June 27 - Searoute International has announced that as "K" Line's Scottish liner agent it is now able to provide space on the shipping line's ro-ro service between Southampton, UK and Galveston, USA.
The service operates twice a month with a transit time of 11 days, and is suited for heavy and out-of-gauge cargoes, Searoute said in a statement.The K-Line service also calls at Veracruz, Jacksonville and Baltimore.
Höegh Autoliners has exercised its option to purchase the pure car truck carrier (PCTC) Höegh Trapper for USD53.2 million.
Total Movements has coordinated the transport of cargoes for an energy project from Mumbai to Altamira, Mexico.
Offshore installation contractor Cadeler has placed an order to build a second F-class jack-up vessel.
Freight forwarder Kuehne+Nagel (K+N) has put its first Boeing 747-8 freighter into operation as part of its long-term charter agreement with Atlas Air.
The OOG Network held its second annual general meeting (AGM) at the Fairmont Hotel in Monte Carlo from November 3-5.
Biofuel, produced from plants and other feedstocks to replace traditional fossil-based fuels, are gaining a foothold in the multipurpose and heavy lift shipping industry. Various trials are under way at a number of carriers.
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