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Keuhne+Nagel Appoints New Zealander to Board

Jun 28, 2023

Logistics company Kuehne+Nagel International has appointed Michael Aldwell to its Management Board as of October 1, 2023.Aldwell will assume responsibility for the business unit Sea Logistics and succeed Horst Joachim (Otto) Schacht.Schacht (born in 1959)…

How Port Operators Are Delivering End-to-end Offerings that Enhance Global Supply Chains

Jun 15, 2023

The COVID-19 pandemic put a spotlight on the importance of global supply chains. Many Canadians, most of whom had never thought about the details of how a shipment made its way from origin to destination suddenly found themselves acutely aware of how critical efficient…

Digitizing the Logistics Chain: ZIM Invests in Spinframe

May 17, 2023

ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd., along with other investors, announced the initial closing of an $8 million financing round in Spinframe. The Israeli shipping company said it led this investment as part of its strategy to invest in early…

Pangaea Logistics Solutions Acquires More US Terminal Operations

May 01, 2023

Pangaea Logistics Solutions has entered into a deal to acquire marine port terminal operations in Port Everglades/Ft. Lauderdale and Port of Palm Beach, Florida, and Port of Baltimore, Maryland, from Host Terminals, a wholly owned subsidiary of T…

Qube Enters the New Zealand Container Logistics Market

May 01, 2023

Australia-based logistics company Qube Holdings has acquired a 50% stake in New Zealand’s Pinnacle Corporation and 100% of Kalari.Pinnacle, a New Zealand owned and operated group of companies, operates both port-based and stand-alone facilities…

Markets: The Challenges of Developing Floating Wind at Scale

Apr 13, 2023

Tens of gigawatts of floating wind projects are slated for development in this and the next decade, but many obstacles remain.There has been much focus on the emerging floating wind market of late.The U.K. is forging ahead with commercial scale…

Former Amazon Exec Aims to Repeat Logistics Growth at Flexport

Feb 28, 2023

The former Amazon.com Inc executive who oversaw the e-commerce company's transportation network buildout for its sellers, now aims to do the same for rival shipping customers as chief executive of logistics startup Flexport.'I wanted to ... do it again for everyone else…

How Cross-docking and Drayage Add Value to Shipping Operations

Feb 28, 2023

Cross-docking and drayage are two powerful tools that can revolutionize your shipping operations. With their expanded benefits, including greater efficiency and cost savings, it's easy to understand why these services are becoming increasingly popular among businesses today…

Wilson Sons Taps ABB for Port Efficiency Tools

Feb 28, 2023

Wilson Sons selected ABB’s Optical Character Recognition (OCR) system for ship-to-shore (STS) gantry cranes at Rio Grande container terminal, including the QuayPro module to digitalize container stowage confirmation processes. The company has…

A Toll of War: Ukraine’s Dry Bulk Exports Plunge 77.8%

Feb 22, 2023

“On Friday February 24, 2023, one year has passed since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. During that year, dry bulk exports from Ukraine have dropped 77.8% compared to the same period a year earlier, causing a decline in global dry bulk volumes…

DP World Inks Deal to Develop Deendayal Port Mega-container Terminal

Feb 02, 2023

DP World has won a major concession to develop, operate and maintain the mega-container terminal at Deendayal port in Gujarat, on the western coast of India.The project involves the construction of a mega-container terminal at Tuna-Tekra through a Public Private Partnership (PPP)…

Ports of Stockholm Numbers Rise despite Economic Headwinds

Jan 31, 2023

Ports of Stockholm is one of the world’s largest passenger ports and one of Sweden’s largest freight ports. Despite a declining economy, goods volumes have remained high and the number of passengers increased significantly compared to the previous year…

Venezuela's PDVSA Tightens Oil Prepayment Rules

Jan 30, 2023

Venezuela's state oil firm PDVSA is toughening terms for buyers after a month-long halt to most exports of crude and fuel, demanding prepayment ahead of loadings in either cash, goods or services, company documents showed.PDVSA's new Chief Executive Pedro Tellechea put the move in place this month…

Jørgen Wisborg Named Blue Water Chairman

Jan 24, 2023

Jørgen Wisborg has been named chairman at Danish-headquartered transport and logistics group Blue Water, taking over from the company's founder and longtime head Kurt Skov.In September last year, Skov announced plans to find his successor, making it possible for him to slow down his work activities…

VIDEO: Liebherr Debuts Lift Height Extension of STS in Australia

Jan 18, 2023

Liebherr Container Cranes completed its first ship to shore lift height increase with their new patented jacking system as part of Liebherr Transform. The operation was conducted under the supervision of Liebherr engineers at Patrick Terminals – Brisbane Autostrad…

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