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Porttraining is   shore-based personnel training company for port terminals in Latvia and other Baltic sea region countries

            
           
         

Company Porttraining offers tailor made training for all port and logistics personnel on a Baltic Sea region scale

 

Training programs offered:


 - Ensure the application, where appropriate, of minimum training  standards in port areas,


 - Promote best practices in ports from a national perspective and permit qualifications for cross port sectoral employment at national and at regional levels.


 

We believe Training is an important element for improving terminal efficiency.

 

 PS Porttraining.lv provides customized training programs in English, Latvian, and Russian.



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Coming Events

Seminar  “Developments within bulk handling technologies ”

Danish embassy in Riga in cooperation with Danish experts in field of bulk handling technologies are pleased to invite you to the seminar “Developments within bulk handling technologies ”. The seminar will take place on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 9.30 at ISLANDE HOTEL www.islandehotel.lv Ķīpsalas iela 2, Riga.

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Container weighing regulations will come into effect on 1 July.

With just over a month to go before new SOLAS Convention container weighing rules come into force, a survey of shippers has found that only 40% have received sufficient information from their service providers. Find more what the world is saying about the new IMO SOLAS verified gross mass regulations on ICHCA Container Weighing Weekly.

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Company PS Porttraining in cooperation with Polish IT Company SPRINT S.A is participating in 18th International Conference "MARITIME TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE – 2016, held in Riga, April 21-22, 2016"

Technical seminar, held in 17 March 2016 at the Riga Free Port Authority,
Baltic Sea region ports seminar regarding container weight verification matters “Are You Ready for   Changes in Container Weight Verification Requirements effect on July 1, 2016”.