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Van Uden Maritime resumes ro-ro service for Libya

October 31 - Starting next month, Van Uden Ro-Ro will re-commence regular sailings from Northern Europe to the Libyan ports of Benghazi and Misurata.

From the loading ports of Antwerp, Belgium; Bremerhaven, Germany; and Immingham, UK; Van Uden Ro-Rosays that it will accept all types of rolling cargo for Libya, including cars, trucks, trailers, high and heavy equipment, project cargo and mafi trailers.

Van Uden Ro-Ro's service also calls at the ports of Alexandria, Egypt; Beirut, Lebanon; Latakia, Syria; Limassol, Cyprus; Mersin; Turkey; and Djen-Djen, Algeria.

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Steel shipment for Alistair

April 2 - Alistair Group has transported steel structures from Durban, South Africa to Kolwezi in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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Boskalis issues Covid-19 update

April 2 - Royal Boskalis Westminster has suspended crew and project staff rotations in response to the outbreak of Covid-19, but cargo is still moving.
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A bleak economic picture

April 2 - As a result of the coronavirus outbreak, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has revised its growth forecasts for countries across the world.
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Mitchell promoted at Crane Worldwide

April 1 - Chris Mitchell has been promoted at Crane Worldwide Logistics and he will now manage the company’s activities in the Middle East region.
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