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.
Hapag-Lloyd has added to its West African network with the opening of an office in Dakar, Senegal.
Four polyethylene reactors, the largest of which weighed 227 tons (206 tonnes), have moved through DP World’s Jebel Ali Port in the UAE.
The port of New Orleans (Port NOLA) and the port of Caddo-Bossier worked together to transport 300 steel coils along the Mississippi River in the USA.
Volga-Dnepr and Airbus are in discussions over an A350 freighter conversion programme.
The British International Freight Association (BIFA) has reported that rates in the container shipping market are likely to remain high and could possibly increase, with little change expected for coming months or possibly years.
North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation (NQBP) has completed the AUD2.4 million (USD1.8 million) project to extend wharf one at the port of Mackay in Australia.
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