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Tesoro Logistics to buy US storage and pipeline assets for $500m
By LBR Staff Writer
Tesoro Logistics has agreed to acquire storage and pipeline assets from Tesoro Corporation in the US, for around $500m.
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Sharjah and Canaveral Port Authority of Florida sign sister ports deal
By LBR Staff Writer
The Government of Sharjah's Department of Seaports and Customs has entered into a sister ports agreement with the US-based Canaveral Port Authority of Florida.
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DP World and partners open RWG automated container terminal in Netherlands
By LBR Staff Writer
Terminal operator DP World, along with joint venture (JV) partners APL, HMM, MOL and CMA-CGM, has officially opened automated container terminal, Rotterdam World Gateway (RWG), at Maasvlakte 2 in the Netherlands.
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Kirin to acquire Wuhan Yangtze River New Port Logistics for $1.66bn
By LBR Staff Writer
Kirin International Holdings has executed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to acquire 100% of Wuhan Yangtze River New Port Logistics, the owner of the Wuhan Yangtze River Newport Logistics Center, in a $1.66bn deal.
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APM Terminals to acquire Grup Maritim in Spain
By LBR Staff Writer
APM Terminals has agreed to acquire a majority stake in Spain-based container terminal manager Grup Maritim TCB for an undisclosed amount.
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CMA CGM to optimize its services between Asia and Europe
By LBR Staff Writer
CMA CGM and Ocean Three partners have decided to harmonize FAL2 and FAL3 in order to adapt to the current market situation between Asia and Europe. They will offer a new optimized rotation.
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Port of Rotterdam to develop new deep sea port in Indonesia
By LBR Staff Writer
The Port of Rotterdam Authority has inked a partnership agreement for the development of a new deep sea port in Sumatra, Indonesia.
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Pacific Exploration & Production begins operations at new Puerto Bahía port in Colombia
By LBR Staff Writer
Pacific Exploration & Production has commenced liquid and general bulk transport operations at Puerto Bahía port facilities in Cartagena, Colombia.
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MtlLINK Multimodal Solutions opens renovated off-dock port logistics terminal at Montréal-Est, Canada
By LBR Staff Writer
Value added port logistics provider MtlLINK Multimodal Solutions has inaugurated its fully renovated terminal at Montréal-Est in Quebec, Canada.
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PierPass to implement appointment systems to tackle congestion
By LBR Staff Writer
PierPass has announced that 10 of its member container terminals will carry out an initiative to implement appointment systems for trucks delivering containers to and from the terminals at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
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Ceva launches new weekly LCL service from Singapore to New York
Supply chain company Ceva Logistics has launched a new weekly Less-than-Container Load (LCL) service between Singapore and New York.
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Ports of Townsville and Qinzhou sign sister port agreement
By LBR Staff Writer
Australia’s Port of Townsville has signed a sister port agreement with the Port of Qinzhou in China that will help develop trade and investment opportunities between the two regions.
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Infinity Transportation Logistics upgrades operations to support intermodal growth
By LBR Staff Writer
Infinity Transportation Logistics has upgraded its software/information technology systems, expanded service offerings and increased staff to support growth of intermodal business.
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Transport for the North starts work on UK’s first pan-regional freight and logistics strategy
By LBR Staff Writer
Transport for the North (TfN), a group comprising major northern cities in the UK, is working on developing a new pan-regional freight and logistics strategy for an integrated transport network in the north.
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Port of Oakland developing new program to reduce weekday congestion
By LBR Staff Writer
Four international marine container terminals at the Port of Oakland in the US will develop a program to operate their terminal gates on Saturdays to reduce congestion during weekdays.
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