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AddSecure taps into new markets with purchase

Swedish telecommunications service provider, AddSecure, has acquired Astrata’s European telematics division, strengthening its transport and logistics position.

Dachser expands French warehouse capacity

Dachser is strengthening its warehousing capacity in France with the construction of new facilities in Roissy and Nîmes.

Kuehne+Nagel opens spare part logistics space

Transport company Kuehne+Nagel has opened a new contract logistics centre for the worldwide distribution of spare parts.

TIP Group expands truck parking

TIP Group has acquired a new secure truck parking facility in Sorigny — its second site in France.

Port of Baltimore opens following bridge collapse

The United States Department of Transportation has fully reopened the Port of Baltimore.
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ZF North America appoints President

Vehicle component manufacturer, ZF, has appointed a new President for its North America unit.

H. Essers expands in France with acquisition

Logistics service provider H.Essers has purchased French transport company TFMO (Transports Frigorifiques des Monts d’Or)

Hendrickson purchases suspension business

Suspension systems and components manufacturer, Hendrickson, has acquired a Missouri-based suspension business.

SSAB appoints manager for new fossil-free site

SSAB has announced a new Site and Production Manager for its fossil-free facility in Oxelösund, Sweden.

New operator for Tanzanian port

Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd. (APSEZ),  has signed a 30-year concession agreement with the Tanzania Ports Authority to …

500-year-old Royal Mail to be sold

International Distribution Services (IDS), which owns Britain’s Royal Mail, has confirmed it will sell the postal operator to a Czech …

TIP trials solar-powered reefers

TIP has committed to a 12-month trial of a zero-emission, battery and solar-powered transport refrigeration unit (TRU).