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Rotterdam suspends autonomous transport for CER

Rotterdam suspends autonomous transport for CER

The Rotterdam port authority has suspended its plan for autonomous transport on the Container Exchange Route (CER) currently under construction
Hutchison Ports' takeover of APM Terminals-Rotterdam terminal completed

Hutchison Ports' takeover of APM Terminals-Rotterdam terminal completed

The final step was the "okay" from the APMT-Rotterdam works council, the last hurdle left. Contracts will be signed later this month, staff were informed in a joint statement from the works council and management
Third module for Stuttgart intermodal rail terminal

Third module for Stuttgart intermodal rail terminal

The DUSS intermodal terminal in Kornwestheim, near Stuttgart, Germany, will get a third module, comprising a rail track bundle with three RMGs
Enter hydrogen-powered barges on Dutch waterways

Enter hydrogen-powered barges on Dutch waterways

The first newbuild fully hydrogen fuel cell/battery hybrid inland vessel, ANTONIE, has been ordered in the Netherlands, with support from a €4M subsidy from the Dutch transport department
Germany facing massive overpaid truck toll claims

Germany facing massive overpaid truck toll claims

Germany faces a "tsunami" of claims as European road haulage associations mobilise their members to recover unlawfully charged German truck tolls (Maut)
CMA CGM’s fleet greening boosts Rotterdam's LNG bunkering

CMA CGM’s fleet greening boosts Rotterdam's LNG bunkering

Following maiden North Europe calls at Southampton, Dunkirk and Hamburg, CMA CGM’s new flagship CMA CGM JACQUES SAADE called at Rotterdam (11 November) on its maiden trip for container exchanges and LNG bunkering
Rotterdam Shortsea Terminals for sale

Rotterdam Shortsea Terminals for sale

Rotterdam’s only major shortsea-dedicated container terminal is up for sale. Parent company Steinweg Handelsveem has announced that it wishes to dispose of the company
Unions taste defeat in Rotterdam Dockers’ Clause shortsea/feeder ship dispute

Unions taste defeat in Rotterdam Dockers’ Clause shortsea/feeder ship dispute

A Rotterdam court has turned down trade union demands for crew lashing/securing and unlashing on shortsea and feeder ships under 170m long to be prohibited
No early end in sight for Betuwe Line bottleneck

No early end in sight for Betuwe Line bottleneck

Germany’s "fast track" planning procedure Bill will not include the "Third Track" extension of the Betuwe Line
Lashings support for unions

Lashings support for unions

Rotterdam city council has passed a motion calling on the city to pursue abolition of the Dockers’ Clause exemption for seafarers on ships under 170m long
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