|28 September 2010|
|18:58||RoadMoscow Govt Wants to Close Ring Road for Trucks|
|18 June 2008|
|14:46||truckGreenway Increases Its Truck Fleet|
|9 August 2007|
|18:37||containerFinland to Reduce Queues|
|31 July 2007|
|15:08||seaRhenus Put New Service|
Rhenus has boosted its transport network with a new direct link between Hamburg and Lithuania.
|27 July 2007|
|14:46||seaScania to Produce Trucks in Russia|
The Swedish truck producer Scania AB plans to build a manufactory to produce trucks in Russia.
The assembling manufacture will produce 10 thousand trucks per year, reports RBC quoting the press-service of the company.
In the next future Scania intends to discuss the manufacture location with the Russian authorities.
|26 July 2007|
|10:03||seaTrucks to Go to Astrakhan by Sea|
The Government of Azerbaijan and the authorities of the Astrakhan region came into agreement to begin trucks transportation by sea, reports IA Regnum quoting director of Baku international commercial sea port Elchin Mirsoev.
According to the director of the port, transportation can start within the near future.
|4 July 2007|
|11:37||containerTransContainer Orders Komatsu Forklift Trucks|
This July Universal-Spetstekhnika started the delivery of Komatsu forklift trucks for TransContainer.
|28 June 2007|
|12:35||containerLight-Duty Trucks to Be Produced in Nizhni Novgorod |
Iveco, the subsidiary of the Italian Fiat Auto, and Samotlor-NN, the Russian car producer, singed an agreement to establishe a joint venture to produce Daily light-duty trucks, reports RBC quoting the press-release of Iveco.
The Italian company will have a 51% share of the new venture.
It is planned to locate productive facilities in Nizhni Novgorod.
|7 May 2007|
|15:24||containerVroon to Have 4 New Carriers|
Dutch owner Vroon has confirmed it has signed up for 4 new pure car and truck carriers (PCTCs) at Mitsubishi in Japan, reports TradeWinds.
The 3,900-vehicle-capacity, 14,900-dwt ships will be delivered between summer 2009 and spring 2010.
|3 May 2007|
|15:04||seaContainerships Group to Streamline UK Operations|
Finland-based door-to-door short-sea operator Containerships Group is streamlining its UK operations, reports the press-service of the company.
As part of the reorganization, Teesport will become the new operational centre for Containerships' UK services, and the Felixstowe office will be closed, on May 31 this year.
|2 May 2007|
|16:36||seaKazakhstan to Build Road from China to Europe |
The Government of Kazakhstan is examining the project of building a new transport corridor West Europe - West China, reports RBC.
The project is worth $2.3 bn, reports Reuters quoting the report of the RK minister of transport and communication.
|24 April 2007|
|17:14||seaSea Port Saint-Petersburg Orders equipment|
Kalmar Industries has received an order from JSC Sea Port St.Petersburg, Russia, for 24 machines for delivery from May to September this year.
|20 April 2007|
|16:41||seaCranes For More Capacity|
Last Saturday the "Zhen Hua 5" from Shanghai arrived in the port of Rotterdam.
|14:41||seaMAN Put Car Manufacturing Plant into Operation in Poland |
"On April 18 the company MAN Nutzfahrzeuge put the car manufacturing plant to produce trucks in Poland near Krakove, reports the press-service of the company.
The company will officially open the plant in October of the current year.
|12:03||containerVolvo to Build Car Manufacturing Plant in Russia|
On April 19 Volvo announced its plans to build a car manufacturing plant to produce trucks in Russia.
|19 April 2007|
|16:53||seaSchenker's Multimodal Logistics Center in Finland |
On April 17 Schenker oficially opened their first multimodal logistics center in Finland in the port of Turku.
|12 April 2007|
|18:16||seaMoby Dick Haults (photo)|
|21 March 2007|
|09:40||containerNew Warehousing Complex in Almaty|
In the next future an A-class warehousing complex will be put into operation in Almaty (Kazakhsan), as Irina Gyrova, head of the business development department of Central Asian Logistics Management told SeaNews.
The complex operator is Central Asian Logistics Management.
The area of terminal facilities totals about 50 thousand sq.
|5 March 2007|
|20:12||seaCSCL into rail operations|
China Shipping Container Lines has formed a strategic alliance with a state-owned rail freight operator to launch an inter-modal train network.
|26 February 2007|
|12:22||seaIsuzu Motors and Severstal-Avto to Establish Joint Venture|
The Japanese car manufacturer Isuzu Motors and Severstal-Avto, JSC are going to establish a joint venture to assemble trucks, reports RBC quoting the press-service of Sever-Avto.