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Kuehne + Nagel enhances overland network with the acquisition of the Jöbstl Group

With the integration of the Jöbstl Group, Kuehne + Nagel is expanding its overland network and simultaneously strengthening the region as the gateway to Eastern Europe.

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Germany is faced with oversupply of logs and declining sawlog prices

Historically, Germany was a net exporter of softwood logs, but since 2009 the country has almost doubled import volumes, while exports have only grown modestly.

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DHL Freight announces average peak season surcharge of 4% for transport in Europe

The surcharge of average 4% will apply to all full-truckload (FTL), part-truckload (PTL) and less than-truckload (LTL) transport in Europe.

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Metsä Board aims for fossil free mills as part of company’s 2030 sustainability targets

The ambitious targets includes both emissions from the company’s own energy production (scope 1) as well as purchased energy (scope 2). Currently, 82% of the energy used at Metsä Board mills is fossil free.

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Brazilian pulp production falls 3.7% in 1H19; exports in June alone drop 16.8%

Brazilian pulp exports – mainly bleached eucalyptus kraft (BEK) pulp were 1.3% higher in the period, amounting 7.8 million tonnes.

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In 2019 Stora Enso increased its forest holdings

Stora Enso has biological assets in Sweden, Finland, Brazil, Uruguay, China and Laos through its own subsidiaries, joint operations and indirectly through equity accounted investments.

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All roads lead to Tarragona: The stage is set for a world-class Transport Symposium 23

Organized by Fastmarkets RISI, in association with the International Forest Products Transport Association (IFPTA), the event focuses on the issues surrounding the worldwide transport, materials handling, and distribution of forest products.

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American Trucking Associations releases updated driver shortage report and forecast

“Over the past 15 years, we’ve watched the shortage rise and fall with economic trends, but it ballooned last year to the highest level we’ve seen to date,” said ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello.

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