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By Automotive Logistics2011-07-27T00:00:00+01:00
DB Schenker Rail will next trial the first full train of European-sized swap-bodies before moving onto regular services.
The carmaker is putting a catalogue of 45,000 automotive service parts online, which customers can have delivered at home or pick up from one of 800 dealers
Ferrari has reorganised its business to better focus on on innovation, collaboration and carbon neutrality as it works toward the release of its first electric vehicle
The Norwegian vehicle carrier has four Aurora-class pure car and truck carriers on order from the China Merchants Heavy Industry shipyard, with the first two due for delivery in 2024
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