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The APMT terminal at the Swedish port will switch entirely to renewable energy in 2020
Montreal currently receives about 80% of Canada’s container traffic with the European Union but a recent trade deal with the EU is expected to boost transatlantic trade between the two economies. Montreal needs to expand and Contrecoeur is seen as the answer
Improvements now under way at Neptune Terminals are expected to increase the capacity of the facility by nearly 50% to 18.5m metric tonnes from the current 12.5m metric tonnes per year
At a time of heightened environmental consciousness, big diesel-engined ships and truck fleets have become perceived as a public enemy by a substantial part of the population
Unifeeder steps out of European base for Singapore acquisition
‘This project, combined with the $750m we are investing to increase container capacity by 1m units per year, sets up Virginia to be the premier gateway for trade on the east coast,’ said Virginia Port Authority chief executive and president John F. Reinhart
French companies take lead in Mediterranean LNG supply as CMA CGM pushes for global environmental collaboration
Slowing growth of Belt and Road Initiative and a focus on local consolidation limit Chinese terminal ambitions
Digitalisation is no longer a matter of choice but a matter of survival for the logistics sector
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