in Rotterdam and Gothenburg, accommodating LNG supply for cleaner maritime transport

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09/26/2013

Logistics Professor: increased volumes can be expected within two years

The global economy seems to be regaining its footing. Thomas J. Goldsby, Professor of Logistics at Ohio State University, expects a resurgence in confidence that will bring us back to pre-crisis levels of trade within the next two years.

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10/11/2013

Railport Scandinavia website facilitates climate-smart transport

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Railport Scandinavia, the Port of Gothenburg's award-winning rail transport system, now has its own website. The website presents all the terminals in the system and by using the search function on the homepage, the visitor can search for a terminal based on geographical location or the required terminal s...

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09/25/2013

Logent takes over multimodal terminal at the Port of Gothenburg

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The Swedish logistics company Logent is continuing to develop its operations at the Port of Gothenburg. Logent has been operating the car terminal since 2011 and from November 1 it will take over the running of the Arken multimodal terminal.

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09/26/2013

Major safety investment at the Port of Gothenburg

APM Terminals Gothenburg, which operates the container terminal at the Port of Gothenburg, is investing SEK 8 million to improve safety. The money will be used for better signage, development of traffic information and inducing more people to wear warning clothes.

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09/20/2013

Brighter times await Swedish exports

TRENDS

Swedish exports of goods fell by 4.6 per cent during the first half of this year. The underlying reasons are the strong Swedish krona and weak economic growth on our largest export markets. "But there is some light on the horizon.

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09/26/2013

Swedish Minister for Trade: Free trade agreements stimulate the world economy

When the Swedish Minister for Trade Ewa Björling visited the Port of Gothenburg in September she applauded the recently signed free trade agreement between the EU and South Korea.

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09/20/2013

Swedish SWET opens doors to new markets

NEWS FEATURES

SCA, Gustavsberg and OneMed are three Swedish companies that have begun doing business with Iraq. With assistance from the Swedish Business & Trade Center, SWET, these companies have been able to establish operations in what was formerly a country of conflict and turmoil. "Sweden is a strong brand in the M...

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