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Ferrellgas to acquire Bridger Logistics for $837.5m
By LBR Staff Writer
Ferrellgas Partners will be acquiring Dallas-based Bridger Logistics that provides integrated crude oil midstream services for around $837.5m.
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China and Pakistan sign MoU for enhancing port connectivity
By LBR Staff Writer
The Karachi Port Trust has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with China's largest seaport of Guangdong Province to bolster the connectivity of ports and shipping and to establish cooperation between Guangdong Provincial Transportation Department and Karachi Port Trust.
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India and Bangladesh to increase coastal movement of goods
By LBR Staff Writer
India and Bangladesh will see increased coastal movement of goods owing to an agreement approved by the Indian union cabinet.
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Ground broken at Port of Duluth Intermodal project in US
By LBR Staff Writer
The US Department of Transportation (USDOT) has broken ground on the $17.7m Port of Duluth Intermodal project located in Minnesota.
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Hyster introduces new empty container handler
By LBR Staff Writer
Hyster, an American manufacturing company specializing in forklifts and other materials-handling equipment, has introduced new 5-8 high Hyster empty container handler for terminal operators faced with an increasing number of empty containers.
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Cuban government approves five projects for Mariel containers terminal
By LBR Staff Writer
Cuba has approved five projects by foreign companies from the food and agriculture, electronics, light and chemical, transportation services and workshops industry to start operations at the country’s Containers Terminal located in the Special Economic Development Zone of Mariel (ZEDM).
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Oman Rail floats tenders for three new segments of rail network
By LBR Staff Writer
Oman Rail has announced the tenders for the construction of a further 1,207km of railway infrastructure.
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Iran’s Chabahar port to commence operations by December 2016
By LBR Staff Writer
The Indian Government expects Iran’s Chabahar port to be functional by December next year, which will help it gain sea-land access to Afghanistan by avoiding Pakistan.
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Maersk Line set to order 11 ships from DSME worth $151m each
By LBR Staff Writer
Container-shipping company Maersk Line will order up to 11 ships from Korea-based Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME), which are worth $151m each.
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Adani might build new Vizhinjam port in India’s Kerala state
By LBR Staff Writer
The lone bid by the Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) to build and operate a new port at Vizhinjam in Kerala, India, seems to have been recommended by an empowered committee created by the state government.
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India and Japan to create logistics data bank service
By LBR Staff Writer
India and Japan will soon together set up a logistics data bank (LDB) service that is expected to pick up the pace for movement of two-way merchandise trade.
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India's Haryana state offers land to Concor for logistics park
By LBR Staff Writer
Container Corporation of India (CONCOR) will be setting up a rail-linked multi modal logistics park (MMLP) at Industrial Estate, Barhi for $54.8m on a 37-acre land allotted by the Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC).
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Port of Antwerp in Belgium to create additional space for container handling
By LBR Staff Writer
Port of Antwerp, which has recorded a 5.9% growth in the initial months of this year, intends to increase its container handling space with support from 2M alliance of MSC and Maersk.
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South Korean government to further expand Busan New Port
By LBR Staff Writer
South Korea’s Busan New Port will be adding 15 new berths that will increase its container capacity to 15.8m teu.
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Kalmar to deliver cargo handling equipment for Algerian ports and Italian shipping firm
By LBR Staff Writer
Finland-based Kalmar has landed up with two orders to deliver cargo handling solutions in Algeria and Italy.
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