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Gain Valuable Insight at Transport Symposium 22

The Transport Symposium 22 has prepared an exclusive program including several discussion panels and key industry presenters.

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Port of Rotterdam signs MoU related to the Brazilian port of Pecém

This may lead to the joint venture Industrial Port Complex of Pecém. The Industrial Port Complex of Pecém is close to Fortaleza. It is a brownfield port with a throughput of 11 million tons in 2016, mainly coal, iron ore, containers and LNG.

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Port of Antwerp: Strongest start ever

The port of Antwerp handled 54,324,303 tonnes of freight during the first three months of this year, 1.5% more than in the same period last year. The further growth is mainly due to container freight, which was up by 2% in terms of tonnage.

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Metsä Group’s Wood Products Industry establishes birch plywood mill in Pärnu, Estonia

The construction of the birch plywood mill in Pärnu is part of the 100 million euro investment program Metsä Wood published in June 2016. The program is carried out during 2017-2018. The new mill will create approximately 200 jobs to Pärnu.

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Germany to host “BreakBulk Europe” for the first time in 2018

Bremen will be the centre of the breakbulk community from 29 to 31 Mai 2018.

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Georgia Ports Authority marks double-digit growth

The Georgia Ports Authority saw its busiest February ever for total cargo, moving 2.94 million tons across all docks last month – a 10% increase over February 2016, and second only to January’s 3.01 million tons.

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UPM Raflatac partners with Kuehne + Nagel

UPM Raflatac and Kuehne + Nagel Integrated Logistics have partnered in a study to evaluate and develop the sustainability and performance of UPM Raflatac's supply chain.

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Brazilian exports continue to grow in the planted tree sector

Pulp exports totaled 2.3 million tons in January and February of 2017, up 3.4% over the same period of 2016 when 2.2 million tons were traded.

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