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Asia News from March 2018

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Cargolux adds Narita link

March 28 - As part of its cooperation agreement with Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA), Cargolux has inaugurated a weekly flight from Luxembourg Airport to Narita International Airport in Japan.
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APL launches IP2

March 27 - APL has launched the India Pakistan Express 2 (IP2) service.
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Fesco and CJ Logistics team up

March 21 - Fesco has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with South Korea's CJ Logistics, part of the CJ Group, to implement joint logistics projects in Russia, Central Asia and Turkey.
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Sarens relocates crawler crane

March 20 - Sarens has permanently repositioned one of its 1,600-tonne capacity CC8800-1 lattice boom crawler cranes in India.
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Blue Water handles ship block

March 14 - Blue Water Shipping has transported a 870-tonne ship's hull block from Vung Tau, Vietnam to the port of Braila in Romania.
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ALE demonstrates floatover jacks

March 13 - ALE has installed one of the world's longest linkspan bridges using hydraulic floatover jacks in Gujarat, India.
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MSC adds ro-ro service

March 12 - MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company has introduced a ro-ro service from Turkey to Italy, primarily aimed at transporting trailers, containers, project and breakbulk cargo.
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Fagioli bridges the gap

March 2 - The Indonesian branch of Fagioli has completed the first part of the Jembatan Holtekamp Bridge installation project.
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