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Maersk shows its increase in FAK rates.
Mediterranean Europe to Middle America.
European transport & logistics associations from the periphery against changes in the Directive of detached drivers.
A $7 billion voyage.
Stena Line announces a new ferry route on the Baltic Sea.
Rates to soar as reefer supply melts.
Maritime traffic is consolidated as a result of the global economic improvement.
Drewry believes that 2017 will be the best year since 2011.
More of the same.
The shipping companies are recovering after the market boom and already benefits.
Alliances of shipping companies become large hybrid groups of dockers and carriers.
The Panama Canal and The Suez Canal are struggling to retain their return travels from the North American Cost to Asia.
- The largest transport and logistics union in the UK is asking to be part of the Brexit negotiations.
Demand on the rise.
Nestlé signs five-year agreement with Kuehne + Nagel Netherlands.
Seafarers: New measures to improve working conditions.
Drewry revises upwards his estimates in the traffic between Asia and the Mediterranean.
The analyst company now places growth at 5.6% for this year.
Ticking along nicely.
MOSOLF extends business site at Kippenheim.
The Hödlmayr company already has more than 1,000 trucks.
Key takeaways about the EU auto industry for Quarter 1 2017.
Drewry does not believe in falling prices in traffic between Asia and South-East Africa.
IATA wants all airlines to assume their Cargo Handling Manual.
Maersk keeps its customers informed about the blockade of Gothenburg terminal.
Container traffic between Asia and South America is boosting and consolidating its recovery.
ECG: The Association of European Vehicle Logistics announces (re)-election of board.
Road Efficiency: The three pillars of Mercedes-Benz Road Efficiency.
Digitalization, markets and consolidation of the finished vehicle logistics sector.
European Shippers’ Council wants the Commission to be more proactive about mergers of large shipping lines.
Calm waters in the Med.
European Freight, Shipping, Logistics and Trade Bodies Issue Demand that Politicians Clarify Brexit.
On a knife-edge.
More ships please
The concentration of shipping companies will make companies more profitable.
Drewry talks about "cold war" between shipping companies.
Companies avoid large discounts but do not increase freight rates to avoid losing market share.
Drewry says that the oscillation in freight prices is not worrisome.
One step at a time.
New kid on the block.
Freight rates between Asia and South Africa hit record highs in seven years.
World container trade is gaining momentum after years of low rates.
Europe wants to implement new measures to improve working conditions at sea.
Another one bites the dust.
A second look.
The reduction in the number of "idle" ships gives signs of the strength of the sector.
Inactivity figures soared last year following the collapse of Hanjin Shipping, which left 100 ships anchored.
The progressive increase of the traffic and the collection of the ships of the Korean shipping company launch the numbers of inactivity towards a historical record.
Freight forwarders and EU policymakers discuss a real internal market in road transport.
Global spot market freight rates were more than one-third higher in the first-half 2017.
The decline in maritime traffic in West Africa put at risk major port projects in the region.
Large shipping companies take a step back in Nigeria because of the lack of activity in their ports.
Drewry analyzes the shipping market in the region.
ONE more step along the consolidation road.
Carrier consolidation is moving apace with the merger of Japanese carriers, which have been given a new name.
Drewry’s Global Freight Rate Index stands 37% higher after five months of 2017.
The majority of container shipping lines lost money in the first three months of 2017.
Reliable production supply in three-shift operation.
The ETF calls on the EU Transport Commissioner to explain the reality of port work.
The Association of European Vehicle Logistics announces graduation of Course 11 of the ECG Academy.
Intra-Asia riding high.
Container traffic within Asia is flying according to trade statistics, but carriers are yet to feel the benefit.
Commission simplifies rules for public investment in ports and airports, culture and the outermost regions.
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MOSOLF acquires SAT Sächsische Autotransport und Service GmbH.
Commercial vehicle sales grew by 4,1% in the EU.
Commission eyes fuel efficiency rules for trucks as road transport is set to grow.
Commercial vehicle registrations: +3.8% in first four months of 2017; 7.2% in April.
Truck industry gears up for wide-spread introduction of semi-automated convoys by 2023.
New companion text for transport managers and operators.
New sales high for the vehicle logistics specialist Hödlmayr.
RHA attacks Chancellor for failing to tackle unfair competition from European hauliers.
The European Automotive Telecom Alliance presents deployment roadmap and submits proposal for EU project.
Longer semi-trailer trial demonstrates safety and environmental benefits, says FTA.
EU plans automatic braking system to clamp down on road deaths.
Citroën may have breached emissions rules.
Message from the ACEA´s Secretary General.
Preston Feight to chair ACEA’s Commercial Vehicle Board in 2017.
Italy rejects Germany's emissions allegations against Fiat Chrysler.
Volkswagen pleads guilty to US criminal charges.
It will pay a fine of 4.3 billion.
EU to embrace safer ‘direct vision’ trucks – but with 11-year delay.
More shooting incidents in Germany.
Auto makers request reasonable lead-time to get ready for real driving emission rules.
Nissan Europe announces senior management changes in sales & marketing.
EU does not allow its laboratories to verify emissions.
European drivers drive 1980 hours a year.
Electric cars sales in Europe doubled in 2015.
JOST Group presents numerous innovations at IAA 2016.
WABCO and Mobileye join forces to introduce advanced driver assistance system for commercial vehicles.
VW broke consumer laws in 20 EU countries, report says.
VW Truck & Bus launches cloud-based 'operating system' for the entire transportation industry.
“Empowering fleets – today and tomorrow“.
Didier Nulens, Global Sales, Services and Marketing Leader, Transics International.
Car emissions inquiry continues with Fiat-Chrysler.
New axle from SAF-HOLLAND wins Trailer Innovation award 2017.
Dieselgate 1st anniversary: all diesel car brands in Europe are even more polluting than Volkswagen.
The new and ingenious Kögel trailer axle KTA will be available for order and delivery starting from the IAA 2016 exhibition.
New leadership for ACEA’s Light Commercial Vehicle Committee.
Thermo King Showcases Customer-Proven Climate Control Solutions for Rail Systems at InnoTrans in Berlin.
JOST World at Automechanika 2016.
Wissmann: New ideas are driving this industry.
MEPs urge Commission to propose fuel efficiency standards for trucks now.
U.S. Is Investigating Bosch in Widening VW Diesel-Cheat Scandal.
Germany accuses Fiat of emissions cheating.
New swap body trailer–the Kögel Combi centre axle trailer
HUMBAUR, will be offering a wide range of vehicle bodies and trailer solutions for the distribution of goods by road.
The new MAN Van will arrive next april.
MAN new engines for Euro 6 B and C.
Volkswagen proposes resolutions ratifying the actions of all members of the Board of Management and of the Supervisory Board at the annual general meeting.
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