The ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp are respectively Europe’s busiest and second busiest ports. Last year, Rott...
Valeo and Cisco announced that they have signed a cooperation agreement to develop strategic innovations in sm...
The first stone of the future Freight Train Scanner, the first of its kind in France, has been laid by Jacques...
The ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp are respectively Europe’s busiest and second busiest ports. Last year, Rotterdam handled 12.3 m containers (in TEUs terms), while Antwerp handled just over... Read more
Valeo and Cisco announced that they have signed a cooperation agreement to develop strategic innovations in smart mobility services. Cyber Valet Services, a project resulting from their coll... Read more
The first stone of the future Freight Train Scanner, the first of its kind in France, has been laid by Jacques Gounon, Chairman and Chief Executive of Groupe Eurotunnel and Patrick Jeantet,... Read more
The European Commission is proposing to invest €2.7 billion in 152 key transport projects that support competitive, clean and connected mobility in Europe. In doing so, the Commission is fir... Read more
IRU advocates international standards, smart legislation, and shared responsibility for a smooth transition to autonomous integrated transport systems. Participating at the MovinOn internati... Read more
Rapid handling times, efficient processes, standardized transport chains – such are the advantages that global container shipping has triggered from the start. However, the trend of recent y... Read more
On 1 June, a 126-tonne, Chinese-made machine was moved between a container ship and an inland vessel at HHLA Container Terminal Tollerort (CTT). Chinese shipping company Cosco Shipping Lines... Read more
On 25th of May, Port Bronka – the new deep water port in the Big Port of St. Petersburg welcomed the first containers by COSCO Shipping Lines. Since now COSCO Shipping lines connects Port Br... Read more
Creation of increased airport capacity in the South East of England is vital if the UK is to retain its position as a global trading hub, according to the Freight Transport Association (FTA)... Read more
In the first quarter of 2017, the Port of Hamburg’s total throughput was up by 1.7 percent at 35.4 million tons. Growth in Germany’s largest universal port was therefore slightly above the a... Read more
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