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Gothenburg named as the best logistics location in Sweden

With a nationwide rail shuttle network and growing container volumes, the Port of Gothenburg is described as being a pivotal factor in the emergence of the region as a logistics hub.

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Verso Corporation completes sale of Androscoggin and Stevens Point Mills

"We are pleased to have completed the sale of our Androscoggin and Stevens Point mills to Pixelle," said Verso Chief Executive Officer Adam St. John.

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Investments in Värö sawmill

“In April last year, we announced our plans to build a cross-laminated timber (CLT) facility at Värö.

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GPIDL Achieves FORS Gold Standard

FORS is a voluntary accreditation scheme for fleet operators that aims to raise the level of quality within fleet operations and to demonstrate which operators are achieving exemplary levels of best practice in safety, efficiency and environmental

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Georgia Ports Authority unveils major expansions

"As the Georgia Ports Authority enters its 75th year, we are proud to follow in the tradition of those who came before us, making exciting advances in capacity and technology to ensure our terminals remain at the forefront of global commerce," Lyn

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FPAC joins Canadian national groups in calling on federal government to bring peaceful end to illegal rail blockades

„Dear Prime Minister:

As you are aware, the ongoing rail and other infrastructure blockades taking place in various parts of the country are creating severe problems for public services, Canadian businesses, workers and their families.

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US exporters warned of pending shortages of empty containers, spot rates to Asia increasing

Additionally, export spot rates to Asia are beginning to increase as space on vessels leaving US ports tightens. The World Container Index Los Angeles to Shanghai rate had climbed to $450 per FEU as of Feb. 13, from $355 on Dec. 12.

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Coronavirus outbreak hits China paper industry, muting supply and demand

Most provincial governments had extended the Lunar New Year (LNY) holiday to February 9 to limit the flow of people. In the central province of Hubei, non-essential enterprises have been ordered not to reopen before February 14.

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