Friday 22nd Mar 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Rhenus acquires Rodair Group

The Rhenus Group has acquired Rodair, the Canadian logistics solutions specialist headquartered in Toronto.

£60m funding for Port of Tyne

The Port of Tyne is to receive a £60 million refinancing package from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking to develop a number of major infrastructure projects.

Profits boost for Maersk

AP Moller – Maersk increased EBITDA by eight per cent to $3.8 billion last year saying it had benefited from higher freight rates, efficiencies gained from the integration of continuing operations, and synergies from the acquisition of Hamburg Süd.

Maersk targets logistics with Vandegrift buy

AP Moller-Maersk has acquired US customs house broker Vandegrift, saying that customs house brokerage is a key component in Maersk’s strategy to become an integrated container logistics company, providing end-to-end solutions to customers.

Unifeeder Gdynia Service to call at DP World London Gateway

Unifeeder is to begin operating a direct service between Gdynia, Poland and DP World’s London Gateway facility as part of its strategy to provide a competitive transport alternative for its customers to ensure a steady flow of cargo to the UK, via multiple points of entry.

B&M increases cargo imports into Liverpool

Retailer B&M is to increase its cargo into the Port of Liverpool by 30 per cent following frustrations with delay-struck southern ports and inland logistic issues.

Siemens opens robotised module factory

Siemens has opened a completely automated battery module factory in Trondheim, Norway with a robotised and digitised production line featuring eight robotic stations with a capacity of up to 300 MWh per year to cater to the worldwide demand for reliable battery solutions.