May 3 - The Port of Eastport, Maine, USA,, has welcomed a shipment of wind turbine blades that could be the first of many as the burgeoning wind energy industry gathers speed.
Blue Water Shipping has appointed Franziska Inman to its Houston team as business development vice president.
Baggio Transportes coordinated the delivery a 127-ton (115.2-tonne) plate mill roll from the USA to Brazil for a steel producer.
Trailer manufacturers Scheuerle and Kamag – part of the TII Group – have reported signs of an increase in demand for wind projects in North America. As a result, demand for specialised transport solutions are also on the rise.
Nanjing Jinling shipyard in China has started construction of Finnlines’ second hybrid ro-ro vessel. The first steel plates were cut on September 16, 2020.
Luxembourg-headquartered Cargolux has added a weekly all-cargo flight to Shenzhen in China.
The Port of Duluth-Superior, USA, has reported a 31 percent decline in total tonnage moving through the port as of August 31, compared with the same period in 2019. Wind energy shipments, however, are on the rise.
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