2020 June 23
16 COVID-19 cases found from Russia-flagged ship in S.Korean port
Sixteen COVID-19 cases were found from a Russia-flagged ship docked in a southeastern port of South Korea...
Russia ships nuclear power equipment for units 3,4 at Kudankulam
Global nuclear power major Russia’s Rosatom on Friday said the ship with equipment for two 1,000 MW atomic power plants coming up in Tamil Nadu has left the Saint Petersburg port for India...
WWO diversifies to mitigate impact of Covid-19 on Russian vehicle imports
The Covid-19 pandemic has hit demand for maritime car carrying services to Russia from Europe by as much as 40%
ONE 'caught on the hop' when Hapag-Lloyd ended Baltic feeder cooperation
Hapag-Lloyd has chosen to partner with Unifeeder for its Scandinavia and Baltic coverage between Hamburg and ports in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Poland, Finland, Estonia and Russia
2020 July 6
Low water level in some sections of inland water ways, capital intensity of fleet upgrading, high cost of fuel, tough competition with other types of transport are among the problems of river shipping in Russia. In his interview with IAA PortNews, Aleksandr Poshivai, head of Rosmorrechflot (Federal Marine and River Transport Agency), touches on these problems as well as the cruise tourism as a sector most affected by the pandemic.
Interview with Rosmorrechflot head Aleksandr Poshivai
Low water level in some sections of inland water ways, capital intensity of fleet upgrading, high cost of fuel, tough competition with other types of transport are among the problems of river shipping...Interview with Rosmorrechflot head Aleksandr Poshivai