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38th daily rail service launched from the Port of Felixstowe

The 38th daily rail service has been introduced at Hutchison Ports Port of Felixstowe.

11 January 2022

Port of Tyne welcomes first container ship arriving directly from China

Marking a first for the Port of Tyne, the first ever container shipment of goods coming directly from China into the UK has docked and been efficiently unloaded in South Shields.

11 January 2022

MSC makes €5.7B offer for Bolloré Africa Logistics

Bolloré Group has received an offer from the Mediterranean Shipping Company to acquire 100% of Bolloré Africa Logistics. 

05 January 2022

ARU project aims to boost efficiency at Port of Felixstowe

Anglia Ruskin University is working with Britain’s busiest container port, the Port of Felixstowe, to improve efficiency, reduce carbon emissions and enable more containers to be...
05 January 2022

CILT gives evidence at Transport Select Committee

CILT (UK) appeared before the Transport Select Committee today regarding its inquiry into the road freight supply chain. Kevin Richardson FCILT, Chief Executive at CILT(UK) called on...
08 December 2021
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Financial incentives for businesses to locate at Thames Freeport

A range of financial incentives which make it economically attractive for businesses to locate at Thames Freeport now apply.   
22 November 2021

Empty containers expose supply chain fractures

Huge trade imbalances between Asia and the big consumer markets in North America and Europe mean that millions of empty containers have to be re-positioned each year, a challenge at the best of...
18 November 2021

Associated British Ports launches strategic development initiative

Associated British Ports is bringing forward more than 1,000 acres of development land to support the UK’s supply chain, manufacturing and renewable energy sectors.  
15 November 2021

CILT reveals 18-point action plan to deliver net-zero at COP26

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK, the leading professional membership organisation for those working in transport and logistics, has today revealed its 18-point action...
09 November 2021
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Port of Felixstowe makes major decarbonisation investment

Coinciding with COP26 in Glasgow, Hutchison Ports’ Port of Felixstowe has announced a major investment in new equipment to help decarbonise its operations. 
09 November 2021
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