Carrier stays upbeat

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Carrier Transicold, the world's largest producer of reefer container machinery, confirms that demand is much stronger in 2002 than in 2001. ...

Exel adds fleetwide rollover protection

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Exel, the UK-based logistics service provider, is introducing an innovative trailer roll stability programme (TRSP) for all new tankers bein...

Po-faced Katoen Natie

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Belgium-based chemical products logistic services specialist Katoen Natie (Seaport Terminals) is setting up a new distribution hub in the Po...

Intermodal on the move

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After two years of preparation, Contship Italia (Eurogate) is set to launch its transalpine "Hannibal Express" service....

Ports directive survives the fire?

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The reworked draft of the European port services directive looks likely to be accepted by the Council of Ministers. But leading terminal ope...

Grimaldi’s shortsea IPSI trials

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As reported in last month's WorldCargo News (p3), Grimaldi Naples is set to trial the new TTS trailer lashing trestle as well as the ro-ro c...

A new approach to liner profitability

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Could the adoption of sophisticated contribution and revenue management techniques help to restore profitability to the liner shipping indus...

Swift takes solo flight

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Following his buyout of Swift Engineering Pty Ltd from Trencor in March this year, managing director Eugene Dos Santos has moved rapidly to ...

Call for action on driver shortages

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With an ageing pool of drivers and little interest among the young in truck driving as a career, the European chemical logistics industry fa...