MOL takes delivery of the first EeneX series coal carriers – ShipInsight

Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL0) announced that the next generation coal carrier, Kurotakisan Maru III which will serve Electric Power Development (J-POWER), has been delivered to Oshima Shipbuilding. J-POWER Chairman Watanabe and MOL Chairman Hashimoto and their wives attended the christening and delivery ceremony and the ship began its maiden voyage. …

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Pickup truck slides sideways in the cab of a semi-trailer, causing diesel spill on Highway 97 – Keremeos Review

Update: 3.15 p.m .: Penticton RCMP provided an update on the serious crash on Highway 97 on Wednesday morning. Early information at the scene suggests that a southbound pickup truck on Highway 97 crossed the double solid line and collided with an oncoming semi-trailer, RCMP said. The van slid to …

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Food Delivery and Online Platform Services Industry in China – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “Regulatory Report: Food Delivery and Online Platform Service Industry in China” the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Policies on the status of delivery people in China are still in their infancy at the national level. Although there are no specific laws addressing their position, the …

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Teamglobal Logistics works to create a global footprint

Based in India, Teamglobal Logistics is an integrated logistics service provider in India, Bangladesh and East Africa with 1,000 employees and over 40 offices. The journey of two management graduates, Nityam Khosla and Vivek Kele, as directors began in 2005, with the initial focus on consolidating LCL. Later they embarked …

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Iqaluit’s water emergency shouldn’t hinder holiday shipping, says Canadian North

Business November 30, 2021 – 2:29 p.m. EST “We are completely caught up as the holiday season approaches,” spokesman Andrew Pope said. The backlog of cargo at Ottawa and Iqaluit airports is cleared and vacation shipments will operate as usual, Canadian North spokesman Andrew Pope said. (Photo by Mélanie Ritchot) …

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German DB Schenker to order 1,500 electric trucks from Swedish Volta

LONDON, November 30 (Reuters) – Deutsche Bahn’s [RIC:RIC:DBN.UL] The Schenker logistics unit will order nearly 1,500 electric trucks from startup Volta Trucks to transport goods from European terminals to city centers and urban areas, the companies said on Tuesday. DB Schenker will use prototype electric trucks in the spring and …

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Philadelphia delivery driver suffers facial injury on Philadelphia flight

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) – A pizza delivery driver suffered a scraped face during an armed robbery in Philadelphia on Monday night, police said. This happened around 8:30 p.m. in the 500 block of East Westmoreland Street in the Kensington section of town. Police said the 27-year-old was making a prepaid delivery …

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Time, money and business in the ports of Lagos – Opinion – The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

Where problems exist and persist, there are usually opportunities. Such is the case of the perennial problems with the ports of Lagos where the traffic jams of ships, trucks and goods persist. The ports of Lagos, the ports of Apapa and Tin-Can are the busiest in Nigeria and for this …

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A wine rack on rails? UK businesses are looking for solutions to shortages.

TILBURY, England – It’s called the ‘wine train’ and every weekend it leaves the port of Tilbury in east London on a 100 mile journey to a depot in central London. England. It looks pretty much like any other freight train, but it carries an unusual cargo: nearly 650,000 bottles …

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Elon Musk asks Tesla staff to cut delivery costs: CNBC

Tesla CEO Elon Musk urged employees to reduce the cost of delivering vehicles, CNBC reported. In a company-wide email, Musk said Tesla should stop spending a lot on acceleration fees. The push comes amid a nationwide shipping crisis that increases costs. Loading Something is loading. Elon Musk urged Tesla staff …

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