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Allseas is UN-approved supplier

April 7 - Following its authorisation as a supplier to the UK Ministry of Defence, Allseas Global Logistics has now secured the United Nations' Approved Supplier Status for its commitment to the humanitarian aid and relief sector.

"Following recent humanitarian aid and disaster relief efforts, we have focused resources and effort on detailed registration and accreditation procedures," said group commercial manager, Mark Binge.

"There is an awful lot of work to be done in the humanitarian, air and relief side of things," added Allseas' business development manager, Carl Clark. "We are looking to use Allseas' years of experience not just in heavy lift but in general logistics to push ourselves into this very specialised area."

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Contargo combats low water levels

July 23 - Contargo has adapted its barges to cope with the low water levels that have plagued the River Rhine and reduced the volume of cargo that can be transported on the waterway.
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Hellmann bridges the gap

July 23 - Hellmann Worldwide Logistics has coordinated the delivery of two fully assembled seaport passenger boarding bridges (SPBB) from Spain to Sydney, Australia.
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Van Wieren expands with Nooteboom

July 22 - The Netherlands-based Van Wieren Special has expanded its trailer fleet with two Euro-PX low-loaders from Nooteboom.
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Hulst steps up at Pecém

July 22 - Corné Hulst has been named as operational director at the port of Pecém, Brazil.
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