Logistics

Port of Nansha to build new mega-warehouse complex

Port of Nansha to build new mega-warehouse complex

Published on Jul 20th, 2020

 

Not satisfied with just being one of the world’s five busiest container ports, the Port of Nansha in southern China is building a mega-warehouse complex that will include six eight-storey buildings, for a combined storage capacity of nearly 500,000 tons, according to a report by Ajot 100. Phase one of the new construction port will be completed by March 2021.

Kloosterboer starts construction of Cool Port II

Kloosterboer starts construction of Cool Port II

Published on Jul 16th, 2020

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New state-of-the-art fully automated high-rise cold-storage facility at City Terminal Rotterdam

Largest container ship in the world calls on Port of Antwerp

Largest container ship in the world calls on Port of Antwerp

Published on Jun 15th, 2020
© Port of Antwerp
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The container ship HMM Algeciras arrived at the Port of Antwerp last Thursday night to load and unload containers at the North Sea Terminal of container handler PSA. It is the newest and largest container ship in the world.

Coronavirus reduces global demand for containers

Coronavirus reduces global demand for containers

Published on May 20th, 2020

 

Danish shipping giant Maersk has predicted that shipping volumes will drop by as much as 25% in the second quarter of 2020 as a direct result of the impact of the current pandemic on global trade. Nevertheless, in a statement, CEO Søren Skou said Maersk is “strongly positioned to weather the storm”. Indeed, the firm posted a profit of US$197 million for the first quarter of 2020. 

LCL continues expansion in Netherlands market

TX Logistik doubles number of round trips for Coop in Sweden

TX Logistik doubles number of round trips for Coop in Sweden

Published on Apr 21st, 2020
© TX Logistik, Jens Albinus
Troisdorf, 20 April 2020 –

TX Logistik AG, a company specialized in Europe-wide transport services and part of the Italian railway group Polo Mercitalia (FS Italiane Group), has expanded its rail freight traffic in Sweden. As of 6 April, the number of trains between Bro (Stockholm) and Malmo for the Swedish retail chain Coop was increased from 10 to 20 per week. The connection is used to supply foodstuffs to the supermarkets in the south of the country.

No slowdown foreseen at Europe’s major ports

Maersk “committed to guaranteeing supply chain”

Intelligent Delivery and Primafrio sign partnership

Intelligent Delivery and Primafrio sign partnership

Published on Mar 04th, 2020

Ermua-based company Intelligent Delivery (ID), a pioneer in Click & Collect solutions in the Iberian Peninsula, has signed an agreement with Primafrio, a leading European fresh produce transportation to develop better logistics for the sector. For Primafrio Group, the move represents a further step in its commitment to new technologies, horizontal diversification within the logistics sector and the development of transport solutions that minimise environmental impact, in line with its CSR policy.

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