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  • Railion expands Scandinavian services

    Railion is to form a joint venture with Swedish railfreight company Green Cargo, its existing partner in ...

    Railion is to form a joint venture with Swedish railfreight company Green Cargo, its existing partner in providing services between Germany and Sweden, with the aim of speeding up cross-border service ...

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  • Morgan Stanley takes 80% stake in MGT

    Morgan Stanley has agreed to acquire an 80% interest in Montreal Gateway Terminals (MGT) from Germany's T ...

    Morgan Stanley has agreed to acquire an 80% interest in Montreal Gateway Terminals (MGT) from Germany's TUI. TUI's shipping subsidiary Hapag-Lloyd, which inherited MGT from the takeover of CP Ships, i ...

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  • Kazakhstan to invest in sea transport

    Kazakhstan plans to spend some US$857m in the period to 2012 in order to develop its sea transport, accor ...

    Kazakhstan plans to spend some US$857m in the period to 2012 in order to develop its sea transport, according to the Ministry of Transportation and Communication. The bulk of the funds will be borrowe ...

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  • Strong growth for Konecranes

    Konecranes enjoyed a year of exceptionally strong growth in 2006, with improving profitability in all thr ...

    Konecranes enjoyed a year of exceptionally strong growth in 2006, with improving profitability in all three of its main business areas and strong growth in all geographical regions, according to the c ...

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  • Tideworks system deployed at Portland

    Tideworks Technology has deployed its gate operating system, GateVision, at Terminal 6 (T-6) of the Port ...

    Tideworks Technology has deployed its gate operating system, GateVision, at Terminal 6 (T-6) of the Port of Portland’s deep-sea container handling facility, its ninth implementation of the product. Ac ...

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  • Panama Canal restructures pricing system

    The Panama Canal Authority (ACP)’s board of directors has made a formal proposal to restructure the Canal ...

    The Panama Canal Authority (ACP)’s board of directors has made a formal proposal to restructure the Canal’s pricing system and a number of its regulations. The new structure, it says, is based on the ...

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  • ExpressRail sets new handling record

    ExpressRail, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s ship-to-rail terminals in New Jersey, set a ...

    ExpressRail, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s ship-to-rail terminals in New Jersey, set a new record for container handling in 2006, boosting its volumes by 11.8%. ...

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  • New locos for Freightliner

    The first consignment of Freightliner Group’s latest order for 16 Class 66 locomotives has arrived at ABP ...

    The first consignment of Freightliner Group’s latest order for 16 Class 66 locomotives has arrived at ABP Newport in South Wales. Part of an initial investment of £30m, the new locomotives will increa ...

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  • OCR/radiation scanning in a single device

    VeriTainer, the only company offering crane-mounted radiation scanning technology, and APS Technology Gro ...

    VeriTainer, the only company offering crane-mounted radiation scanning technology, and APS Technology Group, a leading provider of shipping industry OCR (optical character recognition) solutions, have ...

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  • Johnson to power Scania sales drive

    Ray Johnson has been appointed engine sales manager for Scania (Great Britain) Ltd, with responsibility f ...

    Ray Johnson has been appointed engine sales manager for Scania (Great Britain) Ltd, with responsibility for raising the profile of the company’s range of industrial and marine engines. The company sup ...

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