Antwerp up in first quarter

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The port of Antwerp handled 46.997,502 tonnes of freight in the first three months of this year, an increase of 1.4% compared with the same ...

Shippers want more binding agreements

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A key issue debated at the Multimodal 2013 seminars in Birmingham last week concerned the need for legally-binding contracts in favour of ...

Liebherr Group logs record sales

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Overall turnover increased by more than 9% to €9.1B, a record figure, in 2012, during which the privately-onwed group invested €840M...

Bilbao and Gothenburg team up

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The ports of Gothenburg and Bilbao recently signed a strategic cooperation agreement aimed at switching more of the Sweden-Spain trade from ...

People on the move

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Latest round-up of new appointments known to WorldCargo News in the shipping, ports and transportation sectors and allied fields...

Hong Kong port strike update

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The International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) has issued an update on the situation in the Port of Hong Kong where subcontracted wor...

Trucking case reaches US Supreme Court

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The American Trucking Associations' challenge to the attempt by the Port of Los Angeles to impose a comprehensive licensing scheme on trucks...

Dutch rail freight hit by strike

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Stoppages by DB Schenker Rail loco drivers are spreading in the Netherlands, halting much freight business...