• From the mag USA 1

    USA gets to GRIP with power transmission


    The US government hopes to galvanise a wave of grid infrastructure investments with financial support and new legislation. Meanwhile, logisticians located well away from the seaboards are increasingly being called upon to move some of the heaviest loads, writes Gregory DL Morris.

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    South Korea: an Asian powerhouse at the crossroads


    South Korean manufacturers are having to adapt to a world of lower-cost competition, forcing project logisticians and multipurpose shipping lines to take stock. However, there are still opportunities as the coal-dependent nation redraws its energy mix. Chris Lewis reports.

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    Project Cargo Africa: a roadmap to future growth


    Raw materials exports, many of which are essential to the global energy transition, underpin many African economies and continue to generate project logistics activity. Turbulence in Europe has benefitted the continent too, writes Megan Ramsay.

  • UAL transports pipes for an LNG plant on its recommenced service to East Africa.

    Africa’s multipurpose operators face regional challenges


    Multipurpose carriers active on Africa’s Eastern and Western seaboards face distinctive challenges, the former having had to adopt a wait-and-see approach relating to delayed LNG projects that will generate large-scale project work, the latter facing significant competition from the container shipping business.  

  • Altius delivered a 176-tonne reactor to the Mutun steel plant project in Bolivia.

    South American project logistics markets keeps its feet amid volatility


    HLPFI’s last South America project logistics report suggested that 2023 would be a more stable year. That proved to be somewhat over-optimistic – but the community is keeping its feet amid turbulent currents, writes Megan Ramsay.

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    HLPFI meets: Eduardo Davila

    2024-02-14T09:49:00+00:00By Justin Archard

    “Your company is the first thing. It goes before your wife, it goes before your family, because it is so demanding. When your company is calling you, you cannot attend to anything else. At least that has been my way and my family have fortunately understood this.” Eduardo Davila, president of Joaquin Davila & Cie, spoke on his storied journey to Justin Archard.

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