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Serbia is a landlocked country located in Southeast Europe and has candidate status with the European Union (EU). It shares borders with Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Albania. The country is trying to develop intermodal services, including water transport along the Danube River via inland ports.

Alpe Adria develops Trieste-Serbia intermodal services

Trieste, Italy (Ports Europe) May 8, 2024 – Alpe Adria is offering a new intermodal service linking Cervignano (west of Trieste) and Pancevo, Serbia. It...

A new rail cargo service – Shijiazhuang, northern China, Belgrade

Belgrade, Serbia (Ports Europe) March 29, 2024 – A new rail cargo service between Shijiazhuang (capital of Hebei Province in northern China) and Belgrade...

Landlocked Serbia seeks stake in Piraeus or Thessaloniki port

Belgrade, Serbia (Ports Europe) February 28, 2024 – Landlocked Serbia is interested in buying a 5-10% stake in Greece’s Aegean ports of Thessaloniki or...

A barge with fertiliser sank in the Danube River

Backa Palanka, Serbia (Ports Europe) January 9, 2024 – The Germany-registered cargo barge Antonia sank on January 5 after it hit a Danube River bridge...

New vertical quay to increase Novi Sad cargo capacity by 0.5 million tonnes

Novi Sad, Serbia (Ports Europe) September 19, 2023 – DP World has opened a new vertical quay wall in Serbia’s Danube River port of Novi Sad that cost 8...

Landlocked Serbia with a new rail link to Port of Koper

Nis, Serbia (Ports Europe) August 1, 2023 – The intermodal rail and road MBOX Terminal in Niš, Serbia, a member of the Milšped Group, has started a new...

Luka Koper joins promotional event in Belgrade, Serbia

Belgrade, Serbia (PortSEurope) June 15, 2023 – Port operator Luka Koper joined the Business Conference on Logistics in Belgrade, an event organized by...

Serbia plans better use of rivers

Belgrade, Serbia (Ports Europe) April 26, 2023 – The Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, Goran Vesić, said that it is very important...

Constanța Port Day takes place in Belgrade

Belgrade, Serbia (Ports Europe) September 28, 2022 – The 14th edition of the Constanța Port Day took place at the Sheraton Hotel in Novi Sad on...

Low Danube water level: Cargo shipping paralysed

Russe, Bulgaria (PortSEurope) August 19, 2022 – Low Danube water level: Cargo shipping in lower Danube is paralysed due to very low water levels. Water...

Thessaloniki Port Authority expands intermodal operations to Niš, Serbia

Thessaloniki, Greece (PortSEurope) August 18, 2022 – Thessaloniki Port Authority is expanding intermodal operations to Niš, Serbia, with a new regular...

CMA CGM starts new intermodal service linking Niš in Serbia and China

Thessaloniki, Greece (PortSEurope) July 11, 2022 – CMA CGM has announced a new intermodal service linking Niš in Serbia and China via the Greek port of...

Joint initiative of Serbia, Bulgaria, Hungary and Turkey to develop railway transport

Belgrade, Serbia (PortSEurope) July 6, 2022 – The governments of Serbia, Bulgaria, Hungary and Turkey have agreed to establish the Ministerial...

Work starts at inland Port of Novi Sad

Belgrade, Serbia (Ports Europe) May 18, 2022 – Work has started on the reconstruction of the inland Port of Novi Sad, said the Minister of Construction,...

Serbia considers Albania’s port of Durres for oil imports after EU sanctions against Gazprom Neft

Durrës, Albania (PortSEurope) March 28, 2022 – Landlocked Serbia is looking for ways to use the Albanian port of Durres for oil imports from the Middle...

Port of Antwerp interested in new inland port in Belgrade

The Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure in the Government of Serbia, Tomislav Momirović, stated today that the Port of Antwerp is...

Bulgaria and Serbia plan a new intermodal hub on their common border

Sofia, Bulgaria (PortSEurope) December 10, 2021 – A new intermodal hub is to be build on the border between Bulgaria and Serbia, following an agreement...

DP World to invest €28 million in Serbian inland port of Novi Sad

Belgrade, Novi Sad (PortSEurope) November 25, 2021 – DP World is to invest €28 million ($31.3 million) in the Serbian inland port of Novi Sad. The port...

Cooperation step between Turkey and Serbia in the field of transportation

Minister Karaismailoğlu met with Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Momirovic – June 23, 2021 Minister of Transport and...

Analysis – Danube River–Aegean Sea Canal project surpasses the craziness of Kanal Istanbul

Thessaloniki, Greece (Ports Europe) May 17, 2021 – A megalomanic project to construct a Danube River–Aegean Sea Canal has been a Serbian dream for well...

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