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New heads for Scheuerle and Kamag

June 19 - Susanne Schlegel and Andreas Kohler have taken up their positions as the new managing directors of Scheuerle Fahrzeugfabrik GmbH in Pfedelbach and the Ulm-based Kamag Transporttechnik GmbH & Co KG, both part of the TII Group (Transporter Industr

Kohler has worked for TII Group for many years and recently headed the Technology and Development divisions of both Scheuerle and Kamag. He succeeds Thomas Riek.

Schlegel was most recently a board member at Schuler Pressen GmbH & Co. KG, Göppingen, and is now responsible for commercial affairs at Scheuerle and Kamag. Ms Schlegel follows in the footsteps of Ulrich Bochtlerwho is retiring at the end of this month.

Scheuerle and Kamag develop and produce heavy-duty transporters for moving large and heavy loads by road and on-site at industrial companies. Heavy construction equipment, gigantic components for wind-power plants as well as complete industrial installations with weights ranging from 60 to 16,000 tonnes and more are not a problem for the innovative vehicle concepts of both specialists, says the Tii Group.

Scheuerle and Kamag are joined by French sister company Nicolas in the group of Heilbronn entrepreneur, Otto Rettenmaier.

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Bilbao gains Norwegian connection

October 22 - Finnlines, part of the Grimaldi Group, has added a port call in Norway to its Biscay service between Bilbao, Spain and St. Petersburg, Russia. 
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Scot Explorer launched in Hoogezand

October 22 - Scotline Marine Holdings’ 4,800 dwt vessel Scot Explorer has been christened and launched at the Royal Bodewes Shipyard in Hoogezand, the Netherlands.
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Wangfoong rescue on track

October 22 - Wangfoong Transportation has been involved in a complex salvage operation in Hong Kong, where it helped to recover three derailed trains.
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ZPMC delivers for Hutchison Port Sohar

October 22 - ZPMC’s heavy lift vessel Zhen Hua 19 has delivered two remote-controlled quay cranes and six rubber-tyred gantry cranes to Hutchison Port Sohar’s terminal in Oman.
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