May 3 - Ramps Logistics of Trinidad and Tobago has become the 181st member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN).
Established in 1985, Ramps Logistics now employs 51 staff and offers a wide range of logistics services including out-of-gauge and project cargo shipping, vessel and aircraft charters, and specialised cargo handling.
Belgium’s Aprojects has acquired Germany’s Trans-Trading Internationale Spedition.
The viability of electronic bills of lading (EBLs) is increasing at pace. Their implementation could have a number of benefits, including cost savings, better security, and a lower risk of fraud, all of which have intensified during the pandemic.
“K” Line has loaded a 120-ton (108.9-tonne) unit onboard its ro-ro vessel Polaris Highway at the port of Barcelona in Spain.
Abu Dhabi Ports Group has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the General Company for Ports of Iraq (GCPI) to promote increased cooperation between the two organisations.
The port of Blyth in the UK has launched a GBP1 million (USD1.4 million) wind turbine training facility.
Drydocks World in the UAE – a DP World company – is building a South Yard facility, which will be dedicated to new building projects in the oil and gas and renewable energy sector.
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