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Tuesday, 29 October 2019
The maritime passenger ship AMERA is closing the cruise season in Constanta Port
The maritime passenger ship AMERA is closing today, October 29th, 2019, the cruise season in Constanta Port.
The Bahamas-flagged ship has 754 passengers on board, most of them Germans, and a crew of 459 people. The foreign tourists will take trips to Constanta county, Bucharest and Danube Delta.
After a period when the geopolitical context in the region has kept away from the Black Sea the maritime passenger ships, AMERA is the first maritime passenger ship calling to Constanta Port.

 

 

Thursday, 28 February 2019
Constanta Port met Hungarian partners in Budapest
On February 27th, at the conference room of Aquaworld Resort in Budapest, Constanta Port has met its Hungarian partners; over 100 representatives of the Hungarian companies and port community have participated in this event.
Grain traders, shipping companies, container operators and logistics companies from Hungary, representatives of the Danube ports of Baja, Mahart and Dunavecse were present.
The traffic of goods between Constanta Port and the Hungarian ports has exceeded 1.5 million tonnes in 2018, the grains being the most important ones, with 700,000 tonnes.

 

 

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The Three Seas Initiative, an economic impulse for the development of Europe
During the first day of the 7th International Maritime Congress, the representative of the NC Maritime Ports Administration SA Constanta has taken part in the debate "The Three Seas Initiative - an economic impulse for the development of Europe", together with experts from Poland, Croatia and Lithuania.
The 7th International Maritime Congress is taking place in Szczecin, Poland from 5 to 6 September 2019.

 

 

Constanta Port met Hungarian partners in Budapest
On February 27th, at the conference room of Aquaworld Resort in Budapest, Constanta Port has met its Hungarian partners; over 100 representatives of the Hungarian companies and port community have participated in this event.
Grain traders, shipping companies, container operators and logistics companies from Hungary, representatives of the Danube ports of Baja, Mahart and Dunavecse were present.
The traffic of goods between Constanta Port and the Hungarian ports has exceeded 1.5 million tonnes in 2018, the grains being the most important ones, with 700,000 tonnes.

 

 

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