Air France KLM Martinair Cargo and Bolloré Logistics team up to launch the first low-carbon airfreight route between France and the United States.
Bolloré Logistics has joined the Sustainable Aviation Fuel
United Heavy Lift's F900 Eco-Lifter MV UHL Falcon is in Rotterdam completing the loading operation of the second shipment for the Akita Noshiro Offshore Wind Farm in Japan.
The vessel is
The Siem Car Carriers fleet continues to grow with their new Super-Eco LNG Powered PCTC vessels.
The Siem Aristotle, the second of two ships, is on her maiden voyage from
The total throughput of Port of Antwerp in 2020 amounted to 231 million metric tonnes of cargo, a fall of 3.1% compared with the previous year. The Breakbulk segment suffered
The ALS Hamburg team in Germany was part of a project to successfully transport a second-hand E53 Enercon wind turbine from Germany to Ireland.
For this particular project ALS arranged for
In an interview this week, Fagioli CEO Fabio Belli disclosed three large contracts in the oil & gas sector for the company in Africa, Asia, and the USA.
Belli highlights three
Hamburg-based RoRo carrier “K” Line has announced that the port of Yokohama will be added to their regular port rotation on the Europe-to-Asia Service starting from February.
The loading ports in Europe “K”Line
With the integration of Mammoet and ALE well established, Chief Commercial Officer Michael Birch has decided to step down from his position as of January, 2021. Darren Adams takes over
Heerema Fabrication Group (HFG) announced that it has signed a contract with Iemants (part of Smulders) to construct the Hollandse Kust (noord) offshore transformer substation jacket.
The jacket will be
Breakbulk Middle East has been postponed for 2021 and will return to the Dubai World Trade Centre next year, 01-02 February, 2022.
According to event organisers, Hyve, with ongoing travel restrictions