From 15 August to 4 October, the military training cycle “Namejs 2020” of the National Armed Forces will take place throughout Latvia in order to test and improve the readiness of units to expand for the performance of national defense tasks both independently and within the collective defense system.
One of the training cycles from September 10 to September 13 will also take place in the territory of LSEZ “TERRABALT” LTD in previously agreed places. During the training, the National Guard will train to perform the tasks specified in the training scenario, during the performance of which training ammunition and combat imitation means may be used, which create noise but do not endanger human health and life. However, when unknown objects are found in the study places, it is forbidden to touch or move them.
We invite customers, cooperation partners, terminal visitors and guests not to worry when they see the movement of soldiers and land guards, deployment of equipment and taking positions in the territory of LSEZ “TERRABALT” SIA. Please treat with understanding the possible short-term difficulties that may arise due to the completion of training tasks or the movement of military equipment in the area.
In cooperation with Stena Line, a new transport connection on a multimodal route (rail + sea) has been launched, which is able to ensure competitive delivery times for the flow of goods from Russia to the European Union compared to land transport and makes a significant contribution to a more sustainable and environmentally friendly transport model.
From August 13, the ferry operator Stena Line has started transportation on the route Liepaja (Latvia) – Karlskrona (Sweden) – Traveminde (Germany). Initially, the call at the port of Karlskrona will be only on Thursday evening – in one direction from Liepaja to Traveminde, however, it is expected that the new service will provide cargo carriers with wider trade and transport opportunities between the Baltic States and southern Scandinavia.
For the purpose of restriction of the spread of COVID-19 virus, truck drivers in Latvia are asked to stop only at places related to transportation and basic needs (petrol station, toilet, shop, etc.), to avoid contact with people during loading and unloading, and keep a distance of 2 meters from other persons. If possible, please wear a face mask and gloves when outside the car.
Due to the state of emergency declared in the country due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we work as usual during the observance of the established additional protection measures. Let’s protect ourselves and the people next to us!