September 30 - Heavy lift vessel Transshelf, which is owned and operated by Dockwise, has transported two nuclear-powered submarines along the Northern Sea Route, escorted by a Russian nuclear-powered icebreaker.
According to a report by the Barents Observer, the submarines were shipped from the Russian Pacific fleet's naval base in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, to waters outside Severodvinsk in the White Sea.
Karmsund Havn has ordered a second Liebherr LHM 550 mobile harbour crane for its Haugesund cargo terminal in Norway.
Sri Lanka-based Advantis Projects & Engineering has received seven Tata Signa 4018.S prime movers at its facility in Sedawatta.
The Netherlands-based C. Steinweg Group has added a Gottwald HMK 7608 type 7 mobile harbour crane to its fleet of heavy lifting equipment, as the company strengthens its focus on its breakbulk and project cargo business.
Volga-Dnepr Airlines and Leipzig/Halle Airport have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the aim to set up an emergency logistics/humanitarian hub at the German airport.
The Netherlands-based Symphony Shipping has ordered two newbuild Ecobox XL project cargo vessels from Ferus Smit Shipyards.
Time charter rates in the multipurpose shipping sector have significantly increased over the last month, according to the latest data from shipbroker Toepfer Transport.
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