According to MarketScreener's report yesterday, Wallenius Wilhelmsen is to reactivate 3 more vessels that have been in cold lay-up in order to replace short-term time charter capacity. The reduction in
Wallenius Wilhelmsen is developing the world's first full-scale RoRo ship, Orcelle Wind. But in today’s world of cost focus and just-in-time logistics, could wind actually be an option for reaching
Oslo, 5 January 2021 – Wallenius Wilhelmsen has decided to reactivate up to 9 of its 16 vessels that are currently in cold layup. Reactivation will take place during Q1
Wallenius Wilhelmsen ships Tesla's first shipments of China-made cars to Europe.
The electric vehicles are manufactured in China and shipped from the port of Shanghai, destined for the European market.
ALS has announced that together with Norsea they are investing further in the onshore and offshore renewables sector by launching a new logistics company Elevon to focus on supporting the
In response to the drop in demand and overcapacity in Wallenius Wilhelmsen’s fleet, they have recycled four ships and put 10 vessels into ‘cold lay-up’, temporarily taking them out
Wallenius Wilhelmsen are taking precautionary steps to adjust their operations and safeguard their liquidity as the shipping company prepares “for a challenging time ahead” as a result of the Covid-19