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We are ready for #BBEU2017 in Antwerp! Meet us at stand no 414 H2 from 24-26 april. #Hecksher1797 #Scandinavia #Poland #Baltics #heavylift #breakbulk


Hecksher will participate in the worlds largest project cargo and break bulk exhibition on the 24-26th of April 2017 in Antwerp. We are looking forward to meeting our clients and friends. Find us at stand: 414 H2 See you in Antwerp!
Glasgow-based Braid Logistics Limited is believed to the first major logistics organisation to achieve ISO 14001 accreditation for its entire distribution management system. The award covers Braid Logistics entire logistics and supply chain process. For Flexitanks, this encompasses the manufacturing of flexitanks to exacting standards through to th
Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) achieved what it describes as “steady growth” in all air traffic categories in the first month of 2017. Cargo traffic through the gateway increased by 3.1% compared with January 2016 to reach 372,000 tonnes. The increased cargo throughput was attributed in the main by Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA) to [&
Alliance to deploy 350 containerships with 3.5m teu total carrying capacity. OCEAN Alliance members came together on Thursday to sign a document detailing its planned service coverage in the market.  Entitled the Day One Product, the proposed network calls for the deployment of 350 containerships with approximately 3.5m teu total carrying capacity
A joint venture will be established next year to integrate operations. JAPAN’S three major shipping companies– Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha, Mitsui OSK Lines and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha—have agreed on Monday to merge their container shipping business via establishing a joint venture. The integration will also include the trio’s overseas term
CMP is building a new container terminal in Ydre Nordhavn in Copenhagen. Copenhagen Malmö Port, CMP, is moving its container operation in Copenhagen to Ydre Nordhavn. The decision is based on the fact that urban development in the inner parts of Nordhavn is now making it relevant.   Moving the container terminal to Ydre Nordhavn […]
Shipping line now awaiting a decision from Belgium. HANJIN Shipping vessels will be able to call at ports in Germany without fear of being arrested by creditors seeking payment after legal authorities approved a bankruptcy protection order for the shipping line. A Hanjin official told Lloyd’s List that the company received the approval overnight