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Logistics Story

Cheesy Story? Not at all!

Last year, Heuer Logistics started distributing goods for cheese manufacturer Hochland around the globe. Not only does the medium-sized logistics company specialise in transporting cheese, it also handles maritime logistics for totally different commodities.A look at...
From Mundra to the world

From Mundra to the world

Within about 20 years, Adani Ports has grown into the largest private port operator in India – a success story that now reaches far beyond the country’s borders and even has an impact as far away as Wilhelmshaven.

Small but strong

Small but strong

LATIN AMERICA. The vital role played by tugs when ships enter and leave the port is not always given its due. But they are an indispensable part of the logistics chain. And it’s not only large freighters that rely on them.

“Time passes differently here“

“Time passes differently here“

NORTH AMERICA. The Georgia Port Authority (GPA) is aiming to improve supply chains around Savannah and Brunswick with a range of construction and development projects so that goods can reach customers even faster.

Maritime motorway to Norway

Maritime motorway to Norway

SCANDINAVIA. Ferries are set to operate regularly between Wilhelmshaven and Norway – thanks to deep-freeze logistics company Nordfrost, which aims to use their own port site, including RoRo facilities, and to charter shipping.

China makes its way to Wilhelmshaven

China makes its way to Wilhelmshaven

CHINA. The new China Logistics-Wilhelmshaven hub is being constructed on an area of around 20 hectares to the north of the JadeWeserPort freight village. In the long term, this would not only result in up to 100,000 TEU more cargo handling for the site, but could also create up to 250 new jobs.

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