Oslo is the economic and governmental centre of Norway. The city is also a hub of Norwegian trade, banking, industry and shipping. It is an important centre for maritime industries and maritime trade in Europe. The city is home to many companies within the maritime sector, some of which are among the world's largest shipping companies, shipbrokers and maritime insurance brokers. Oslo is a pilot city of the Council of Europe and the European Commission intercultural cities programme.
Oslo Central was built on the site of the older Oslo East Station (Oslo Østbanestasjon, Oslo Ø), the combining of the former east and west stations being made possible by the opening of the Oslo Tunnel. Oslo Central has nineteen tracks, thirteen of which have connections through the Oslo Tunnel. The station has two buildings, the original Oslo East building and the newer main building for Oslo Central. Each building houses a large shopping centre. The square in front of the station is called Jernbanetorget.
The tree, which was grown in the Nordmarka forests just north of Oslo, was still a bit groggy after lying on its side while being shipped from Norway... The tree has been spruced up after its long journey from Oslo, Norway all the way to one of the UK's most popular tourist attractions.
Norway’s Gram Car Carriers (GCC) has secured a $35m loan to buy back the 6,700 ceu panamax vessel Viking Bravery currently under sale and leaseback deal with CSSC Shipping. The Oslo and OTC-listed tonnage provider has taken out the loan priced at SOFR +1.65% ...
UK-based diversified shipowner of the Libra Group, Lomar Shipping, ... Shipping databases show Athens Trader, Oslo Trader, Rome Trader and Lima Trader had all been part of Lomar-Neptune Leasing dealings this year.
The Oslo-listed investment firm, which has been placing its next bets on the carbon shipping segment, has struck a deal “with an internationally renowned counterparty” to charter in a 2016-built eco-design and scrubber-fitted VLCC... Steen Shipping, Apollo Asset, and ...
Newcastlemax owner 2020 Bulkers has switched four of its ships from index-linked charter into a fixed-rate hire. The Oslo-listed owner has fixed the 2019-built Bulk Sandefjord and 2020-built Bulk Shenzhen, Bulk Sydney and Bulk Santos from December to end-March 2024, including scrubber benefits.
Writing for Splash today he warns of clear similarities between today’s shipping tech scene and the dot-com bubble at the start of the century. In 1998 and 1999, at the onset of what became known as the dot.com bubble an incredible frenzy caught the shipping industry ... The shipping market is not only small, it is also not economically generous.
provides a platform to make emissions-free container shipping a reality ... The 135-metre, 500 teu ships are due for delivery in Q3 and Q4 of 2025, respectively, and will operate between Oslo Fjord and Rotterdam, a distance of approximately 700 nautical miles ... friendly shipping.