VEHICLE LOGISTICS PORTS & SHIPPING – Page 10

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    News

    Amports takes over Horizon Terminal Services

    2020-12-07T13:12:00Z

    North American finished-vehicle processor Amports has bought the port operations formerly run by Horizon Terminal Services (HTS). In doing so, Amports adds vehicle processing operations at the ports of Jacksonville, Port Everglades and Freeport in the US.

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    News

    NYK embraces automation and increases dedicated terminals

    2020-11-30T14:48:00Z

    In the face of disruption and a drop in vehicle volumes caused by Covid-19, NYK is looking into the use of automation to reduce contact in storage yards, and remote management of cargo-handling and pre-delivery inspection (PDI) operations. At the same time it is continuing to expand its automotive-dedicated terminals globally

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    News

    VW begins shipping finished vehicles from Lázaro Cárdenas, Mexico to California

    2020-10-12T14:50:00Z

    Volkswagen and Audi have begun shipping Mexican-made cars headed for the US, from the port of Lázaro Cárdenas to California.

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    News

    Ro-ro shipping line UECC joins UN sustainability pact

    2020-10-12T12:07:00Z

    Norwegian ro-ro shipping line UECC has signed up to the United Nations Global Compact, which supports and unites companies to become more sustainable in terms of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.

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    News

    CLdN and Rhenus add finished vehicle capacity ahead of Brexit

    2020-10-07T12:27:00Z

    Shortsea ro-ro provider CLdN has been adding capacity on its cross-channel routes, with an extra vessel to be deployed. Meanwhile, LSP Rhenus has announced it is launching an FVL department in the UK. 

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    News

    Mosolf expands into seaport logistics with Wilhelmshaven terminal

    2020-10-05T13:17:00Z

    Finished vehicle logistics provider Mosolf has officially opened its new seaport terminal at Wilhelmshaven in northwestern Germany. It will handle vehicles and other rolling cargo, with an eye to expand to other lines of business.

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    News

    Digital process planning and control project moves to second stage at Bremerhaven

    2020-08-17T11:14:00Z

    Following the successful completion of project Isabella at the German port of Bremerhaven, BLG Logistics is working with its project partners, the Bremen Institute for Production and Logistics (Biba) and software specialist 28Apps Software, on the next phase of development – Isabella 2 – which will digitally integrate multimodal transport links for the optimised movement of finished vehicles

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    News

    VW will stay with Amports at Jaxport

    2020-08-10T11:20:00Z

    Volkswagen has extended its vehicle handling contract with the US east coast port of Jacksonville (Jaxport) for three years and will continue to work with terminal operator Amports…

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    News

    RNM Alliance extends contract with Groupe Cat in France and Belgium

    2020-08-10T11:07:00Z

    The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi (RNM) Alliance has extended its contract with Groupe Cat for the distribution of vehicles in France and Belgium. The new three-year contract will see around 350,000 vehicles delivered per year, including across international borders…

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    News

    First Aiways U5 imports arrive through AutoTerminal Bremerhaven

    2020-08-03T11:19:00Z

    BLG Logistics has taken its first shipment of electric vehicles imported to Europe by the Chinese start-up carmaker Aiways…

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    Article

    Watch: Q&A on North American vehicle ports – Livestream Hour

    2020-07-28T21:50:00Z

    Experts including Chris Connor from the American Association of Port Authorities and IT specialist Inform answer questions on North American port vehicle-handling operations, investments, digitalisation and insight on managing through the coronavirus crisis. 

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    Article

    Pros and cons on the Pacific Coast

    2020-07-27T16:01:00Z

    The main vehicle handling ports on the US west coast shared some common challenges last year and dealt with them in different ways, but no matter where you were in 2020, the coronavirus pandemic had the same impact on volume throughput and led to a build-up of vehicle inventory.

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    News

    Volkswagen opens vehicle terminal at Baltimore with Tradepoint Atlantic

    2020-07-23T15:47:00Z

    Volkswagen Group of America has started processing vehicles through its new terminal at the US port of Baltimore, which is being operated by Tradepoint Atlantic on a 20-year lease…

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    News

    Gefco now handling vehicle deliveries in France for Ford

    2020-07-23T09:43:00Z

    Ford has chosen logistics provider Gefco to distribute new vehicles to the carmaker’s dealers in France, equal to 40,000 units annually…

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    Article

    FVL North American Ports 2020

    Last year the top vehicle handling ports in North America continued to deal with capacity issues and volume fluctuations while the US, Mexico and Canada hammered out a new trade agreement. Our review takes in the top 30 ports and analyses what impact the coronavirus has had on trade in the first half of 2020.

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    From the industry

    Port of Vancouver USA: Watch this space

    2020-07-20T12:14:00Z

    The Covid-19 pandemic has put unrelenting pressure on US ports and their connecting supply chains. While adapting to new operational realities, the marine transport and logistics sector, like other industries, is addressing considerable business uncertainty. Dealerships have been unable to sell scheduled inventory and carmakers across the region have all expressed the same concern – the need for space…

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    Podcast

    Inform’s Justin Newell discusses software to optimise port operations

    2020-07-16T10:55:00Z

    Ports are immense operations both in terms of size and complexity, and this is where digital technology can make a big impact: optimising processes, reducing paperwork, organising the workforce and improving efficiency. Justin Newell, chief operating officer at Inform Software, speaks to editor Joanne Perry about the company’s recent work ...

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    Article

    Watch: Livestream Hour Episode 12 – North American vehicle ports

    2020-07-15T16:33:00Z

    This week’s show will feature insights into how leading automotive ports have adapted rapidly to manage the crisis, how they are using digital technologies and investing in smart infrastructure to better support the automotive supply chain.

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    Article

    Watch: Livestream Hour Episode 11 – Rebuilding greener supply chains

    2020-07-08T16:20:00Z

    In this episode of the Livestream Hour, we look at the how the automotive industry is using new technology to design and execute greener, more sustainable supply chains including reduced emissions and responding to changing legislation. With insight from Kuehne + Nagel, University of Applied Science Stuttgart and CSR Europe.

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    News

    First Polestar 2 vehicles delivered through Zeebrugge

    2020-07-06T15:23:00Z

    The first European deliveries of the Polestar 2 performance electric vehicle (EV) landed at the port of Zeebrugge in Belgium last week…