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.
Ceva Logistics has set up an ocean station in Laem Chabang, Thailand, to boost its offering in the region.
Germany-based Universal Transport has ordered 62 THP/SL-S (285) axle lines from Goldhofer.
Siemens Gamesa, MHI Vestas, Blue Water Shipping, the Dockers Union and the port of Esbjerg have teamed up to implement an improved safety initiative at the Danish port.
Nanjing Jinling shipyard in China has started construction of Finnlines’ second hybrid ro-ro vessel. The first steel plates were cut on September 16, 2020.
Trailer manufacturers Scheuerle and Kamag – part of the TII Group – have reported signs of an increase in demand for wind projects in North America. As a result, demand for specialised transport solutions are also on the rise.
Luxembourg-headquartered Cargolux has added a weekly all-cargo flight to Shenzhen in China.
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