Baltic Container Terminal (BCT) which is located at the Port of Gdynia in Poland and the Adriatic Gate Container Terminal (AGCT), at the Port of Rijeka in Croatia, have become members of FEPORT.
Navis, part of Cargotec, has signed an N4 terminal operation system (TOS) license agreement with Latvia’s Baltic Container Terminal (BCT).
As it moves into the final stages of privatisation, Gdynia is looking to step up its ‘gateway’ status. Felicity Landon reports
Poland subsidiary of International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI), Baltic Container Terminal (BCT), recently handled its first vessel carrying windfarm components.
The Baltic Container Terminal (BCT) is just beginning its largest investment programme in its history to the tune of USD$51m – 35% of which will be coming from EU funds.
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