Belfast reaches record despite economic storms

Trade through Belfast increased to a record 23.7m tonnes, up by 600,000 tonnes or 3% on the previous year, the port said in an announcement on 19 February. The port said ... [+]

Schiphol is Seko’s second-largest site

Seko Logistics has opened its second largest operation in Europe at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Logistics Park. The new 80,000 facility doubles the size of SEKO’s previous locations in Amsterdam and brings ... [+]

Truck platoons go live

DB Schenker, MAN Truck & Bus and Hochschule Fresenius said they were deploying networked (platooned) trucks for the first time in a practical application after the truck maker handed over ... [+]

Out of the blue –Setubal’s new port could be gateway to the Med

Developers of the Blue Atlantic industrial and logistics park at Setubal, 40km south of Lisbon in Portugal have unveiled plans for an 800metre quay capable of berthing two Panamax container ... [+]

Wallenius does the double in Zeebrugge

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics has signed a $20 million agreement with the Port of Zeebrugge to develop 49 hectares at Bastenaken West, nearly doubling the footprint of its terminal. “The agreement marks ... [+]

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