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Flinter Aland named and launched

May 18 - Flinter Aland has been christened and launched at Shipyard Ferus Smit in Westerbroek.

This 11,000 tonne, multi-purpose, 1A ice-class vessel is being built for Flinter and was christened by Mrs Kornelia Engelken, spouse of Heinrich Engelken, the deputy chairman of Bremer Landesbank

Flinter is a rapidly-growing Dutch shipping company with the head office in Barendrecht. Its activities include commercial management of a fleet of multi-purpose and container ships varying from 1,100 to 11,000 tonnes, which can carry all kinds of dry cargo. 

In addition to planning, coordination and supervision, Flinter can provide all relevant services to other ship owners, including crew, technical and fleet management. 

By the end of this year, Flinter says it will have a fleet of more than 50 vessels. 

Flinter Aland is the fifth of five 11,000 ton vessels with final delivery planned in mid-June 2011.

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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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