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Mapping the World’s Wind Energy Potential

The World Bank and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) today launched new Global Wind Atlas during the Wind-Europe conference and exhibition in Amsterdam A free web-based tool that could help policymakers and investors identify promising areas for wind power generation, virtually anywhere in the world. The Global Wind Atlas is expected to help

The Rise of Industrial Airports

For the past few years airports have been struggling with the capacity of their flights.In a recent move at Amsterdam Airport, Schiphol, the airport has gone so far as to shift charter (holiday) flights from Amsterdam to another airport which is about 30 kilometer away and which would not be

Russia Researchers Unveils SKYF Heavy Lift Drones

A new drone designed by Russian researchers is the hulk of the quadcopter world – and can carry a 400-pound (181-kg) payload and fly for up to eight hours. The multi-rotor, autonomous drone, called SKYF, was designed with logistics and agribusinesses companies in mind to create a air freight platform to

MHI Vestas SOV Leaves Cemre Shipyard

Turkey’s Cemre Shipyard has delivered a service operation vessel (SOV) ordered by Esvagt and chartered to MHI Vestas Offshore Wind. MHI Vestas will use the Havyard-designed SOV for O&M operations on the Nobelwind and the Belwind offshore wind farms in the Belgian North Sea under a ten-year charter. The SOV is equipped with

AAL Ships Replacement Bridge Structure

Project cargo and heavy-lift operator AAL has transported and discharged a replacement structure for the Johnson Street Bridge in Victoria, British Columbia. The bridge section measured 43 meters long and forms the largest component in the biggest single-leaf bascule bridge in Canada. It was transported aboard the A-Class vessel, the AAL Singapore in

Mid-month rate increase fails to lift Asia-Europe spot rates

Asia-North Europe spot rates slipped below $700 per TEU this week, an indication that carriers either decided not to implement previously announced Nov. 15 price increases on the trade or rising surplus capacity simply made it irrelevant. . Rates on the Shanghai-Rotterdam route declined by $39 to $689 per TEU, only the

HeavyLift.Club Future Concept

There has been a lot of companies that are looking to change the Heavy-lift or Freight industry for the better by making it more efficiently by applying the latest technologies or by changing the business model. The new network organization HeavyLift.Club is in discussions with EPC companies, Manufacturers, Oil &

End-to-End Technology Solution with XELLZ

Using state of the art online IT technology and the latest in project logistics management processes, XELLZ says they can lower the total cost of project logistics with over 25% as well as offering 100% transparency across the entire project lifetime. By making use of the latest in online Project Logistics Management technology combined with

Full Charter to Turkey

Titan Cargo has done it again and now loaded 5000 cbm on full charter to Turkey. With a total of 802 packages, 938 tons and 4915 cbm of freight which had been loaded at 22 different supplier locations, requiring 100 truckloads and all being loading into one vessel, the BBC Bahrain, this