The HLPFI editorial team looks back on 2015 and assesses what 2016 might have in store for the heavy lift and project forwarding sector.
February 10 - Martin Bencher has opened an office in Bangkok, Thailand, which will be headed up by country manager Michael Parham.
February 10 - Höegh Autoliners's vessel Höegh Antwerp has made its first call at India's Pipavav Port, which is operated by APM Terminals.
February 9 - McIntosh Heavy Logistics, part of McIntosh Plant Hire, has invested in a MAN TGX 41.640 tractor unit with a new 15.2 litre D38 engine to assist with its work in the oil and gas industry.
February 9 - Ceva Logistics has appointed Fuat Adoran to head up its Balkan, Middle East and Africa cluster.
February 9 - A new interactive map - RiskMap - has been launched so that shipowners and managers can easily view what security threats a country poses to shipping lines.
February 8 - Cilegon headquartered GTA Construction has entered into a cooperation agreement with heavy transport and rigging specialist ALE Heavy Lift Indonesia.
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