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Seaports of Niedersachsen flies the flag in Bremen and Antwerp

May 17 - Seaports of Niedersachsen, which represents the nine Lower Saxony seaports, has taken its message to two key industry shows to fly the flag for the northern German seaports.

The body will be represented May 18 - 20 at the RORO Exhibition in Bremen and on the same dates at the Breakbulk Transportation Conference & Exhibition in Antwerp.

This follows attendance last month by the Seaports of Niedersachsen at the TransRussia show in Moscow in Russia where the organisation shared a stand with bremenports.

Meanwhile, the ports of Brake, Emden, Nordenham, Leer, Papenburg, Stade, Cuxhaven, Oldenburg and Wilhelmshaven, which make up Seaports of Niedersachsen, moved 11.1 million tonnes of cargo in Q1 2010, including heavy lift loads.

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ALE executes pit move

October 18 - ALE has lifted and transported a sulphur storage facility for the Lindsey Oil Refinery in the UK.
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Bichowski joins AMT

October 18 - Switzerland-headquartered logistics and supply chain specialist AMT has appointed Frank Bichowski as its chief commercial and operations officer.
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STS cranes arrive in Charleston

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DPDHL and Total target sustainable logistics

October 18 - Deutsche Post DHL Group (DPDHL Group) and Total have signed a strategic cooperation agreement to strengthen their collaboration on sustainable mobility, low-carbon energies, logistics and transport services.
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