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Asia News from February 2009

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Deltamarin wins contract from COOEC in China

February 27 - February -27- The China Offshore Oil Engineering Co., Ltd (COOEC) has awarded the Finnish engineering company Deltamarin Ltd the Basic Design and Engineering Contract for their 50,000 DWT Semi-Submersible Self-Propelled Heavy Lift Vessel (SSHLV 50000 DWT)
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AN-124 on line in Delhi

February 27 - February -27- An Antonov Airlines AN-124 delivered the first Bombardier Movia Metro to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) for its Phase II expansion. It was transported directly from Germany to India and arrived in a media scrum at Delhi airport.
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Coordinated efforts in JAXPORT

February 26 - February -26- Expert support from blue chip names from across the industry was required during a recent shipment of more than 15,000 tonnes of heavy industry equipment through the Port of Jacksonville's Talleyrand Marine Terminal, says JAXPORT terminal di
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Cargo going off the rails in China?

February 26 - February -26- Moving heavy and over-dimensional cargoes by rail in China can be a complicated, frustrating experience but perseverance can bring rewards, according to operators active in the region.
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GAC strengthens Gujarat presence

February 25 - February -25- GAC India has strengthened its presence in India's Gujarat region with the addition of a new logistics office in Vadodara.
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WCA award for Indian forwarder

February 25 - February -25-Mumbai-based project freight forwarder Tulsidas Khimji Pvt. Ltd. (TKPL) has been voted top agent of the year 2008 by the WCA Family of Logistics Networks.
Views: 860
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ALE Projects sees light of day

February 23 - February -23-Abnormal Load Engineering (ALE) of the UK has formed a new company - ALE Projects - to combine the current heavy lifting and international projects divisions. ALE Projects will focus on international heavy lifting and transport projects.
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Heavy roller on its way to China

February 20 - February -20- Hamburg-based general and project cargo specialist, Rickmers-Linie, has sent a 250 tonne roller on its way from Germany to China.
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BSLE Malta expands into India

February 19 - February -19- BLSE Malta is expanding its breakbulk services to the Indian sub continent, with regular calls at Mumbai and Chennai / Mundra on inducement.
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Breakbulk Asia Transportation Conference & Exhibition

February 16 - February -16- Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International magazine readers who are attending the BreakBulk Asia Exhibition at the Suntec, Singapore on February 17 and 18 are invited to visit the stands of the exhibitors at the show as listed below.
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New WWL Chennai office supports emerging India market

February 16 - February -16-WWL has established Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (India) Private Limited in Chennai to enable it to be more active in responding to OEM's requests for logistics solutions.
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Combi Dock III named

February 16 - February -16- The Combi Dock III, the third of a series of 11,000 dwt multipurpose tweendeckers with three electro-hydraulic cranes offering a single lift capacity of up to 350 and 700 tonnes, has been named at in Bremerhaven.
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AFP cements success with project shipment to Tanzania

February 10 - February -10- Durban-based project cargo forwarder Access Freight Projects (AFP) has been involved in the delivery of a cement plant ex Mumbai to Tanga, Tanzania on behalf of a Kenyan mining and cement manufacturer.
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'Bahrain gateway' looking forward to April opening

February 6 - February 06 - The newly-developed Khalifa bin Salman port (KBSP) in Bahrain, dubbed the Bahrain gateway, which was scheduled to come into operation in January, will now commence operations in April.
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First Breakbulk Asia event around the corner

February 6 - February 06 - Just two weeks before the start of the first Breakbulk Asia Transportation Conference and Exhibition which will be held at the Suntec Singapore international Convention and Exhibition Centre, 17 and 18 February.
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Eurosib-Logistics in production line move

February 6 - February 06 - Eurosib-Logistics, the Russian member of the Project Professionals Group (PPG), has completed the shipment of a production line for car radiators from Japan and China to Nizhny Novgorod in Russia.
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GAC Group remains confident

February 4 - February 2009 - At a recent meeting in Dubai of almost 250 GAC company managers and partners from around the world delegates were told that the company is not deviating from its positive five-year growth strategy.
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The Freight Co unveils new image

February 2 - February 2 - The Freight Co Ltd, has unveiled a new website showing its new corporate i.d. / logo which can be seen at www.the-freight.com
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