There is no escaping that tensions around the Baltic Sea have intensified, with knock-on effects for bulk commodity flows. As Russian and NATO military activity has increased, Kremlin rhetoric has become more menacing, and the region’s capitals – from Riga to Warsaw – more troubled. But bulk ports across the Baltic continue to invest to keep ahead of shifting trade patterns and opportunities.
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This complete item is approximately 1000 words in length, and appeared in the November/December 2017 issue of Bulk Materials International, on page 8. To access this issue download the PDF here.