A TRIUMPH for MOL

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Mitsui OSK Lines Ltd has taken delivery of the world's largest containership, MOL TRIUMPH, with an intake of 20,170 TEU, from Samsung Heavy ...

Navis charts a new course

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Navis unveiled its new, broader, software strategy at its Navis World 2017 conference in San Francisco this week....

Brexit gets a cool reception

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The possible consequences of Brexit for the British cold chain have been discussed at a specially-convened Cool Logistics seminar in London...

UPS expands China-Europe rail offer

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UPS has announced the addition of more stations to its FCL and LCL multimodal landbridge service between Europe and China...

More liner consolidation on the cards

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Hapag-Lloyd's CEO Rolf Habben Jansen says that perhaps only five to seven global liner companies will survive and Hapag-Lloyd itself is work...

60 new Liebherr ship cranes for Daewoo

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The first vessel with four Liebherr CBW 2100 cranes adapted for very cold temperatures has been supplied to Sovcomflot. Another 56 cranes wi...

CMA CGM posts US$453M loss

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The 2016 result partly reflects (to the tune of US$130M) the acquistion of Neptune Orient Lines...

Cargo survey issues in Dutch sea ports

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Cargo surveyors in the ports of Amsterdam and Rotterdam and their employers have broken off negotiations for a new collective labour agreeme...

Eurogate Intermodal expands network

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EUROGATE Intermodal is expanding its intermodal transport network and reinforcing Munich as a hub for rail transports to Europe’s southern...

Rhenus takes 40% stake in Arkon

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The Rhenus Group has acquired a 40% stake in German ship manager Arkon Shipping, via an injection of capital...