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Monthly Archives: March 2007

Eurogate volumes increase by 4%

Eurogate, Europe’s leading container terminal logistics group, increased its container volumes throughout Europe by 4% in 2006, from 12.1m teu to 12.5m teu. Read More »

NEMO to serve NZ/Australia

CMA CGM has launched a New Europe Mascarene Oceania (NEMO) service, which will link northern Europe and the Mediterranean with the Indian Ocean islands of Reunion and Mauritius, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Sri Lanka and Saudi Arabia. Read More »

Joint port development project for GA/SC

The Governors of Georgia and South Carolina, Sonny Perdue and Mark Sanford, have announced a proposal for a port at a site on the Savannah River in Jasper County (SC) that would be owned, developed and jointly operated by the two states. Read More »

GreenCarrier acquires Corneel Geerts

The Gothenburg-headquartered logistics specialist GreenCarrier has acquired Corneel Geerts International Transport Sverige AB, the Swedish subsidiary of Transportgroup Corneel Geerts, which is headquartered in Belgium. No financial details have been released. Read More »

Name change for Konecranes

Konecranes has changed the name of its parent company from KCI Konecranes Plc to Konecranes Plc, effective today, March 16, 2007. The company’s code on the OMX Helsinki Stock Exchange has also been changed, from KCI1V to KCR1V. Trading using the new code will begin on Monday March 19, 2007. Read More »

SaviTrak extended to Charleston

The South Carolina State Ports Authority (SCSPA) and Savi Networks have agreed to extend the SaviTrak information service to three container terminals at the Port of Charleston, the fourth busiest container port on the East and Gulf coasts, to enhance the security and efficiency of in-transit cargo shipments. Read More »