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GB Railfreight looks towards Europe in Channel Tunnel deal

GB Railfreight looks towards Europe in Channel Tunnel deal

GB Railfreight (GBRf) recently ran its first rail service through the Channel Tunnel for Europorte France (EPF), on behalf of John G Russell, transporting containers from Dourges (France) to Barking (UK).

DP World Southampton and Hapag-Lloyd make history with four in a row

DP World Southampton and Hapag-Lloyd make history with four in a row

Four Hapag-Lloyd vessels recently called at DP World Southampton on the same day. Having a vessel from the same shipping line moored simultaneously at each of its deep-sea berths was a historic first for the terminal.

Heavy lift barge brings Panama Canal expansion one step closer

Heavy lift barge brings Panama Canal expansion one step closer

The first in a series of new gates for the ongoing Panama Canal expansion have been successfully delivered by Crowley Maritime Corp.’s heavy lift barge 455 4.

Shortage of drivers could affect Christmas deliveries, warns RHA

Shortage of drivers could affect Christmas deliveries, warns RHA

The Road Haulage Association (RHA) has issued a stark warning that the UK’s road haulage industry is now facing a massive shortage of drivers and, unless urgent action is taken, shoppers could be facing empty shelves at Christmas and beyond!

London Gateway welcomes a giant of the seas

London Gateway welcomes a giant of the seas

Edith Maersk, the largest ever ship to sail on the Thames, has berthed at DP World London Gateway’s deepwater container port. As one of the largest in the world, the record breaking vessel is as long as four football pitches.