June 27 - The Port Sudan-headquartered, Darka group of companies has handled the transport of equipment destined for the UN's peace keeping forces from Mombasa, Kenya to Juba in South Sudan.
Approximately 1,000 cu m of vehicles and generators were delivered some 1,600 km by road with three of Darka Group of companies' offices in Port Sudan, Juba and Mombasa all involved.
Finland’s port of Kaskinen has started to receive shipments of wind turbine components.
Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA) has taken delivery of a 200-tonne capacity well wagon, which will be used to transport abnormal loads such as turbines for the construction of the Julius Nyerere hydroelectric power plant, reports HLPFI’s sister publication Railway Gazette.
Multiple flood events contributed to an overall decrease in trade volumes at the port of Newcastle in Australia last year. Nevertheless, the port continued to support major projects in the region during 2022.
The Netherlands-based Spliefhoff Group has taken delivery of Brouwersgracht – the first of two DP2 B-type vessels – from the Mawei shipyard in China. Its sistership, Bloemgracht, is expected to be delivered in about three months’ time.
Apex Logistics International, part of Kuehne + Nagel (K+N), has received the last Boeing 747-8 freighter from Atlas Air.
USA-based heavy transport specialist HLI Rail & Rigging is working with GreenStream Sustainability Consulting to launch a climate strategy programme.
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