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Ugens transport nummer 12 er udkommet og ligger i nettet
I Ugens transport 12, 2013 skriver vi blandt andet om cabotage, en undersøgelse om danskernes holdning til billige transporter og danske chauffører og vognmænd og om transportmesserne i Herning og Fredericia, der sluttede søndag. Transportjuristerne er også med denne gang med et indlæg om luftfragt
11-04-2013 14:15

Bulk terminals have got a new voice
A new trade association has been established to provide the world’s bulk terminals with a united front at governmental level in order to ensure the sector can better face the environmental and commercial challenges ahead
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Rickmers-Linie takes over Nordana’s Project Business
Rickmers-Linie, the Hamburg based liner service specialist for breakbulk, heavy lift and project cargoes takes over the activities of tramp and chartering specialist Nordana Project & Chartering with offices in Copenhagen, Bangkok, Singapore and Houston. The business will continue under the name and brand “NPC” and become an independent division supplementing the Rickmers-Linie segment within the Rickmers Group effective 1 July this year
14-06-2016 12:17

World’s first operational road transport hybrid system is ready
French transport tech developer will unveil the world’s first operational energy-saving, hybrid electric system for road transport at Britain’s biggest commercial vehicle conference this week. Adgero will display the regenerative braking-powered UltraBoost ST, a kinetic energy recovery system (KERS) installed on a curtainsider semi-trailer - that aims to cut fuel and carbon emissions by up to 25 per cent
21-04-2016 14:03

First cross-border truck platooning trial successfully completed
As part of the world’s first cross-border initiative with smart trucks, six ‘platoons’ of semi-automated trucks have completed their journeys from various European cities, reaching their final destination of the Port of Rotterdam the 6th of april
13-04-2016 11:56

GLS and DB Schenker begin parcel partnership in Germany
DB Schenker and the GLS Group are beginning their contractual partnership in Germany. In addition to securing new B2B customers, the partners also see potential for B2C customers through e-commerce
12-04-2016 12:23

Adam Baker is the best DAF technician in Europe

The 'DAF European Technician of the Year 2016’ award has been won by Adam Baker (31), who works at the Chassis Cab Truck Centre dealership in Ipswich, UK. The European final, which consisted of various assignments and tests, took place at DAF Trucks in Eindhoven. The trophy was presented by Johan Drenth, After Sales Director of DAF Trucks N.V.
12-04-2016 12:01

STATE AID:
European Commission is investigating the Port of Antwerp
The European Commission opened an in-depth inquiry into whether reductions in compensation payments granted by the Port of Antwerp to two container terminal operators gave them an undue advantage over competitors, in breach of EU state aid rules

18-01-2016 15:32

COP21:
Denmark wins Fossil of the Day for Undermining Ambition
The Climate Action Network (CAN) has awarded Denmark with the “Fossil of the Day Award”. The Climate Action Network (CAN) says: “In the not too distant past Denmark was an inspiration for many - setting ambitious targets and rolling out wind energy. But today we are not talking about great Danes, we are talking about lame Danes, because today the Danish government are aiming to cut climate targets and shrink climate finance contributions”
03-12-2015 20:22

EU Commissioner for Transport reiterates EU's commitment to road safety
In view of the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims the third Sunday of November, Violeta Bulc, the EU's Transport Commissioner made the following statement:
03-12-2015 11:37

Commission refers Poland to the Court of Justice of the EU
The European Commission has decided to refer Poland to the Court of Justice of the European Union for not having established a national electronic register of road transport undertakings and for not having connected it with the national electronic registers of the other EU Member States as required
24-11-2015 14:30

133 people detained in global action tackling airline fraud
On 3 and 4 November 2015 law enforcement agencies from across the world, supported by Europol's European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), joined forces with the airline, travel and payment card industries in a major concerted operation to combat online fraud in the airline sector. The operation was organised globally through coordination centres at Europol in The Hague and AMERIPOL in Bogota (National Police of Colombia - Cybercrime Centre Police and Federal Police of Mexico ) and Canada. Some 35 airlines and 32 countries were involved in this initiative, which took place at 109 airports across the world
06-11-2015 12:18

German Minister of Transport presents "Strategy for Automated and Connected Driving"
Thursday, the Federal Minister of Transport in Germany, Alexander Dobrindt, presents his "Strategy for Automated and Connected Driving", which has been adopted by the Federal Cabinet. Alexander Dobrindt receives ministers of transport from the G7 countries at the IAAInternational Motor Show in Frankfurt a. M.
24-09-2015 09:06

Multimodal operator expresses high hopes for new Hirtshals combi terminal
- We really see the possibilities and are looking forward to the opening for which we are running ahead at full steam, says Johan Logtenberg, Managing Director of Samskip Van Dieren Multimodal, in connection with the new freight terminal in Hirtshals, ready for use mid-September
07-08-2015 09:51

Transport ministers approve Quality Charter for road freight
A Quality Charter for international road haulage operations has been approved by the transport ministers of the European member countries of the International Transport Forum at the OECD. It is a major step towards harmonisation of conditions in the Pan-European road haulage market

05-08-2015 12:23

DB seeks estimated damages of 2.5 billion dollar in lawsuits against airlines
Deutsche Bahn AG, the German railway company, announced monday that its logistics subsidiary, Schenker AG, will seek damages estimated at 2.5 billion dollar - approximately 370 million dollar in the U.S. and 2.19 billion dollar in Germany including interest - from air cargo carriers found guilty by the U.S. Department of Justice, the European Commission and other international authorities for operating a global price-fixing cartel. The U.S. portion could increase to an estimated 1.1 billion dollar if the court awards treble damages in the case
01-12-2014 15:22

European employers show road safety is good for business
Arriva Denmark, The Hellenic Air Force and Bolk Transport recognised for major commitment to fleet safety.
13-10-2014 22:16

Unifeeder upgrades its sceduled routes
The largest Shortsea network in North Europe is getting bigger and better. From October 2014, Unifeeder will offer a significant upgrade of the scheduled routes connecting the European peninsula with Russia, Finland and the Baltic States
07-10-2014 11:18

Connecting Denmark with the world, sustainably
Aviation industry experts are gathering in Copenhagen this week as part of the city's year of events marking its time as European Green Capital. A Green Aviation Day on Thursday will look at the many ways air transport partners are collaborating to reduce the impact of the aviation industry. As the industry celebrates 100 years of commercial operations, the event is fittingly being held in the old Vilhelm Lauritzen Terminal at Copenhagen Airport
03-09-2014 15:19

ETF: Europe must stop social dumping and flags of convenience in civil aviation
Around 120 delegates have gathered on the 1st and the 2nd of July 2014 in Catania, Italy, to attend a two-day conference on the evolution of the aviation labour market since the introduction of low fares airlines. Scientific research has revealed that the arrival of low fares airlines has introduced social dumping practices in the European aviation sector

01-07-2014 12:27

Research and innovation programme has 6.3 billion euro
EU transport to benefit from the new research and innovation programme, Horizon 2020. Horizon 2020 is the financial instrument implementing the innovation union, a Europe 2020 flagship initiative aimed at securing Europe's global competitiveness
12-12-2013 08:40

Panalpina pulls ahead in race for paperless air freight
Panalpina is the first company in the world to achieve completely paperless flights for general air freight. Using its own controlled modern 747-8 freighter planes, the freight forwarder now operates several paperless (e-freight) port-to-port services with final destination in Europe, Hong Kong and the U.S.
02-12-2013 21:08

Alstom to modernize Virgin's Pendolino in the UK
Alstom has been awarded a contract worth over 12 million euros by Virgin to modernize its entire Pendolino fleet (56 trains). The contract includes the refurbishment of the interiors, bar, kitchen facilities and toilets. The work is being undertaken at two Alstom Traincare Centres, Oxley (Wolverhampton) and Longsight (Manchester) in the United Kingdom, and will be performed over a period of eight months
22-10-2013 21:58

129 stolen vehicles seized in Western Balkans
Three days of intensive law enforcement activity have resulted in the seizure of 129 stolen vehicles with an estimated value of almost EUR 2 million. Among the stolen vehicles seized were cars, trucks and construction machinery
22-10-2013 21:38

Unifeeder and United Feeder Services create the largest Pan-European feeder operator
The Unifeeder Group has announced, that it has reached an agreement to acquire United Feeder Services Ltd (UFS). The two companies will, in combination, offer ".the most comprehensive feeder network in Europe with an unparalleled coverage of ports in both Northern Europe and in the Mediterranean"
19-09-2013 23:50

Rickmers-Linie appoints new representative in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rickmers-Linie, the Hamburg-based specialist in the worldwide ocean transportation of breakbulk, heavylift and project cargo recently appointed an owner's representative in Sao Paulo, Brazil
08-08-2013 11:12

Drugs worth nearly one billion dollars seized in international law enforcement operation
Nearly 30 tonnes of cocaine, heroin and marijuana with an estimated value of USD 822 million have been seized in an operation targeting the maritime trafficking of drugs and illicit firearms by organised crime groups across Central America and the Caribbean. The international operation was led by Interpol and supported by Europol
02-07-2013 20:19

European Social Dialogue Committee for the Port sector has been launched
Wednesday 19 June the formal inauguration of the European Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee (SSDC) for the Port sector took place in the Métropole Hotel in Brussels. It marked the end of 15 years of pushing for its establishment by the European Transport Workers' Federation (ETF) that is already represented in six SSDCs
27-06-2013 17:05

Decision about ferrytrafic will be appealed
Groupe Eurotunnel to appeal the decision of the Competition Commission to prohibit the activity of French ferry company MyFerryLink
06-06-2013 11:48

Documentation: CC to bar Eurotunnel ferries from Dover
Eurotunnel will be stopped from operating ferry services at the port of Dover, after the Competition Commission (CC) decided that its acquisition of three ferries and other assets from the former ferry operator, SeaFrance, could mean higher prices for cross-Channel passengers and freight customers
06-06-2013 10:01

Panalpina joins Supply Chain Council to enhance optimization services
Panalpina has become a global member of the Supply Chain Council, which will further enhance the company's growing Supply Chain Optimization (SCO) services. Panalpina and its customers will now read from the same playbook, and use universal guidelines for the analysis and improvement of supply chain processes
03-06-2013 14:31

Focus on ship safety and reducing emissions
EU Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas and the Secretary General of the International Maritime Organization Mr. Koji Sekimizu has met in Brussels and reaffirmed their common goal to work together towards safer and more environmentally friendly shipping
28-05-2013 08:57

CLECAT: Commission should not abandon its ambition for a European Single Transport Area
Following statements from the Commission earlier this week, CLECAT calls on Vice-President Siim Kallas to do his utmost to ensure that its policy proposals on cabotage reflect the goals for a European Single Transport Area
16-05-2013 10:41

CLECAT welcomes Court decision in Italy on minimum safety costs in Road Transport
The European Freight Forwarders' Organisation, CLECAT, has welcomed a decision from the Italian Regional Administrative Court regarding the controversial system of the minimum safety costs governing the national road transport sector in Italy since 2008
25-04-2013 15:47

Scandiavian companies get a direct route to Busan
South Korea is one of Asia's fastest-growing economies. Now for the first time Swedish - and Nordic - importers and exporters are getting a direct route to Busan in the eastern part of the country
09-04-2013 08:36

Another tanker has been released from Somali pirates
EU Naval Force Flagship ESPS Méndez Núnez has sssisted another tanker after it was released from armed Somali pirates
12-03-2013 22:10

EU Naval Force Flagship provided assistance to released tanker
On 8 March EU Naval Force flagship ESPS Méndez Núnez provided much-needed assistance to the crew of chemical tanker MV Royal Grace after the vessel was unexpectedly released by Somali pirates
12-03-2013 21:59

DB Schenker Logistics opens new facility in Pomerania


DB Schenker Logistics has opened a new cross-docking terminal in Pruszcz Gdański in the greater Gdansk area. The new facility has traffic links to the network of important national roads, linking cities like Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot
11-03-2013 11:16

Conqueror has become the latest network to join ELITE
Conqueror Freight Network has joined the Elite Association of Logistic Networks - ELITE - after passing the qualifying criteria for membership
06-03-2013 15:38

Golden Agri-Resources and Stena Bulk form joint venture
Stena Bulk A/B and Golden Agri-Resources Ltd have set up a new joint venture, Golden Stena Bulk. For a start, the 50-50 joint venture will take over four product tankers ordered by Stena Bulk in June 2012. The newly formed joint venture will also consider investing in more product tankers in the future
06-03-2013 15:30

Three EU-Contries are taken to Court
The European Commission refers Austria, Finland and Poland to the European Court of Justice for failing to apply EU working time rules to self-employed drivers
06-03-2013 15:23
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