DANUBE LOGISTICS DELIVERED THE CARBON FOOTPRINT REPORT ON GIURGIULESTI INTERNATIONAL FREE PORT FOR 2017
13.06.2018

Danube Logistics has developed the Carbon Footprint Report for 2017 in accordance with the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol. The emission sources included in the carbon footprint report refer to generated CO2 emissions respectively to the emissions equivalent to CO2. The inventory was developed for the year 2017 at the premises of Giurgiulesti International Free Port.

In accordance with a control-based approach Danube Logistics calculated the CO2 emissions of these operational activities that actually can be influenced by the company. The calculations are based on real measurements of fuel and energy consumption ensuring a high level of accuracy of the results.

Following the findings of this report Danube Logistics strives to identify suitable measures in order to reduce carbon footprint emissions.

Report available in «Downloads» directory.

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GIURGIULESTI INTERNATIONAL FREE PORT ACQUIRES NEW MACHINE TO EXPAND ITS TRANSSHIPMENT CAPACITIES

Danube Logistics acquired a high capacity Fuchs material handler in order to expand the transshipment capacities of Giurgiulesti International Free Port.

 

The machine is equipped with various grabs and consequently can handle a wide range of different cargo including dry bulk such as gravel, sand, coal, various sorts of grain, general cargo such as big bags, and in addition new cargo categories such as scrap metal and larger stones.

 

With this material handler the transshipment capacity of the existing general cargo terminal will be increased, the product range of port services will be expanded and the operational flexibility will be enhanced. Clients are invited to contact us for more details.

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09.04.2020
2019 CARBON FOOTPRINT REPORT ON GIURGIULESTI INTERNATIONAL FREE PORT UPDATED

For now four years Danube Logistics releases the annual Carbon Footprint Report developed in accordance with the Greenhouse Gas Protocol. The newest Carbon Footprint Report sumps up and analyses the CO2 and CO2 equivalent emissions (CO2e) resulting from last year’s business activities of Danube Logistics at the premises of Giurgiulesti International Free Port.

 

In 2019 the CO2e emissions per ton of cargo transshipped decreased for the fourth consecutive year in total by 14%. This decrease reflects the increasing transshipment volumes allowing a more emission efficient use of port facilities and port equipment. At the same the introduction of energy efficient measures, mainly the switch from conventional to LED based lighting technology, caused the reduction of electricity related emissions. Danube Logistics will continue to strive for further optimization and reduction of CO2e emissions.

https://gifp.md/en/wp-content/files_mf/1586430486Carbonfootprintreport2019final.pdf

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01.04.2020
Giurgiulesti International Free Port continues to support Moldova’s international trade during the Coronavirus Pandemic

While following the recommended health and safety measures Danube Logistics SRL continues to operate Giurgiulesti International Free Port and its weekly container feeder service to Constanta South Container Terminal. Mathias von Tucher, the General Director of Danube Logistics SRL stated: “We continue to support the international trade of Moldovan companies during this challenging time. The unobstructed shipment of goods by maritime and river vessels is now more important than ever as trucking companies experience significant delays at international border crossings. In order to minimize the risk associated with the coronavirus pandemic we operate Giurgiulesti International Free Port strictly according to the recommendations of the Government and of the World Health Organization.”

In 2019 Giurgiulesti International Free Port facilitated the export of primarily agricultural products to 44 different countries and the import of oil products, coal, fertilizer, construction material and other goods from 27 countries.

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23.01.2020
PRIME MINISTER CHICU AND DELEGATION VISITED GIURGIULESTI INTERNATIONAL FREE PORT

On 23 January 2020 the Prime Minister of the Rep. of Moldova, Ion Chicu, together with a delegation of government representatives visited Giurgiulesti International Free Port. General Director Mathias von Tucher and Deputy General Director Ala Aydov presented the positive development of port activities and the increase of annual transshipment volumes up to almost 1.1m tons of cargo last year.

 

The management had the opportunity to discuss with the Prime Minister in-depth the challenges of further development of the port and to explain the future expansion plans which include the construction of a new multi-purpose dry and general cargo berth that allows for calling of vessels with the maximum draft permissible on the Danube river. During the site tour the Prime Minister also discussed with representatives of Danube Oil Company and ProGrain Organic, both of them being residents of the Giurgiulesti International Free Port area.

 

Danube Logistics SRL is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Dutch company Danube Logistics Holding BV, while the economic interests associated with Danube Logistics Holding BV’s shareholding in Danube Logistics SRL are shared with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

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