Nordic-Russian east-west route?

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Thanks to its mass exports of forestry and chemical products, the Nordic region has a balanced trade with the Far East. The Transsiberian ra...

New modal shift initiatives shape up

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Germany’s inland waterways lost market share last year due to very low precipitation which caused problems with water levels throughout th...

A step forward for Cargospeed?

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A full-scale demonstration of the Cargospeed ro-ro, rail/road transfer technique for non-liftable, semi-trailers took place last month at th...

Hunky dory for Jade Weser port

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Everything connected with the Jade Weser Port (JWP) project, Germany’s deep water container port scheme at Wilhelmshaven, seems to be runn...

A tale of two G’cities

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There is a consensus that the foreign trade of Poland, the biggest of the new EU members, will experience strong growth in containerisation....

AutoRacks enter service

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AutoRack, the new containerised vehicle carrying system designed by UK-based Clive-Smith Associates (CSA), has been put into use by its firs...

Ceres row brews

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Tensions within the Grand Alliance over the Ceres Paragon terminal in Amsterdam, acquired by NYK two years ago, have been brought into the o...

Naples work completed

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The project to extend Molo Bausan in the Port of Naples, the main container terminal operated by CoNaTeCo, the MSC, CosCos/Cosco (each with ...

Schmidt bulks up in Europe

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The Schmidt Group of Heilbronn, Germany, has completed the third of three major new European dry bulk handling facilities it will operate on...

Potter Group adds

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UK private road and rail logistics company The Potter Group is to introduce a new container management service, covering transport from port...

PN pulls Botany plug…

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In a move for which there has been no real public explanation, Toll/Patrick rail joint venture Pacific National (PN) announced last month th...