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China to upgrade logistics system by 2020
By LBR Staff Writer
China intends to have a new logistics system by 2020, as part of its efforts to bolster the growth model as well as the economic structure.
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Kewill acquires transportation management system from IBM
By LBR Staff Writer
Global supply chain software solution provider Kewill has purchased the Sterling Transportation Management System (TMS) from IBM.
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Oman signs deal with Italian firm to develop Ibri logistics area
By LBR Staff Writer
Oman's Public Establishment for Industrial Estates (PEIE) has signed consultancy agreement with Italian engineering consultancy firm F&M Ingegneria Spa for the development of Ibri logistics area in Al Dhahirah.
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P&O Ferrymasters, Transmec launch intermodal Belgium-Romania service
Pan-European logistics specialists P&O Ferrymasters and Transmec Group have joined forces to launch an intermodal Belgium-Romania service with three departures per week each way by dedicated train.
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Florida East Coast Railway expands intermodal capacity
Florida East Coast Railway (FECR) is increasing its intermodal capacity by adding new equipment.
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China Merchants, CHEC form JV for Sri Lankan port container terminal
By LBR Staff Writer
Port operator China Merchants Holdings (CMHI) and China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) have entered into a joint venture with Sri Lanka Ports Authority for developing and operating the container terminal for Hambantota Port.
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Hasan Juma Backer Trading & Contracting to lead dry port project in Ivory Coast
By LBR Staff Writer
Oman-based Hasan Juma Backer Trading & Contracting (HJB) plans to spend $700m on a dry port in Ivory Coast.
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US DoT grants $74m funding for maritime projects
After evaluating 797 applications totaling requests for $9 billion for FY 2014 Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grants, U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) Secretary Anthony Foxx today announced 72 awards totaling $584 million will be distributed in the sixth round of this multimodal, discretionary grant program. Of those, seven awards totaling $74,241,904, or about 13 percent of total funding, are going to projects that USDOT classifies as “maritime.”
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Khalifa Port Container Terminal capacity to be expanded
By LBR Staff Writer
Abu Dhabi Terminals (ADT), which operates Khalifa Port Container Terminal in UAE, plans to invest AED400m ($109m) to expand the cargo handling capacity over the next three years.
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XPO Logistics raises $700m from investors for expansion
By LBR Staff Writer
PSP Investments, Singapore's GIC and Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan have agreed to provide $700m to XPO Logistics, which plans to use the proceeds primarily to funds acquisitions.
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PierPass launches Free-Flow Program in US to accelerate cargo handling through ports
PierPass Inc. today launched the Free-Flow Program, testing a new cargo-handling process expected to significantly reduce the time it takes participating trucks to pick up containers at marine terminals.
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Peab to extend port of Kapellskar
Peab has been contracted to construct Kapellskar harbor. The client is Stockholms Hamnar by Kapellskärs Hamn AB and the contract amounts to SEK 200 million.
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Global logistics ports could handle 840m teu a year by 2018, says report
The world’s logistics ports are expected to handle more than 840m teu a year by 2018 as annual growth rates continue to accelerate.
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Cathay Pacific, CHEP Aerospace Solutions sign deal for ULD supply and management
Cathay Pacific Airways and CHEP Aerospace Solutions, the leading independent provider of outsourced Unit Load Device (ULD) and galley cart services, have signed a five-year renewable agreement for the supply and management of ULDs and pallet accessories.
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India plans to corporatise major ports
By LBR Staff Writer
Indian Government has started a process to appoint a consultant which will outline a plan to give corporate structures to the major ports.
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