August 15 - In the UK after eight years at Allseas Global Logistics, most recently as global project manager, Des Nott has moved to the Kestrel Group as breakbulk and project specialist - southern region.
Commenting on the appointment, Andy Thorne, Kestrel Group's ceo said: "Des is well known in the industry and brings 21 years of experience to the business. "We've recently purchased a new office at the Port of Felixstowe where Des will be located."
The South Jersey Port Corporation (SJPC) closed out 2021 with an all-time record-breaking cargo volume of 4.6 million tons, a 54 percent increase over 2020.
The UK’s port of Blyth has ordered its first fully electric mobile harbour crane (MHC) – a Konecranes Gottwald ESP.6.
UK-based Denholm Project Forwarding has transported beer production equipment from Liverpool to Manchester in cooperation with Germany’s LS Cargo Logistics.
Stephanie Lüning has been promoted to director of tendering and marketing at Bertling Logistics.
Oil and gas decommissioning work is expected to ramp up in the next decade. Dutch contractor Heerema is set to benefit, having been awarded an integrated engineering, preparation, removal, and disposal (EPRD) decommissioning contract for multiple North Sea oil platforms by Petrogas E&P Netherlands.
My Therese Blank has been appointed as a director of Shipping Australia. She is currently Maersk Group’s head of Oceania and has responsibility for ocean business in Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands.
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