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Port of Hamburg: Railborne transport up 4.3%

Nov 19, 2018

In the first nine months of the year, the Port of Hamburg transferred substantially more freight on to rail - Seaborne cargo handling was below the previous year’s level, owing to less bulk cargo and a slight downturn in container handling, while there was an increase for conventional general cargo…

Yilport Opts for Liebherr Mobile Harbor Cranes

Nov 15, 2018

At the beginning of November, two Liebherr mobile harbor cranes type LHM 600 arrived at Yilport’s recently acquired terminal in Guatemala. An option on two more LHM 600 underlines the forthcoming strategic partnership between Liebherr and Yilport…

Maersk Warns Trade War Will Impact Box Shipping

Nov 14, 2018

Top U.S. importers are stocking up on Chinese goods before new import tariffs take effect, shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk said on Wednesday, but warned a trade war would hit demand for container shipping in the coming years.Maersk's data…

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Oil Loadings from Black Sea Ports Remain Suspended

Oil Loadings from Black Sea Ports Remain Suspended

CMB.TECH, Boeckmans to Build Four Hdrogen-Powered Cargo Ships

CMB.TECH, Boeckmans to Build Four Hdrogen-Powered Cargo Ships

Report Highlights EU Live Animal Transport Issues

Report Highlights EU Live Animal Transport Issues

Black Sea Storm Disrupts Russian and Kazakh Oil Exports

Black Sea Storm Disrupts Russian and Kazakh Oil Exports

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