- Published on Monday, 03 March 2014 09:50
In January of 2014 the performance of the Freeport of Riga was much better than in January 2013 - total cargo turnover increased by 13,2%, reaching 3,23 million tons. The result is outstanding compared to other Baltic ports: there was a considerable turnover decline in Ventspils - 3,4%; Klaipeda -15,3%; Butinge – 49,9%; Liepaja – 31,9%, with the only exception - Tallinn had positive growth (+ 0,2%).
- Published on Monday, 24 February 2014 10:02
Assessing the last year’s results, it can be concluded that the transshipped cargo indicators at the Freeport of Riga are positive, and the implemented as well as ongoing port infrastructure development projects provide optimistic outlook in regards of 2014.
- Published on Thursday, 30 January 2014 14:25
The main task of the Port police is to react to potential risks to the environment and people in the Freeport area and to engage actively in crisis prevention within the framework of its competence, simultaneously conducting preventive work - control, monitoring, verifying the information and, if necessary, providing information transfer to partner departments or competent authorities. In 2013 the Port police have been granted access to the State Fire and Rescue Service warning system, as well as to the global port police news network, that enables the relevant party to be prepared to potential risk situations.
- The Freeport Board stipulates the 100 % rebate in regards of shifting
- Ministry of Transport: Imposing a new port charge, port function implementation will have to be covered from the state budget
- The Freeport of Riga Festival welcomes its guests
- Kipsala shore protection and renovation project is in full swing
- The Freeport of Riga participates in international event Night of Museums 2013
- The Port Police Flag Sanctified on International Day of UN Peacekeepers Day
- The Freeport of Riga participates in Nordea Riga Marathon
- The Riga Port police rescues an unmanageable yacht
- FPRA urges non-governmental organizations and state institutions to find long-term solutions for air quality improvement
- The Freeport of Riga has handled 11.11 million tons of cargo within four months