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Washington State Supreme Court limits Governor’s rule cutting greenhouse-gas emissions

SEATTLE, Jan. 20, 2020 (Seattle Times) -The Washington State Supreme Court has invalidated key portions of a rule imposed by the administration of Gov.

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Drewry: modest outlook for container market

Drewry is now predicting that world container port throughput will increase by 3.3% in 2020, following an estimated 2.3% rise last year.

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Port of Antwerp scores 7th record year in a row

Although some segments are clearly under pressure due to economic reasons the port is making progress overall.

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Kuehne + Nagel joins the Development and Climate Alliance

The globally operating company is thus taking on a pioneering role in the logistics industry.

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EU sulphur cap entered into force

Commissioner for Transport Adina Vălean said: “Maritime transport is a global business, and reducing its emissions requires global solutions.

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SCA to move its vessel registration home to Sweden

At the turn of the year, a new company, SCA Shipping AB, was formed. “Gathering our entire shipping business is a more logical solution“, says Per-Anders Westin, Finance Manager SCA Logistics.

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North American forest products rail volume 6.1% lower in 2019

US forest products freight was 4.5% lower for the year to 509,238 carloads. Canada declined 8.4% to 349,875 carloads, including an eight-day strike by the Teamsters union in late November.

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UPM Lappeenranta Biorefinery marks five years at forefront of biofuel development

The UPM Lappeenranta Biorefinery uses wood-based residual raw material, crude tall oil, to produce unique renewable fuels that genuinely decrease emissions and mitigate climate change.

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