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Breakbulk down in Antwerp

July 14 - Despite handling over 108 million tonnes of cargo in the first six months of 2016 - 3.6 percent more than the same period of 2015 - the Port of Antwerp posted a 1.7 percent year-on-year decline in breakbulk cargo volumes to 4.7 million tonnes.

However, the Belgian port handled 3.7 million tonnes of steel in the reporting period, representing a 12.3 percent year-on-year increase.

Meanwhile, ro-ro volumes declined by 3.7 percent compared with the previous year to 2.3 million tonnes. The number of cars handled rose by 1.3 percent, however.

www.portofantwerp.com

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Fesco and RZD team up to link Europe and Asia

May 24 - Fesco Transportation Group and Russian Railways Logistics (RZD Logistics) are launching a Trans-Siberian multimodal service to expedite the delivery of goods from Japan to Europe via Russia.
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POSH to launch maritime training centre in Taiwan

May 24 - POSH Kerry Renewables – a joint venture of PACC Offshore Services Holding (POSH) and Kerry TJ Logistics – has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop Taiwan’s first specialised maritime training centre. 
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PPG restructures training course

May 24 - The Project Professionals Group (PPG) has restructured its project cargo forwarding training course into a one-day format.
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