Maasvlakte site for sale

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Another tempting site will soon come on the market in Rotterdam, as DFDS moves from its 20-hectare deepwater facility at the Maasvlakte to t...

DFDS to buy Norfolkline

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In a major consolidation in the European ferry industry, DFDS is to acquire 100% of the shares in Norfolkline from the AP Moller-Maersk Grou...

Norfolkline Chunnel results

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Norfolkline is claiming “unprecedented reliability levels” for its Great Britain-Italy intermodal service via the Channel tunnel. The co...

Chill in the Chunnel

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Temperature-controlled rail freight has returned to the Channel Tunnel after a gap of several years. Earlier this month a cargo of melons fr...

Norfolkline up for sale

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A P Møller-Maersk has confirmed that it is in talks to sell Norfolkline, the shortsea ro-ro line that operates cross-Channel (Dover-Dunkirk...

Wins for Phaeros

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Belgian software developed Phaeros has won contracts from the Port of Melbourne Corporation (PMC), Australia and Corredor de Desenvolvimento...

Norfolkline to add Rosyth link

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Following weeks of speculation, Norfolkline has confirmed that it will start a service in April 2009 between Zeebrugge and Rosyth, the link ...

Norfolkline rail swap

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Norfolkline, the Maersk company operating multimodal short sea services in North Europe, has dropped French rail provider SNCF Fret from its...

DFDS buys Norfolkline box division

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Subject to the approval of the relevant competition authorities, AP Moller-Maersk subsidiary Norfolkline has signed an agreement sell its co...

Norfolk for Killingholme

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Norfolkline has signed an agreement with Humber Sea Terminal (HST) for the start of a daily ferry service between its new Dutch terminal in ...

Rotterdam getting boxed in

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The Port of Rotterdam is still experiencing strong growth, particularly in container traffic, which increased by 16 per cent last year to 8....