Wilhelmshaven. In the middle of the week, the new NORDFROST railway system, which connects the company’s seaport terminal with the public rail network, was inaugurated for the first time within a small circle. Combined transports are now available for all types of goods, which further increases the attractiveness of the Wilhelmshaven container port.
BREMEN. Since May 1, Oliver Meng has been appointed as an additional managing director of Addicks & Kreye Container Logistik GmbH & Co. KG and Wilhelm Müller GmbH & Co. KG have been appointed. Both companies belong to the Addicks & Kreye group of companies, which combines several service companies in the fields of container loading and unloading, service & depot, logistics and cargo control.
WASHINGTON. The World Shipping Council (WSC) has filled two management positions with leading environmental experts.
BREMERHAVEN. EUROGATE appointed Florian Brandt as temporary director of MSC Gate Bremerhaven bestellt in May.
BREMEN. A double exhibit with photographs by Hans Brockmöller (1911–1977) will be held at the Hafenmuseum Speicher XI and at the Kulturhaus Walle from 17 July to 17 October.
BREMEN. bremenports has reworked its employer brand so that it can speak to professionals, trainees and potential applicants more directly.
BREMEN. The project logistics association from Bremen and its customers take an optimistic view of the future despite the coronavirus pandemic, Brexit and trade wars.
BREMEN. With the new podcast “Go Global! Bremen Business Talks” Germany‘s smallest state has had an international audience every two weeks since April.
OLDENBURG. NPorts presented its second sustainability report in April, containing 72 pages of facts and figures as well as the measures it is taking for climate protection.
BREMEN. Since 1 April, Christian Grotemeier, Mike J. Holtkamp and Christoph Meyer have formed the executive leadership of the non-profit Bundesvereinigung Logistik (BVL), BVL Campus and BVL Service GmbH.
GEISELWIND. Athletics company Puma’s new, highly automated logistics centre in Geiselwind opened in April.
BREMERHAVEN. Maintenance and technical revisions have been conducted at the gate of the Kaiserschleuse’s inner end over the past weeks.
BONN. Kurt Sander stepped down as chairman of the supporting association for ShortSeaShipping Inland Waterway Promotion Centers (SPC) in April.
BREMERHAVEN. Thorsten Heitland (r.) joined the management team of Kloosterboer BLG Coldstore on 1 April.
BREMERHAVEN. The north sluice in Bremerhaven was deemed a historical landmark of engineering during a ceremony in April.
CUXHAVEN. “There is a lot planned for Cuxhaven in 2021, with much construction and investment for the future,” said NPorts CEO Holger Banik at a press meeting in April.
BRAKE. In March, NPorts gave a preview of its plans for the Brake location in the coming year.
BREMERHAVEN. During a visit to Bremerhaven in March, the Bremen Senator for Climate Protection, Environment, Mobility, Urban Development and Residential Development, Dr. Maike Schaefer, learned about the latest issues of importance to bremenports.
Osnabrück. In March, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics appointed Patrick Oestreich its new Chief Commercial Officer (CCO).
CUXHAVEN. Cuxhaven in Lower Saxony and Brunsbüttel in Schleswig-Holstein have been connected by the Elbe once more since March.
Oldenburg. Seaports of Niedersachsen has used a modern design for its new, completely revised homepage since March.
LYSAKER. Change in leadership at Norwegian-Swedish shipping company Wallenius Wilhelmsen.
Bremen. The “H2Cool Prelude” began in March. As part of the project, a consortium is researching how hydrogen and fuel cell technology can be used for deep freeze logistics in lorries in the future, to achieve positive results for the environment.
Bremerhaven. Already in use in Emden and Wilhelmshaven since last year, “Seabin” has been undergoing tests in the Kaiserhafen of Bremerhaven since March.