February 20 - The last Concorde to fly has safely completed its journey to Aerospace Bristol, a new GBP19 million (USD23.65 million) museum that is opening this summer in Filton, near Bristol, UK.
February 17 - Citing the strongly deteriorated market conditions in the offshore energy sector and the resulting outlook, Royal Boskalis Westminster (Boskalis) will report a non-cash impairment charge...
February 17 - 280 axle lines of self-propelled modular transporters (SPMT) from Scheuerle, part of the Transporter Industry International (TII) Group, have been used to load components weighing 7,000 ...
February 17 - DP World's Group chairman and ceo has discussed the benefits of long-term partnerships between governments and the private sector for Senegal and other African nations.
February 17 - Maydon Wharf (MW), at the port of Durban, South Africa, has completed renovations at berths MW 1, 2, 13 and 14, with MACS Maritime Carrier Shipping's Bright Sky marking the completion as...
February 17 - Altius has transported various items of breakbulk and project cargo from China and Taiwan to Peru, for the Talara Refinery Modernisation Project (PMRT).
February 17 - Hanjin Shipping has been declared bankrupt by the Seoul Central District Court earlier today, after suffering from rising debt amid a slowdown in the global shipping market.
February 16 - Mutual insurance association, The Shipowners' Club has issued advice for anyone planning to undertake a charter party with an unfamiliar entity and wants to ensure the charterer will pay...
February 16 - The International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA), the umbrella organisation for global freight forwarder associations, has commented on the value of free trade, tr...
February 16 - Holleman Bulgaria has transported three engine shafts from Romania to Germany.
February 16 - MGL Cargo Services has appointed Jean Sadek as head of its Project Department.
February 16 - The South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) reported an 8 percent increase in container volume since its fiscal year began in July 2016.
February 16 - From March 4, NileDutch, the container and breakbulk specialist in West Africa, will be providing a vessel for its existing FEWA (Far East - West Africa) service.
February 15 - Tradelossa has completed the installation of components using a 570-tonne capacity strand jack lifting system at the Empalme I combined-cycle power plant in Sonora, Mexico.
Consolidation was the word on everybody's lips at the Breakbulk Americas 2016 exhibition held from September 26-29 in Houston, USA. Annie Roberts reports from the show.
Annie Roberts speaks to Grant Wattman, president and chief executive of Agility Project Logistics, about the state of the project forwarding market at the moment and his outlook on the industry's future.