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Interview with Arturo Chavez, Commercial Manager  of Smart Logistics Group

Interview with Arturo Chavez, Commercial Manager of Smart Logistics Group

SMART LOGISTICS GROUP is a premier transportation and logistics company, with coverage in SPAIN/EUROPE. Our value-added services portfolio includes import and export freight management, truck brokerage, intermodal, load/mode and network optimization, and global visibility. We provide freight forwarding, customs brokerage, warehousing and all other logistics services.

Interview with Ordan Cargo, Managing Director of Ordan Cargo Ltd

Interview with Ordan Cargo, Managing Director of Ordan Cargo Ltd

We are " ORDAN CARGO LTD" a freight forwarding & logistics company based in Tel Aviv, Israel since 2001 having presences at all main ports ASHDOD/HAIFA/TLV for Import/Export/Cross SEA/AIR. We provide excellent and creative logistics solutions as well as quality service with competitive prices.

Interview with Norman Gatgens, Managing Director of HTK Shipping & Logistics GmbH

Interview with Norman Gatgens, Managing Director of HTK Shipping & Logistics GmbH

HTK was found in 2004, it is a private owned international forwarding agent. We r specialized in real forwarding biz – arranging solution from /to Europe incl. Russia/CIS states In three languages: German, English, Russian. Our staff is working only on “key accounts” – that Mean for our clients no to change the department while having some new direction in need. That also mean that our employees can handle all kind of transports, from LCL to FCL, break bulk, OoG, FTL, Part-trucks, warehousing, heavy loads, airfreight/seafreight, DG Cargoes and Customs Clearance – Import and Export wise.

Interview with Pezhman Zhalehpour, Operation Manager of Saba Container Services International Transport Co.

Interview with Pezhman Zhalehpour, Operation Manager of Saba Container Services International Transport Co.

Saba Container Services International Transport is A Carrier/Forwarder Company which can provide Road /Rail service from Iran to CIS countries, Afghanistan, Iraq and vice versa .The powerful fleet of Normal flatbed trucks, Low bed trucks, Reefer trucks enables us to establish best possible services with the most logical rates. Our Rail service covers the transit service from Iran to CIS countries with covered (closed) wagon and Plat forms.Also with good business relationship with most of the shipping lines and ocean carriers, we can offer competitive ocean freight and comprehensive sea service for our good clients.

Interview with Ming Liu, Managing Director of Accelerators Worldwide Systems, LLC

Interview with Ming Liu, Managing Director of Accelerators Worldwide Systems, LLC

Accelerators Worldwide Systems is a rising star in the logistics management industry, with decades of combined experience between our company leaders. We provide integrated transportation, customs brokerage, and warehousing and distribution services on a global basis. Our extensive network of strategic partners allows us to serve the shipping community in numerous areas of the supply chain. Our commitment is to provide you with efficient, convenient, and cost effective solutions for all of your shipping needs.

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  • »Hiab receives an order for 60 MOFFETT truck-mounted forklifts from the United St2015-10-08

    Hiab, part of Cargotec, has received an order for 60 MOFFETT truck-mounted forklifts from a US-based customer. The value of the order is approximately USD 3 million and it has been booked into Cargotec's 2015 third quarter order intake.

  • »Savannah container volume up 16.6pc since January to 2.55 million TEU2015-09-28

    The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) has posted a 16.6 per cent year-to-date container volume increase to 2.55 million TEU through the Port of Savannah, according to Shipping Gazette.

  • »Qatar to spend US$40 billion on air, sea port and road network expansion2015-09-28

    Qatar's new port of Hamad that is scheduled to open at the end of next year plans to increase its annual container handling capacity to six million TEU by constructing two more container terminals by 2020, according to Shipping Gazette.

  • »APM Terminals to double capacity at Liberia's Monrovia box terminal2015-09-28

    Maersk's APM Terminals (APMT) has started expansion of container terminal in Port of Monrovia, Liberia, reports Maritime News, of Varna, Bulgaria.

  • »Kiel Port Prize honours sustainable shipping2015-09-28

    The traditional annual social get-together of the port business community – the “Sprottenback” – is the setting for the award of the Port of Kiel Prize. This year it has gone to Niclas Mårtensson, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Stena Line Group. In a speech honouring the winner, the Managing Director of the PORT OF KIEL (SEEHAFEN KIEL GmbH & Co. KG) Dr Dirk Claus praised the strong commitment of the Stena Line and Niclas Mårtensson to the development of sustainability and environmental compatibility in Baltic ferry shipping. “The Stena Line is the first shipping company in the world to put a ferry ship into operation which is driven by eco-friendly methanol”, he noted. “By retrofitting the “Stena Germanica”, which serves the Kiel - Gothenburg route, Stena Line is making a positive impact on the environment and is treading new and exemplary paths within the ferry sector”, Claus added. The retrofit work, which involved the conversion of the engines and fuel system on the ship, was carried out early this year at Remontowa Shipyard by Stena Teknik in co-operation with the Wärtsilä concern. The total cost of the conversion, which was subsidised by the EU under the Motorways of the Seas programme, was about 22 million.

  • »China Merchants, Cosco Pacific to buy Istanbul container terminal2015-09-24

    Hong Kong's China Merchants, Cosco Pacific and CIC Capital have agreed to buy 64.5 per cent of Fina Liman and Turkac's Istanbul container terminal for US$940 million, according to Shipping Gazette.

  • »Port Equipment Manufacturers Association welcomes seven new members2015-09-24

    The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA), the industry association for port equipment, has announced seven new members - Liebherr Container Cranes Ltd, VDL Containersystemen, BTG Special Products, Gantrex SA, Lenhert Reglungstechnik GmbH, Pepperl + Fuchs GmbH and Shanghai Jiuneng Mechanic & Electric Manufacturing Co Ltd., according to Shipping Gazette.

  • »Rotterdam to build harbour on Yangtze Canal2015-09-24

    Despite the odd names, given the Dutch location, local port authorities will build the Yukon Harbour on the north side of the Yangtze Canal between the Euromax Container Terminal in the Port of Rotterdam.

  • »Khalifa terminal achieves 41pc growth in January-July container volumes2015-09-23

    The Khalifa Port Container Terminal handled 41 per cent more containers during the first seven months of the year at 772,000 TEU, according to Abu Dhabi Ports, on the back of rapid growth in polymer exports and transshipment activity across the Gulf, according to Shipping Gazette.

  • »LA-Long Beach enjoy August box volumes - the best month in years2015-09-16

    The Port of Los Angeles posted a 3.8 per cent year-on-year increase in August container cargo to 786,677 TEU while Long Beach's August throughput was up 22.8 per cent to 703,652 TEU, according to Shipping Gazette.

  • »Box traffic at Auckland rose 0.4 per cent2015-09-16

    Box traffic at Auckland rose 0.4 per cent in its fiscal year ending June 30, while rival Tauranga volume was up 12 per cent, closing the gap with the nation's largest container gateway.

  • »Charleston box volume rises 15pc2015-09-16

    Sustaining above-market box volume growth, achieving the deepest harbour on the US east coast and investing in infrastructure tops the priority list in South Carolina Ports Authority's (SCPA) five-year plan, according to Shipping Gazette.

  • »Kalmar to deliver four reachstackers with the new-generation K-Motion drive line2015-09-16

    Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has announced a contract to supply Immingham Container Terminal in the UK with four Kalmar Gloria reachstackers equipped with new Kalmar K-Motion technology. The units are part of a significant investment by Associated British Ports (ABP), who are modernising their fleet to meet the growing demand for short sea container transit at the port.

  • »Another double-digit handling increase in the ports of Rostock2015-09-09

    A total of 14.2 million tonnes (gross) of goods passed the ship's rail in Rostock during the first half of 2015. The lion's share of 13.1 million tonnes was handled at the overseas port. According to the port and shipping authority another 1.1 million tonnes were loaded and unloaded at other port facilities in Rostock, such as the chemical port of Yara and the cargo and fishing port. The amounts of cargo at all the port facilities of Rostock thus again showed a double-digit handling increase of ten percent compared to the first six months of last year. The number of ferry passengers carried to and from Northern Europe also increased by 36,000 to 886,000. "The port of Rostock is buzzing with activity, and that is a good thing for the city and the federal state. More than two thirds of all seaborne goods of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are handled at the port city of Rostock", says Jens A. Scharner, Managing Director of Rostock Port Development Company.

  • »Port of Djibouti expands for the future2015-09-09

    The Port of Djibouti, ideally located at the Horn of Africa, is the major transhipment port for the region namely the East African countries. Ethiopia, South Sudan and even Uganda depend on the services provided by the Port of Sudan for their im- and export trades.

  • »Premiere for new service to Asia2015-09-09

    A new direct service operated by the G6 Alliance between Sweden and Asia has started. The alliance call at APM Terminals, the container terminal at the Port of Gothenburg, once a week.

  • »What is Seaport2014-08-14

    A port is a facility for receiving ships and transferring cargo to and from them. They are usually situated at the edge of an ocean or sea, river, or lake. Ports often have cargo-handling equipment such as cranes (operated by stevedores) and forklifts for use in loading/unloading of ships, which may be provided by private interests or public bodies. Often, canneries or other processing facilities will be located very close by. Harbor pilots, barges and tugboats are often used to safely maneuver large ships in tight quarters as they approach and leave the docks.

  • »Different between Harbor and Ports2014-08-14

    A harbor or harbour (see spelling differences), or haven, is a place where ships may shelter from the weather or are stored. Harbours can be man-made or natural. A man-made harbour will have sea walls or breakwaters and may require dredging. A natural harbour is surrounded on most sides by land.

  • »What is portainer2014-08-14

    A portainer (also known as a container crane, container handling gantry crane, quay crane, ship-to-shore crane or a STS crane) is a large dockside crane in the form of a specialized type of gantry crane used to load and unload container ships, and only seen at container terminals.

  • »What is Port Authority2014-08-14

    In Canada and the United States a port authority (less commonly a port district) is a governmental or quasi-governmental public authority for a special-purpose district usually formed by a legislative body (or bodies) to create and support economic development within that area. Port authorities are usually governed by boards or commissions, which are commonly appointed by governmental chief executives, often from different jurisdictions.[1] For example, in Canada the federal Minister of Transport selects one board member, the local chief executive one and the rest of the board are at the recommendation of port users to the federal Minister. In Canada all port authorities have a federal or Crown charter called Letters Patent.

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