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EUROGATE looks at Israel’s new container ports

The proposed new port in Ashdod

According to reports in the Israeli media over the weekend, the Germany-based European shipping group Eurogate plans to submit pre-qualifying tender documents by the end of this month for the two private ports to be built at Ashdod and Haifa. Read More »

OPDR extends Iberian network

Hamburg-based short-sea shipping and logistics company, Oldenburg-Portugiesische Dampfschiffs-Rhederei (OPDR), has expanded on the Iberian Peninsula with new offices in Cartagena and Bilbao. Read More »

APMT signals start of Moín construction

Construction of the Moín Container Terminal to start Q1-2014

After several months of uncertainty as to when construction will begin on the Moín Container Terminal in Costa Rica, known locally as ‘Terminal de Contenedores de Moín’ (TCM), APM Terminals (APMT) has signed a US$460m contract with the Dutch-based Van Oord-BAM consortium for the first phase. Work is expected to start in Q1-2014. Read More »

GSF questions the EC on P3 Global Alliance

The Global Shippers’ Forum (GSF) has officially raised concerns over the proposed P3 Global Alliance between Maersk Line, CMA-CGM and Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) by submitting detailed questions to the European Commission (EC) Competition Directorate in Brussels. Read More »

New service to improve UK-Spain trade

The UK is set to benefit from a new container shipping service between Bilbao and northern Europe through a new partnership for one of John Good Shipping’s liner agency Principals. Read More »

DB Schenker names new locomotive at London Gateway

Simon Moore and DB Schenker's Alain Thauvette

Rail freight operator DB Schenker Rail UK chose DP World London Gateway as the venue for a locomotive naming ceremony after becoming the first operator to run an intermodal train from the terminal last month following the unexpected call of the fire-damaged ZIM Rotterdam. Read More »