All Bergé articles

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    Bergé Gefco JV in Spain gets the go-ahead

    2019-01-08T15:32:28Z

    Logistics providers Bergé and Gefco have gained regulatory approval for the merger of their finished vehicle operations in Spain into a 50:50 joint venture called Bergé Gefco, based in Madrid. Creation of the new company, which will handle new and second-hand vehicles, took place days after the European Commission approved ...

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    Gefco and Bergé join forces in Spain

    2018-07-04T12:58:34Z

    Gefco is setting up a joint venture with Spanish logistics provider Bergé to strengthen finished vehicle operations in Spain. The new company will be called Bergé Gefco and combine the fleets and resources of both companies’ divisions in the country to offer customers a complete range of finished vehicle services, ...

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    Trusting the market will stay afloat

    2018-04-26T09:42:00Z

    European vehicle-handling ports saw growth in vehicle vehicle volumes in 2017, however geo-political worries – not least Brexit – is causing concerns. Ports continue to invest but there are worries over future volumes and capacity levels. 

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    Noatum sets up automotive division to integrate Spanish port operations

    2017-12-06T11:54:15Z

    Noatum Maritime has consolidated its position in Spain’s finished vehicle and ro-ro market with the integration of its vehicle handling businesses at the ports of Barcelona, Sagunto, Málaga and Santander with those in Pasajes and Tarragona. The company has now formed a new division called Noatum Maritime Automotive that will ...

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    EML moves Santander contract to Bergé

    2017-05-02T17:05:20Z

    Brussels-based shipping line Euro Marine Logistics (EML) has awarded Spanish automotive logistics provider Bergé a contract to undertake stevedoring duties on its finished vehicle traffic at the northern Spanish port of Santander. The contract involves mainly Renault and Nissan brands and covers around 160,000 import-export units a year from this ...