Official opening of Yilport Oslo
On 21 April the new container termial - Yilport at Sjursøya - was officially opened. This is the largest in Norway.
Last mile in Oslo
The city of Oslo is planning a radical change in its cargo distribution. This will have important logistic consequences. How will this influence sea transport? Is there a new role for port terminals?
Ports of Norway in Munich
Do you have cargo for Norway? Please visit Ports of Norway in Munich, May 5-8. Hall B3, Booth 123/224. We have the solution for you!
A fantastic idea?
Check what the twin-port Copenhagen-Malmø have done with inspiration from Turkey? An idea for other ports?
Sea-Cargo expands with hub in Rotterdam
Sea-Cargo has established a new Continental Hub in the port of Rotterdam. The new hub is served twice weekly in both directions.
A major victory for short sea shipping in Norway
The unanimous and final verdict of a the Labour Court of Norway is that organized dock works do not have exclusive right to load and unload ships in Norway.
Turkish company is new operator of Oslo container terminal
Port of Oslo has chosen the Turkish logistics and industrial company Yilport Holding as the new container terminal operator in Oslo.
Check the real story
The Norwegian Transport Workers’ Union (NTF) has made a trip around Europe to get support for a conflict at Risavika Terminal AS outside Stavanger in Norway. Please check the other side of the story!
Oslo seeks container operator
The port of Oslo is building Norway's largest and most modern container terminal to be finished in 2015.
Business as usual in Risavika
The on-going boycott does not affect the terminal.
Privatisation of container terminal
The board of the Port of Oslo has decided to find a private terminal company to take over the port operations.
A small port success story
This port unloaded 30 percent more containers in 2013 compared to 2012.
Expansion of the port of Oslo
The port of Oslo wants to double its container throughput and the work has now started with the purchase of new and modern cranes.
A bizarre situation
There is an escalating conflict between the Norwegian port workers union – Norsk Transportarbeiderforbund (NTF) – and four port terminals in Norway.
RoRo increases in Brevik
The Brevik terminal on the west side of the Oslofjord has in recent years had a good increase of imported vehicles entering the terminal.
A shortsea product with success
For import to and export from Norway there is one shipping segment that shows rapidly increasing volumes quarter after quarter.
The PortsEYE sees the sulphure
We wonder – how are the authorities going to control that ship owners follow the Sulphur Directive for the SECA-area when 2015 comes?
All transport in one ministry - at last
The new Minister of Transport in Norway is Ketil Solvik-Olsen from the Progress Party. Seaborne transport is moved to his ministry.
Competitive coastal shipping
Is it possible to move cargo from road to domestic coastal shipping in Norway? We believe it is!
- Dock workers sabotaging maritime transport
Norwegian Logistics and Freight Association’s Managing Director, Mr. Tom Rune Nilsen, is in a fighting mood.
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