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MACS adds South American options

June 2 - Through a connecting carrier arrangement with Seaboard Marine, MACS can now offer a new service option between Europe, the west coast of South America and Jamaica.

Conventional cargoes with a unit weight of up to 120 tonnes can now be shipped from Europe on the multipurpose ships that operate on MACS' transatlantic service; cargoes can be transhipped in Houston onto Seaboard Marine's fortnightly liner service to the west coast of South America and Jamaica.

In Europe cargo can be accepted in Immingham, Brake, Antwerp and Bilbao for shipment to Kingston, Guayaquil, Callao, Arica, Angamos and Valparaiso. MACS says that as the transhipment terminal in Houston is operated by Seaboard Marine, shippers can expect a high quality service, competitive rates and attractive shipping solutions.

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Damen ships multiple hulls with Boskalis

June 25 - Royal Boskalis Westminster’s heavy lift vessel Black Marlin has departed Shanghai loaded with 18 Concordia Damen hulls and a crane barge.
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FROM THE MAGAZINE: Road rules drive cargoes on to rail

June 24 - Germany is seeing more project cargoes switching to rail as road regulations are more strictly enforced, while in Russia the sheer distances involved ensure the economic advantages of rail, writes Yvonne Mulder.
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Duke steps up at Grieg Star

June 21 - Matt Duke is to succeed Camilla Grieg as ceo of Grieg Star, effective July 1, 2019. 
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