More Strasbourg shuttles

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The rail intermodal service between Le Havre and Strasbourg is being upgraded as a result of increasing traffic. In the first five months of...

Fiquet to quit EIA

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The European Intermodal Association (EIA) is looking for a replacement for Secretary-General Claude Fiquet, who is stepping down at the end ...

Reflecting on box seals

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US-based container security seal manufacturer TydenBrammall has launched the Indicator cargo sealing system, which combines a heavy duty bar...

OTAL expands China agency network

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In a bid to strengthen its position as a leading player in West African shipping and logistics, OT Africa Line (OTAL) has expanded its agenc...

A Real repair Mosaic

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UK-based Real Logistics has launched Mosaic, a new software program specifically designed to manage the maintenance and repair of fleets of ...

New shortsea centre

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Germany's new Short Sea Shipping Promotion Centre (SPC) has been opened in Bonn....

New tank fittings

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Progressive Engineering Ltd of Ashton-under-Lyne in the UK has developed several new fittings and fixtures for use with bulk liquid tanks....

Concor seeking loan extension

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The Container Corporation of India (Concor), a subsidiary of Indian Railways (IR), is to seek a third extension of its World Bank loan for t...

Transpacific gap grows

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The addition of substantial new vessel capacity is widening the gap between supply and demand in the transpacific container trades, accordin...

GenChart/CEC alliance

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GenChart bv in Rotterdam, which manages Greenfleet, and Clipper Elite Carriers A/S of Copenhagen (CEC) have signed a joint marketing agreeme...

Suffering tanks

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First half results for 2001 show that Stolt-Nielsen's tank container division is continuing to perform poorly in the face of the depressed f...

Cars going better

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A partnership between an Australia car manufacturer and CP Ships' subsidiary ANZDL on the Trans Tasman trade lane is claimed to have resulte...

Mejillones move

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Construction work at the new port of Mejillones in Chile's Region II are now slated to begin in September or October, as CPM, the arm of the...

Advance for Squamish

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A small Hawke's Bay, New Zealand-based specialist software developer, Advanced PC Products (APCP), has secured a major contract with the lar...