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Panalpina partners with Al Rushaid

December 21 - Panalpina has formed a joint venture with Saudi Arabia's Al Rushaid, combining its services in air and ocean freight, and Customs clearance, as well as warehousing and distribution.

Pending regulatory approval, the joint venture will operate as Panalpina Al Rushaid and plans to tap into the potential of the Saudi Arabian freight forwarding and logistics market. 

Through its subsidiaries and joint venture companies, Al Rushaid, which is one of the main suppliers of Saudi Aramco, provides a wide range of services to companies active in the oil and gas, manufacturing, construction, engineering, trading, commercial real estate and technology industries.

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Floating wind farms face infrastructure challenges

September 24 - Analysis of 96 European ports has revealed that only a few ports are capable of accommodating the quayside manufacturing and assembly required for building and operating large-scale floating offshore wind farms, says LOC Renewables.
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All change, but no change at AP Møller - Mærsk

September 20 - AP Møller - Mærsk (APMM) will maintain its Damco freight forwarding entity as a separate business under its own brand as part of a reorganisation that will see the Danish giant combine its ocean and supply chain offerings.
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