At the NoMad Bar in New York an authentic Bloody Mary is mixed using ABSOLUT VODKA from Sweden.
On June 2, the Swedish Minister for Infrastructure Thomas Eneroth presented key elements of the government’s strategic infrastructure plan and budget related to the deepening of the fairways at the Port...
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Demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a marine fuel is on the increase at the Port of Gothenburg, and it has now been announced that the availability of LNG and the range of bunkering options will be even greater in the future. Swedegas, which is currently constructing a permanent LNG facility at the Port of Gothenburg Energy Port, has entered into an agreement with a gas supplier for the facility, which will to become operational in August.Read more
Container volumes rose by three per cent during the first quarter of the year, up from 184,000 to 188,000 TEU. The number of cars shipped rose by 20 per cent, whilst intra-European ro-ro units and energy...Read more
The Gothenburg Port Authority Sustainability Report for 2017 – Sustainable Port – has now been published. Despite the labour disputes that have led to a fall in container volumes and affected the number...Read more
Over a hundred years ago, the first Swedish American line vessel set sail from Gothenburg. It was from here that the large ocean-going steamers departed for New York between 1915 and the mid-1970s. The historic Stigbergskajen is now being brought back to life, with ultramodern facilities and a name reminiscent of a bygone era – the America Cruise Terminal.Read more
Ro-ro operations at the Port of Gothenburg are looking bright, with sustained growth three years in succession. There has been an increase of 10 per cent over the past year alone, with the number of units...Read more
Sweden is a role model for the global shipping community, and other countries have a great deal to learn from the work being done by the Swedish shipping industry to reduce emissions. This is one of the findings in a new report – Decarbonising Maritime Transport: The Case of Sweden – where efforts aimed at bringing about a greener shipping sector in Sweden are described as a “success story”.Read more
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