Buss Port Logistics Signs Second Turkish Contract
Buss Port Logistics – with its German/Turkish joint venture BussErk – has signed another contract in southeastern Turkey. Up to 2.5 million metric tons cargo is scheduled to be handled at the Gübretas Terminal, owned by Turkey’s largest fertilizer company. The first vessel was discharged at the end of February. In addition, BussErk has extended its contract at the nearby LimakPort in Iskenderun.
24.03.2016 Read more
Российское подразделение мирового лидера в области промышленной упаковки, объявило о запуске производства в России нового ассортимента инновационных продуктов в 2016 году.
Производство упаковки будет развернуто на базе партнеров компании в Ленинградской, Владимирской и Нижегородской областях.  В течение двух лет, планируется ввести более 18 новых моделей упаковки для пищевой, легкой, автомобильной промышленности, сельского хозяйства и сетевой логистики. Сумма инвестиций превысит 480 млн. рублей. Компания продолжает поиск новых партнеров в регионах России для организации производств в непосредственной близости к потребителям упаковки.
05.03.2016 Read more
New WEC Lines Service For Liverpool
Dutch company WEC Lines is to begin weekly calls at the Port of Liverpool from 10 February, providing a new option for shippers looking to access central and northern UK markets.
30.01.2016 Read more
FTR Trucking Conditions Index sees nice rebound in December
Growth prospects for the trucking sector appear to remain on solid footing, according to the most recent edition of the Trucking Conditions Index (TCI) from freight transportation forecasting firm FTR.
19.01.2016 Read more
Freight TSI drops from October to November, reports BTS
The Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) reported this week that its Freight Transportation Services Index (TSI) dropped 1.0 percent from October to November.
15.01.2016 Read more
Industry Insight: “Automated Response Requires Smooth Operators”
Edward Hutchison, Managing Director of BITO Storage Systems, looks at the proposition of an automated response to logistics challenges:

Automation is stepping closer into the economic justification zone for more operators who are juggling higher volumes, a growing demand for faster order fulfilment and greater value on the one hand, with rising staff costs on the other. The logistics sector has always leaned heavily on manual labour, but the combination of falling unemployment levels, minimum wage rises and a potentially reduced labour pool from the post-Brexit EU has changed the cost equation.
26.06.2017 Read more
New Warehouse For UK Home Improvement Chain Screwfix
UK logistics giant Wincanton has extended its relationship with home improvement chain Screwfix, part of Kingfisher plc, to design and manage a newly-built 562,000ft warehouse in support of the retailer’s expected growth through 2017 and beyond. Construction work on the site at Prologis Park, Fradley near Lichfield, which is the size of seven football pitches, commenced in December 2016. The new warehouse is expected to create 200 new jobs initially, with plans to increase to 700 over the next five years.
12.01.2017 Read more
Vitronic Announces LogiMAT Highlights
Complex supply chains and an increase in shipment volume require integrated solutions that combine processes and create transparency. VITRONIC’s Auto-ID solutions play an important role in this by capturing data automatically, integrating it into connected systems, and thus ensuring seamless documentation. In line with the LogiMAT 2017 motto, “Digital – Connected – Innovative”, VITRONIC will present new hardware components, intuitive software packages, and comprehensive service offerings.

12.01.2017 Read more
IFC решилась на инвестицию в строительство зернового терминала в порту "Южный"
Международная финансовая корпорация (IFC) 9 января 2017 года одобрила выделение $37 млн ООО "М.В. Карго" на строительство зернового терминала в морском торговом порту "Южный" (Одесская обл.) Согласно сообщению на сайте IFC, кредитное соглашение ожидает подписания сторонами.
11.01.2017 Read more
Attachment Perfect For Splitting Palletised Loads
CEKOK first started its business as a citrus grower in 1953. Over the years it has grown to be Turkey’s largest fresh fruit and vegetable supplier with 5 established packing houses based in 5 popular fruit and vegetable farming areas throughout the country. With a turnover reaching 250 Million USD, the company continues to expand so it is vital that the in-house material handling process is as productive and efficient as possible.
11.01.2017 Read more
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