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Blackstone’s Tellurium to acquire logistics assets from Finland’s Sponda for EUR100m
By LBR Staff Writer
Blackstone Real Estate Partners Europe IV affiliated firm Tellurium Investment has agreed to acquire logistics assets from Finland-based property investment firm Sponda, for around €100m.
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TransAtlantic to sell container and ship management operations
By LBR Staff Writer
Viking Supply Ships subsidiary TransAtlantic has agreed to sell its container operation and ship management operations to X-Press Feeders and AtoB@C Shipping.
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“K” Line and Sharaf create new shipping and logistics firm in Dubai
By LBR Staff Writer
Japan-based Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (“K” Line) and Sharaf Group have established a new firm, K Line Shipping & Logistics (KLSL).
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Qube and partners acquire 19.99% stake in Australian freight logistics firm Asciano
By LBR Staff Writer
Qube Holdings, with the support of Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), has purchased a 19.99% stake in Australian freight logistics firm Asciano.
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Inchcape Shipping Services receives crew logistics contract from MSI Ship Management
By LBR Staff Writer
Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) has secured a new contract from MSI Ship Management to provide crew logistics services (CLS) across the world.
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Ridgemont buys US firm Unishippers Global Logistics
By LBR Staff Writer
Ridgemont Equity Partners has acquired US-based Unishippers Global Logistics, a third party logistics services provider to small and medium-sized businesses.
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APM Terminals to increase refrigerated storage capacity at Port of Limón-Moin in Costa Rica
By LBR Staff Writer
APM Terminals has unveiled plans to expand refrigerated export capabilities at the Port of Limón-Moin in Costa Rica.
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APM Terminals signs agreements to acquire 100% of Grup Maritim TCB
By LBR Staff Writer
APM Terminals announces the agreement to purchase the remaining 39% shareholder of Grup Maritim TCB. On 8 September 2015, APM Terminals announced the agreement with Perez y Cia to acquire their majority share (61%) in Grup Maritim TCB.
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APL to begin US flagged service to Guam and Saipan
By LBR Staff Writer
Ocean carrier APL is set to launch a new fortnightly US flagged service to Guam and Saipan, providing shippers an alternative from the US mainland.
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Orbcomm to acquire Mark-It Services’ firm WAM Technologies
By LBR Staff Writer
Orbcomm has signed an agreement to acquire Mark-It Services subsidiary WAM Technologies, for an undisclosed sum.
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Yilport to acquire Portuguese port management firm Tertir
By LBR Staff Writer
Turkey-based Yildirim Group’s subsidiary Yilport Holding has signed an agreement with Portugal’s Mota-Engil Group and Novo Banco to acquire Portuguese port management firm Tertir, for around €275m ($308m).
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Logistics provider Gefco to acquire Dutch firm IJS Global
By LBR Staff Writer
Logistics provider Gefco Group has entered into an agreement to acquire Netherlands-based IJS Global, which provides air and sea freight services.
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Cargotec's MacGregor receives $21m order for optimised cargo handling systems for five container vessels
By LBR Staff Writer
MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has received an order worth $21m for optimised cargo handling systems for five 10,500 TEU container vessels.
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StreamLines expand business deal with Scandinavian Shipping & Logistics
By LBR Staff Writer
Specialist carrier StreamLines has selected Scandinavian Shipping & Logistics (SSL) as its agent in Norway, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
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Port of Long Beach plans to use undeveloped 150-acre pier as cargo trade rises
By LBR Staff Writer
US-based Port of Long Beach has unveiled plans to use a largely undeveloped 150-acre pier, in a bid to increase trade at the port by moving cargo more effectively.
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