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Consortium to develop ro-ro terminal in Port Saïd 

January 20 - Bolloré Transport & Logistics, Toyota Tsusho Corporation (TTC) and Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) plan to invest USD150 million to develop and operate a ro-ro terminal in Port Saïd, Egypt. 
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Somers launches ACE 54

January 2 - Philippe Somers has launched ACE 54 Project Management – a Dubai-headquartered company that will enable niche and medium-sized international project forwarders to participate in African door-to-door tenders.
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Stolberg loses appeal

December 20 - German press reports state that Niels Stolberg, the former chief executive of Beluga Shipping, has lost his appeal against a 42-month prison sentence.
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Antwerp moves ahead on carbon capture

December 18 - A consortium at the port of Antwerp is to carry out a feasibility study into the development of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) infrastructure as the port works toward reducing its environmental footprint.
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CS Wind places Kalmar order 

December 6 - Kalmar will supply CS Wind Vietnam with two Super Gloria reachstackers, each with a lifting capacity of 100 tons (90.7 tonnes). 
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Sobering picture from DHL’s GTB

December 6 - The DHL Global Trade Barometer (GTB) indicates that world trade will contract over the next three months.
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UECC secures green financing 

December 2 - United European Car Carriers (UECC) has secured a “green” financing package for three of its newbuild pure car truck carriers (PCTC) on order with China Ship Building Trading and Jiangnan Shipyard Group.
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