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Russia & CIS News from April 2015

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Large cranes take to the rails

April 30 - April 30 - Alexander Global Logistics (AGL) and Columbia Pro-Rail Transport Services have worked together to transport a number of large cranes from south China to Siberia.
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AGL conquers Russian roads

April 30 - April 30 - Alexander Global Logistics (AGL) has transported a number of units for a steel factory project, weighing up to 100 tonnes each, from Germany to a site in south Russia.
Views: 819
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Blue Water signs important Baku contract

April 29 - April 29 - Blue Water Shipping has signed a contract with Baku Shipyard covering the transport of two hull sections from Singapore to the new Azerbaijan yard.
Views: 805
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Panalpina adds Baku calls

April 28 - April 28 - Panalpina is adding calls to Baku, Azerbaijan with scheduled chartered flights operated by Silk Way West Airlines and flying between Luxembourg and Shanghai.
Views: 915
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Nurminen on a paper roll

April 21 - April 21 - Nurminen Logistics has transported a number of paper machine rolls to various countries within Europe so far this year.
Views: 748
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Dealextrans in mining move

April 16 - April 16 - Belarus based Dealextrans has coordinated the transport of 17 heavy mining machines to Zimbabwe.
Views: 796
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Good start to year at St Petersburg

April 15 - April 15 - In the first quarter of 2015 the Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg (SP SPb) handled 2 million tonnes of cargo, an increase of 5 percent compared with the same period in 2014.
Views: 421
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Final nail for Polet?

April 14 - April 14 - Russia's federal air transport agency, Rosaviatsiya, has cancelled Polet Airline's air operator's certificate (AOC).
Views: 578
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GCS in year-long Iraq project

April 13 - April 13 - Transcontainer and Ruscon - two divisions of the GCS Group - are taking part in a year-long project to transport machinery via the Black Sea port of Novorossiysk for a thermal power station being built in Harta, Iraq.
Views: 1168
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Two tanks arrive at ITER

April 10 - April 10 - Two 20-tonne emergency tanks destined for use in the ITER detritiation system have been delivered to the project site in the south of France.
Views: 790
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RZDL buys stake in LNT

April 9 - April 9 - Russian Railways Logistics (RZDL) has purchased a 50 percent stake in Latvian rail freight company Liepajas Naftas Tranzits (LNT) through its affiliated partner RZDL Multimodal.
Views: 692
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Globalink flies helicopters

April 9 - April 9 - Globalink's airfreight division has handled the transportation of three helicopters from their manufacturing site in Donauw
Views: 845
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Unusual passenger for Volga-Dnepr

April 8 - April 8 - German world champion biathlete Erik Lesser has flown, along with a consignment of sports equipment, from Finland to Russia onboard one of Volga-Dnepr's IL-76TD-90VD freighters.
Views: 581
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ABC adds LA

April 2 - April 2 - AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) has added twice-weekly flights to Los Angeles to its North American freighter schedule, connecting the US West Coast with its global network.
Views: 874
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ABC adds Vietnam to network

April 1 - April 1 - AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) is extending its global network to Vietnam with the launch of twice-weekly freighter services from Hanoi, beginning today, April 1.
Views: 874
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Shipping confidence slides again

April 1 - April 1 - Overall confidence in the shipping industry fell to its lowest level for two and a half years during the three months up to February 2015, according to Moore Stephens' latest Shipping Confidence Survey.
Views: 701

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