Undertaking risky manoeuvres

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The intensely competitive automotive logistics sector has led several service providers to take risks and, in some cases, pursue anti-compet...

Building a ‘system of systems’

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Port of Los Angeles is spending US$13.1M to develop a port information portal, but are there easier and cheaper ways to improve visibility i...

VICT on the road to 30 MPH

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The new fully automated Victoria International Container Terminal is another step forward in the industry’s journey with terminal automati...

Blockchain pilot declared a success

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In the wake of the recent malware attack on Maersk Line, Marine Transport International (MTI) is hopeful a successful pilot using blockchain...

K&N expands air cold chain presence

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K&N is acquiring both US-based CFI Commodity Forwarders, Inc and one of Kenya’s biggest perishables specialists Trillvane Ltd, to further ...

Maersk gets IT systems back on track

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On 3 July Maersk Group IT systems went back online and the company expects affected business groups to be fully functional in a week....

People on the move

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

Electric recycler in Los Angeles

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SA Recycling has inaugurated its new electric driven LHM 550 Liebherr mobile harbour crane for scrap loading, as part of the Port of Los Ang...

RWG expansion plan

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Following the changed composition of the three major Far East alliances, Rotterdam World Gateway (RWG) now has two strings from THE Alliance...

Dealing with shipping’s four Cs

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Consolidation, commoditisation, cooperation and cascading were the main takeaways from the recent Global Liner Shipping Conference....

Strong Q1 for CAI

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Box leasing company CAI International had a strong Q1 2017, lifting its average owned container fleet utilisation rate to 95.7%, compared to...

People on the move

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Latest round-up of arrivals and departures known to WorldCargo News in the shipping, ports and allied sectors...