AMPORTS expands its acreage at JAXPORT with new long-term lease

Jul 8, 2019    Supply Chain

The Governing Board of the Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) approved two new long-term agreements with AMPORTS, one of the largest automobile processors in North America, significantly expanding the company’s lease space at the port in Jacksonville, Florida (USA).

ARS Altmann and ICL implement first train from China to Gent to service Volvo

Jul 4, 2019    Supply Chain

Representatives of Volvo, the automotive logistics company ARS Altmann AG and other participating service providers celebrated the arrival of the first train with Volvo vehicles from China at the railway terminal at the Kluizendock in Gent, Belgium.

Grimaldi Group completes installation of Corvus Energy ‘mega batteries’ in groundbreaking retrofit projects

Jul 4, 2019    Supply Chain

Corvus Energy announced that the company has completed the installation of a 5,5 MWh battery energy storage systems (ESS) for each of the two Ro-Pax cruise ferries “Cruise Barcelona” and “Cruise Roma” owned and operated by Italian Grimaldi Group.

Delphi's new multi-charge ignition coils deliver OE technology

Jul 4, 2019    Supply Chain

To meet the growing aftermarket demand, Delphi Technologies, a leading global supplier of advanced ignition systems, is launching two new OE ignition coils, featuring its proven multi-charge technology.

New energy-efficient RoRo MV Traviata named at Oslo ceremony

Jul 3, 2019    Supply Chain

New energy-efficient deep-sea RoRo vessel MV Traviata has been officially named at a ceremony in Oslo by Norwegian Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Soreide. Guests including the Norwegian Foreign Minister and representatives from the investor and financial community attended the naming ceremony of MV Traviata – the new post-Panamax HERO vessel.

Continued rail investment at the Port of Southampton accelerates air quality improvements

Jul 3, 2019    Supply Chain

A project to lengthen the tracks at the Port of Southampton’s Solent Rail Terminal has completed and aims to reduce lorry movements in the city by 180,000 each year.

Imperial Logistics expands the scope of work for VDL Nedcar

Jul 2, 2019    Supply Chain

The European road transport arm of Imperial Logistics has significantly increased its business with Dutch independent car manufacturer VDL Nedcar, following a renewal of its previous contract to operate trailers carrying automotive components between the company’s plant at Born (Netherlands) and southern England.

Third Schuler servo press delivered to Swedish automotive supplier Gnotec

Jul 2, 2019    Supply Chain

In 2015, Schuler delivered the first monoblock servo press for Scandinavia: a type MSD 400 machine for Gnotec. Due to its technical possibilities the Swedish automotive supplier could expand its business significantly. With a MSD 800, Schuler is now handing over the third servo press to Gnotec in four years.

APL Logistics VASCOR Automotive expands rail wagon fleet with delivery of sixteenth rake

Jul 1, 2019    Supply Chain

APL Logistics VASCOR Automotive, a leading rail-based automotive logistics provider in India, has taken delivery of its sixteenth rake of specialised rail wagons.

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