GSC announces acquisition of Pacific Northwest Transloader Macmillan-Piper
GSC, a nationwide provider of 3PL services, is acquiring MacMillan-Piper, one of the largest trans loaders in the Pacific Northwest, David Arsenault, President, GSC told AJOT.
Corvus Energy/Toyota new fuel cell tech to be available in 2025
Built to be the perfect range extender for near-shore and short-sea vessels, the Corvus Pelican Fuel Cell System enables vessels to sustain zero-emission operations for longer periods of time than...
Norway’s Vard & Korea’s Samsung compete to develop autonomous vessels
Earlier this year, the Subsea survey and inspection company Ocean Infinity’s robotic fleet arrived with its first minimally-manned vessel at the Vard Søviknes yard in Norway...
Port of Rotterdam & Amsterdam’s Portbase celebrate over 20 years of digital communications
Last November marked the 20th anniversary of the establishment of digital communications at the Ports of Rotterdam and Amsterdam now integrated into Portbase.
DANX Carousel Group makes time-critical deliveries
The spare parts business, one of the most time sensitive sectors of the air cargo industry, is generally described as moving a massive piece of equipment overnight to keep a broken machine or an assembly line from causing costly production delays. Or worse.
Port of Rotterdam spearheads green hydrogen complex
The Port of Rotterdam Authority is working with various partners towards the introduction of a large-scale hydrogen network across the Port complex
Port of Rotterdam says new EU cyber security regs will impact port and other stakeholders
New European Union regulations will expand the mandate for European companies to establish cyber security plans and will impose penalties in case of non-compliance
Canada’s West Coast Longshoremen begin strike…on Canada Day
In a job action which will potentially have a significant ripple effect on the Canadian economy and trade with Asia, the union representing 7,400 terminal and port workers in 29 ports in British Columbia walked off their jobs early today for an unspecified duration – coincidentally on Canada’s national holiday.
Condor Airlines takes wing with air freight
Once owned by Lufthansa, Germany’s 65-year-old low-cost passenger carrier Condor Airlines is aggressively courting U.S...
Eleventh hour negotiations to avert docker strike July 1 on Canada’s West Coast
Negotiations were resuming today in Vancouver in the presence of federal mediators between maritime employers and...

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