“K” Line Car Carrier starts the year with three calls in the Port of Santander

Feb 7, 2020    Supply Chain

The Japanese shipping company “K” Line Car Carrier, represented exclusively by BERGÉ, will, as part of its fortnightly service, called at the Port of Santander on 28 January with its Durban Highway cargo ship, giving Spanish companies access to the Asian market once again. It will be the first of three calls scheduled for the port until the end of February.

NYK establishes first exclusive RORO Terminal in Egypt

Feb 5, 2020    Supply Chain

NYK, together with Bolloré Africa Logistics (Bolloré) and Toyota Tsusho Corporation (Toyota Tsusho), has signed an agreement with the General Authority for the Suez Canal Economic Zone to set up and operate a dedicated automotive terminal at East Port Said in Egypt.

GPA unveils major expansions

Feb 5, 2020    Supply Chain

At the Georgia Foreign Trade Conference, Griff Lynch, Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority, announced the acquisition of 145 contiguous acres to the Port of Savannah, or more than 1 million twenty-foot equivalent container units in annual capacity.

NYK to build second LNG-fueled PCTC

Feb 4, 2020    Supply Chain

NYK has concluded a contract with Shin Kurushima Dockyard Co. Ltd. to build a second LNG-fueled pure car and truck carrier (PCTC). With this new vessel, NYK will be able to provide more customers with a low-carbon transportation mode, and the company will continue its efforts to reduce its environmental load and contribute to the realization of a sustainable society.

Sven Raudszus becomes Regional CEO Asia Pacific (APAC) of Hellmann Worldwide Logistics

Feb 4, 2020    Supply Chain

As of March 1, 2020 Sven Raudszus will be taking over the position of Regional CEO Asia Pacific (APAC) at Hellmann Worldwide Logistics. He will be responsible for the operative and strategic business within the Asia Pacific region, including South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

Tata Steel heralds sustainability strategy for the 
future of the automotive sector

Feb 3, 2020    Supply Chain

Tata Steel has outlined a future-facing strategy that will move the company into the next era for manufacturing in the automotive industry.

DB Cargo buys 50 Toshiba hybrid locomotives

Jan 30, 2020    Supply Chain

Deutsche Bahn (DB) is making rail freight transport even more environmentally friendly. Following the successful feasibility study on the joint development of a new hybrid locomotive, DB Cargo is now ordering the first 50 locomotives. The freight operating company will lease another 50 locomotives. Preparation of series assembly of the locomotives starts in 2021 at DB Cargo's maintenance depot in Rostock.

Renault Trucks to research Reuse and Recycling channel for Vehicle Parts

Jan 29, 2020    Supply Chain

To contribute to the circular economy and extend the service life of its products, Renault Trucks is launching, with Indra, a preliminary study into introducing a reuse and recycling channel for end-of-life heavy goods vehicle parts. This study is being conducted with the financial support of the ADEME.

Siemens' Capital software helps Groupe PSA digitalise aftersales documentation

Jan 29, 2020    Supply Chain

Siemens announced that Siemens' Capital software electrical design product for its automotive aftersales documentation has been selected by Groupe PSA, the second largest car manufacturer in Europe.

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