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    BLG to operate Polish terminal with STS Logistic

    2018-09-18T10:14:13Z

    German finished vehicle logistics provider BLG has sold half of its share in the vehicle terminal it operates in Dabrowa Górnicza, Poland – Auto Terminal Slask – to STS Logistic, which provides vehicle transport services in the country and the wider central and eastern region. STS Logistic already operates its ...

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    BLG expands US services for Mercedes-Benz

    2018-07-25T10:22:21Z

    BLG Logistics is expanding its core operations in the US, where it acts as a supplier for Mercedes-Benz. The company is making its largest investment ever outside Germany at its US base in Vance, Alabama, where a total of $7.1m is being spent on setting up an automated small-parts warehouse ...

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    BLG expands Duisburg technical centre as demand for services increases

    2017-12-20T11:54:05Z

    BLG Automobile Logistics has invested €1.5m ($1.8m) to extend its technical centre at the inland port of Duisburg by 2,000 sq.m. The facility, which first opened in 2006, now covers 6,500 sq.m and provides storage, handling and technical processing for a range of customers using the port. It also provides ...

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    BLG and Fenix commit to expansion of services at Bronka

    2017-08-04T16:52:36Z

    German logistics provider BLG Logistics and LLC Fenix, the owner and operator of the Russian port of Bronka, have signed an official letter of intent for joint future development of finished vehicle handling at the port. BLG Logistics has been working with Fenix for six months at the port already, ...

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    BLG-Interrijn expands inland waterway service for Ford

    2016-04-26T14:44:21Z

    Left to right: Louis Kanters, Interrijn Group; Helen Clarke; Ford Europe; Markus Bangen, Duisport; Michael Blach, BLG BLG-Interrijn Automobiltransporte, the joint venture between Germany’s BLG Logistics and Dutch ro-ro provider Interrijn Autotransport, has christened its sixth inland waterway ro-ro vessel. The Fuerte is a 135-metre-long vessel with capacity ...