• 2020 October 1 11:58

    Supervisory Board of Tallinna Sadam extends powers of Management Board members

    On 29.09.2020, the Supervisory Board of AS Tallinna Sadam decided to extend the terms of office of Valdo Kalm, Chairman of the Management Board and Marko Raid, Member of the Management Board, for a new 3-year term from the end of the previous term, i.e. Valdo Kalm for the period of 01.03.2021-28.02.2024 and Marko Raid for the period of 18.04.2021-17.04.2024, the company says in a press release.

    The Management Board of Tallinna Sadam consists of three members, in addition to the above, Margus Vihman, Member of the Management Board and CCO, whose extension of his term of office was not discussed yet, as his existing agreement is valid until 31.10.2021.

    Aare Tark, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Tallinna Sadam, recognized the members of the Management Board for their work. “Tallinna Sadam is a well-run listed company. Last year, the first full year on stock exchange brought the best results ever, and we were able to pay the promised dividend to our nearly 14,500 shareholders. The co-operation between the Supervisory Board and the Management Board is efficient – we have a common view for innovative business solutions and a strategic vision for the company’s future, which is especially important in these difficult times,” said Tark and added that “the Supervisory Board unanimously believes that both for the purpose of the sustainable operation of the company and in order to ensure the confidence of people, it is wise to make a decision to continue the management board within a reasonable time before the expiry of their term of office.”

    Valdo Kalm has been the Chairman of the Management Board of AS Tallinna Sadam since March 2016 and the Chairman of the Supervisory Boards of the subsidiaries OÜ TS Laevad and OÜ TS Shipping and the associated company AS Green Marine. Kalm is also a member of the board of the Estonian Employers’ Confederation and the Estonian Ports Association. Previously, Kalm has managed AS EMT (now Telia Eesti), AS Eesti Telekom and NGO Baltic Ports Organization and was a member of the Supervisory Board of AS Baltika. Valdo Kalm has a master’s degree in automation and telemechanics from Tallinn University of Technology. Valdo Kalm currently owns 2828 shares of Tallinna Sadam.

    Marko Raid has been a member of the Management Board of AS Tallinna Sadam since August 2015 and a member of the Supervisory Boards of the subsidiaries OÜ TS Laevad and OÜ TS Shipping and the associated company AS Green Marine. Raid has worked Tallinna Sadam since 1997 and has been the company’s CFO since 2006. Marko Raid holds a master’s degree in International Business from Concordia International University in Estonia. Marko Raid currently owns 5000 shares of Tallinna Sadam.

2020 October 27

15:33 New tanks for storage and processing of polluted water have been put into operation in the port of Riga
15:04 Norway's biggest ferry company orders two new ferries from Havyard LAB
14:10 Port of Gothenburg posts results for January-September 2020
14:06 Krasniye Barrikady launched non-self-propelled cargo pontoon of Project GPRN
13:21 Wärtsilä cargo handling system design selected for new Very Large Ethane Carrier vessels
12:52 Bunker prices are stable in the Far East ports of Russia (graph)
12:27 BlueWater Reporting issues Q3 2020 World Liner Supply Report
12:09 HEINEKEN pioneers with zero-emission shipping
11:58 COVAXX and Maersk enter partnership to supply COVID-19 vaccines globally
11:03 Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg continues automation of railcars weighing
10:38 RF Government to look into development of national project focused on IWW
10:09 CMA CGM announces PSS for cargo from India North West ports to Europe
09:45 MABUX: Bunker Market this morning, Oct 27
09:40 Strategy for Developing the Russian Arctic Zone and Ensuring National Security until 2035 approved
09:22 Oil prices are recovering
09:07 Baltic Dry Index as of October 27

2020 October 26

18:03 Shipping emissions talks stall in London
18:03 Port of Klaipeda to get funds for sustainable development and digitization of the port’ management
17:42 34.6 million tonnes loaded in the Port of Klaipeda in 9 months of this year
16:58 Innovative solutions of MAPEI are increasingly widespread in shipbuilding
16:34 Kalmar continues long-term collaboration with Patrick Terminals with new order for AutoStrads
16:10 Average spot market price for Russian M100 product rose to RUB 12,430 pmt
15:46 Royal IHC and Suez Canal Authority successfully launch CSD HUSSEIN TANTAWY
15:34 EPS secures 15-year TC from STL for four dual fuel VLECs
14:52 RF Prime Minister approves list of checkpoints that can be crossed by foreigners with e-visas
14:31 Ocean Network Express to launch new intra Asia service
14:03 Port of Helsinki passenger traffic down 53.9% to 4.1 million in Jan-Sept 2020
13:06 Passenger turnover in Russian ports plunged by 73.9% in 9M’2020
12:59 ICS welcomes legally binding agreement to significantly improve the carbon efficiency of shipping
12:37 Delo Group and Russian Railways signed Agreement on cooperation in organization of rail container transportation
11:59 Stena Bulk branded class for tanker personnel opened at Admiral Makarov SUMIS
11:58 The Ocean Cleanup introduces first product made with ocean plastic pollution
11:30 NIBULON ranks first among Ukrainian shipyards
10:31 EMA and Keppel jointly awarded a research grant to pilot Singapore’s first floating Energy Storage System
10:15 Admiralteiskie Verfi shipyard delivered diesel-electric submarine Volkhov to RF Navy
09:50 MABUX: Bunker Market this morning, Oct 26
09:26 Oil market starts week with decreasing prices
09:09 Baltic Dry Index as of October 23

2020 October 25

15:27 USCG: Oil spill cleanup of Delaware Bay coastline continues
14:53 Richmond Council to host first public meeting with Hammersmith Bridge Taskforce
14:38 Deep water berth extension at Port of Halifax fully operational
13:27 Gothenburg Port Authority's Elvir Dzanic named as a member of Electrification Commission
12:43 Maritime NZ welcomes report to MPI
12:18 Oil spill response equipment and vessel rates in Singapore
11:04 GPA holds first virtual State of the Port

2020 October 24

15:47 Ocean transport of the first lot of railway coach to Myanmar completed
14:51 OOCL announces services changes and enhancements on Asia-Europe trade
13:28 Port Authority launches new campaign against litter
12:41 Hapag-Lloyd announces Ocean Tariff rates on East Asia - NEC and Mediterranean trade
11:06 CSD Hussein Tantawy successfully launched at IHC's shipyard in The Netherlands

2020 October 23

18:09 Baltic Data Flows: New HELCOM project seeks to harmonize and harvest environmental data at a pan-Baltic level
17:47 ICS welcomes legally binding agreement to significantly improve carbon efficiency of shipping
17:10 Anti-submarine ship Vice-Admiral Kulakov completes its business call to Greece
16:32 Bollinger Shipyards delivers 41ST fast response cutter to the U.S. Coast Guard
16:05 APM Terminals Poti signs a contract with Poti New Terminals Corporation for the development of dry bulk facility in the Poti Sea Port
15:31 HySHIP project clinches EUR 8M funding award
15:13 Krasnoye Sormovo shipyard launches dry cargo carrier Alfa Mercury
14:50 Self-propelled crane built for RF Navy’s Pacific Fleet arrived in Vladivostok having passed the Northern Sea Route
14:25 Equinor changes chief financial officer
14:06 Membrane technologies of GTT is an optimal solution for gas carriers, LNG bunkering and storage