Eurolink Partners will sponsor an event organized by Lithuanian Radio Amateur Association.
The national association of radio amateurs organizes radio amateur festivals every year, and this year is no exception. This year event will be held in Kedainiai district from 27 July till 29 of July. Eurolink will be helping the organization financially thus promoting its activity.
For more information please visit www.lrmd.lt
On 26 January 2010 Director for Infrastructure Vidmantas Paukštė attended a meeting regarding possibility to transport NATO transit cargo via Klaipėda Seaport that took place in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania. New NATO agreements with transit countries which create a possibility to transport non-military cargo by railways via “Northern supply line“ (LOC) through Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan to Afghanistan came into force at the beginning of this year. Meeting of NATO logistics specialists will take place on 2 February of this year; at the meeting NATO and partner states will inform about their intentions to use Northern LOC. Considering these intentions, it is relevant to make a commercial proposal from Lithuania to potential transit countries, by preparing and publishing a presentation on transit possibilities via Klaipėda Seaport and Lithuanian railways. To that effect, on 26 January 2010 a meeting regarding possibility to transport the NATO transit cargo via Klaipėda Seaport was held in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania.
Filipino-owned International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) is looking to equip its newly acquired, 60 hectare Baltic Container Terminal (BCT) operation in Gdynia with five more ship-toshore cranes, 17 RTGs, 44 tractors and 54 trailers. ICTSI has earmarked roughly US$60 mill for the additional cargo handling gear or 80 percent of total longterm expansion costs. It is not yet clear when the initial orders would be placed, although a company spokeswoman in Manila said the units would be deployed starting in 2004 to bolster BCT’s existing pool of four Panamax quay cranes, 11 RTGs, 20 tractors, two straddle carriers and two RMGs. Although the aim is to raise capacity to 800,000 TEU/year from the current 350,000-400,000 TEU/year, ICTSI Ltd’s SVP and BCT’s CEO Thomas E Falknor said it was possible to go beyond this “as the terminal is land-rich and operations could be adjusted to make more effective use of satellite land areas.”
Eurolink Partners Management will be making an apperance at this years:
DISTRIBUTION, LOGISTIK & MATERIALHANTERING Öresund
in Malmö Arena, Malmö
Our philosophy is not to sit on the sidelines, we will be there in full force, making contacts and keeping up to date to further our toolset.
If you or your company would like to prearrange a meeting with one of our representatives, please do not hesitate to contact ether of our offices.