Breakbulk’s improving fortunes

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The past six months have seen something of a turnaround in the breakbulk market, driven by improved prospects in the multipurpose and heavy ...

Waste not, want not

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An innovative waste recycling project involving Pembroke Dock in Wales was recently announced a winner at the Wales National Transport Award...

Eyeing golden opportunities

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While the global shipping industry is beset with difficulties, the breakbulk sector offers pockets of growth and investment opportunity....

New berth for Cuxhaven

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The Lower Saxony port of Cuxhaven is proceeding with its plans to construct an additional berth at the port....

NileDutch buys Safmarine MPV

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Rotterdam-based NileDutch has acquired Safmarine MPV’s Europe/West Africa services from the AP Moller-Maersk Group (APMMG)....

CIMC wins legal battle

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The APC rack referred to on page one of this issue is an important factor in the cost of getting Chinese 53ft containers into the US....

Breakbulk feels the squeeze

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Shipping companies that specialise in the general cargo sector are being squeezed by operators of container, ro-ro and dry bulk tonnage, but...

Breakbulk exhibitions sold for US$42M

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Exhibition organiser ITE Group Plc announced before Christmas that its wholly owned subsidiary, ITE Enterprises Ltd, has acquired Breakbulk ...

Rickmers adds westbound RTW service

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Hamburg-based Rickmers-Linie is launching a westbound round-the-world service, connecting areas of economic growth in Asia and South America...

WWL extends heavy lift offering

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Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL) has acquired a 60% stake in Netherlands-based Abnormal Load Services Holding BV (ALS), which specialise...