September 1 - Direct Worldwide Logistics has shipped a brand new yacht from Xiamen, China to the Australian port of Newcastle.
The 15-tonne yacht, which had a total volume of 285 cu m, was shipped via Kaohsiung in Taiwan.
Direct Worldwide Logistics is a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN) in Australia.
In posting its results for 2022, Denmark’s DSV has reflected on another volatile year for the forwarding market. It predicted a continuing slowdown in volumes for the first half of 2023 and further consolidation in the coming years.
All Seas Shipping in Tunisia has transported four locomotive modules from Tunis port to their final jobsite in Casablanca.
Cargo Consolidators Agency has handled the delivery of cargoes from Trinidad to Suriname.
Apex Logistics International, part of Kuehne + Nagel (K+N), has received the last Boeing 747-8 freighter from Atlas Air.
USA-based heavy transport specialist HLI Rail & Rigging is working with GreenStream Sustainability Consulting to launch a climate strategy programme.
Multiple flood events contributed to an overall decrease in trade volumes at the port of Newcastle in Australia last year. Nevertheless, the port continued to support major projects in the region during 2022.
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