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By Automotive Logistics2010-08-04T00:00:00+01:00
Höegh Autoliners calls ten times a month in Chinese ports including Tianjinxingang, Shanghai, Dalian and Qingdao to make car shipments to Europe, the Americas and Africa.
Sovereign forecasts growth amid expansion
Robert Gulyas has moved from Jas Forwarding to take over as global vice-president for automotive and industrial at Crane Worldwide Logistics
Frederik Beelaerts van Blokland has moved from Panalpina to take up a new role at CH Robinson
The global logistics provider is handling the delivery of equipment to build a plant in renewable energy plant in Punta Arenas that will make e-fuels for the transport sector
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