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Week 22, 2018

Editorial

It is week 22 and I am attending the breakbulk expo in Bremen which takes place between 29-31 of May. It is normally held in Antwerp however this year it takes place in the German port city of Bremen. It is the biggest event in the world for breakbulk and project cargo and thus there is a need to be there to meet and greet and hopefully catch up with old friendships whilst also forging new ones.

Therefore for this week's issue of Project Cargo Weekly I have compiled  5 interesting interviews that we have had in the last year. It is a mix of shipowners, freight forwarders and also a geographical mix spanning from Nepal to Africa and from Scandinavia to Australia. We also have trade sector news, video, history and other informations for you as usual.

Meantime a general notice to you all that:
Project Cargo Weekly will be "closed" for holiday between June 15 and August 02 meaning our last issue before the summer will be June 14 and our first issue after summer will be August 02.

Enjoy and have a great rest of the week...end

Yours sincerely, Bo H. Drewsen

bo.drewsen@projectcargo-weekly.com
www.projectcargo-weekly.com

Advanced Airsea

Torecom Transit, a Togo based Freight Forwarder

Interview with Mr. Emmanuel Hounkpe

Read the interview

ANL Container Line

Interview with Mr. Chris Schultz - General Manager - Business Development

Read the interview

Ultrabulk AS – Copenhagen, Denmark

Interview with Ms. Saskia Hochstein - Head of Parcel Service

Read the interview

Sea Sky Cargo Service (P) Ltd, Kathmandu, Nepal

Interview with Mr. Pankaj Sharma - President

Read the interview

GPO Heavylift – Oslo, Norway

Interview with Mr. Torbjorn Holthe Chartering Manager

Read the interview

Dogado

Waste Management

  • ENVAC to Install Major Underground Waste & Recycling Collection System in Seoul

    ENVAC, is to install its automated waste collection system n Seoul’s vibrant Seocho Gu district. The installation will collect waste from community facilities and mixed use apartments when it goes live in 2022. Read more...

Power Generation

  • Wärtsilä Hamworthy wins MBR contract for UK’s largest cruise ship

    Wärtsilä Hamworthy has won a contract from Fincantieri Cantieri Navali Italiani S.p.A. to supply two Membrane BioReactors (MBRs) to the 141,000gt newbuilding under construction for Carnival group member P&O Cruises. Read more...

  • Capstone Turbine Corporation announced a new 1.4 megawatt (MW) order in the United Kingdom commercial and industrial sector.

    The order consists of one C1000 Signature Series low-pressure microturbine and two traditional C200 low-pressure systems that will be installed and commissioned this summer. Pure World Energy, (PWE), (www.pureworldenergy.com) Capstone’s distributor for the United Kingdom, secured the sizable order which is the first Capstone Signature Series C1000 configuration to be sold in the United Kingdom. Read more...

Manufacturing

  • Steel Strips Wheels jumps 1.3% after bagging USA truck wheel order

    Steel Strips Wheels Limited (SSWL), manufacturer of steel wheel rims, bagged an export order for supplying truck and trailer steel wheels to the USA aftermarket. Wheels will be dispatched from SSWL’s Chennai facility in the next two months. Order comprises of 4,200 truck wheels. Read more...

Rulewave

This Week in Shipping History

1997 on the Island of Lombok, Indonesia visiting the local port, I lived there 3 years.

Light Moment of the Week

Government Structures Compared
3K Logistics

Video of the Week

Misty day in the middle of the pacific near the international dateline onboard rickmers antwerp

Photo of the Week

Almost a traffic jam, south of Sri Lanka in the Indian Ocean

"Liberty when it beings to take root, is a plant of rapid growth"


- George Washington -

"One generation oopens the road upon which another generation travels"


- Ancient Korean Proverb -

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