July 2019 issue
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Tag: Transportation

Ports of Auckland buy world's first electric tug

Ports of Auckland has signed a contract with Dutch company Damen Shipyards to buy the world’s first full-size, fully electric port tug.

Major developments taking place at Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor

Every year, approximately 100 ships, 400 barges, 300,000 trucks, 12,000 railcars and 200 laker vessels move cargo through the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor.

Freightliner jumbo train trial success

Weighing 4,624 tonnes, this is the heaviest ‘jumbo’ train currently running in the UK.

Low water hampers Rhine river shipping in Germany

Water levels on the Rhine in Germany have fallen after recent dry weather and cargo vessels cannot sail fully loaded on sections of the river, traders said on Tuesday.

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