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.
SAL Renewables has changed its name Atheleon, in response to the growing importance of the wind energy industry.
Australia and New Zealand have implemented seasonal measures to control the brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) invasion.
Crosby Group’s acquisition of Kito took another step forward with the companies receiving regulatory clearance to complete a merger.
Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) is diversifying its transportation and logistics services with the development of an air cargo arm.
Truck and power system manufacturer Scania UK has named Chris Newitt as managing director. The group also outlined its decarbonisation strategy.
BOA said that its semi-submersible heavy transport barge will be available in the Shanghai-Singapore area from December 2022.
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