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Wallmann & Co.’s Multi-Purpose Terminal in Port of Hamburg has received the Liebherr’s LHM 600 Litronic port crane for handling heavy and project cargo.
Maersk Line has added new port calls to its ‘Daily Maersk’ service – Zeebrugge, Hamburg and Le Havre.
DB Schenker Logistics and Khimji Ramdas are going to set up a joint venture in the Sultanate of Oman.
Construction of a dedicated container terminal in Port of Ust-Luga has been accomplished late 2011 and Unifeeder is the first 'brave' operator to officially include this destination in the company's liner schedule.
The first of Nord Stream’s twin 1,224 km gas pipeline has been launched in Lubmin, Germany.
The European Commission has tabled a plan foreseeing EUR 31.7 bln for developing the Trans-European Network of Transport (TEN-T).
Marco Polo 2011 Call for Proposals has been launched with a EUR 56.87 mln budget.
Two new feeder line services have been scheduled to regularly ply between Hamburg and St. Petersburg.
DB Schenker Rail Automotive has launched a daily and direct container train service between Leipzig and Shenyang in China.
PERN, a Polish company utilising the oil pipeline ‘Przyjaźń’ (‘Friendship’) running from Russia to Western Europe via Poland, and Oiltanking, a German operator of terminal networks, are going to set up a joint venture to construct and operate a new oil terminal in Port of Gdańsk.