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Europe News from December 2008

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World's smallest shipment?

December 31 - December 31 - Having spent the last 12 months reporting on the biggest items of cargoes, we end 2008 with the heart-warming story of what could well be the world's smallest shipment!
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Fairstar Fjell named

December 19 - December 19 - Fairstar Heavy Transport NV (FAIR) held the naming ceremony of its second heavy transport vessel Fjell in Malta on Friday.
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MacGregor gets orders

December 17 - December 17 - Cargotec's MacGregor business has received orders worth close to EUR 30 million from China for ten shipsets of cranes, hatch covers and fixed container fittings for delivery in 2010-2011.
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UN General Assembly adopts new cargo rules

December 17 - December 17 - The United Nations General Assembly adopted the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Carriage of Goods Wholly or Partly by Sea on 11 December 2008.
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Gevelco-companies change name into Broekman

December 15 - December 15 - After the expansion of Broekman Group's participation in Gevelco to 100 0n January 2007, the names of the various parts will be changed.
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Heavy lift mini seminars planned

December 8 - December 08 - Young engineers are set to benefit from a series of Heavylift mini-seminars delivered by industry veteran Richard Krabbendam.
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The SAL Trina

December 2 - December 02 - The SAL Trina was commissioned late November 2008.
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