The Rhenus Group took a shareholding in ARKON Shipping GmbH & Co. KG on 21 March in the form of a 40 percent increase in share capital. The shipping company, which was established in 1995, manages a fleet of more than 120 sea-going vessels…. Photo: The Rhenus Group takes a shareholding in the ARKON Shipping […]
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The first bulk carrier with coal on board docked at the Bulk Terminal Wilhelmshaven (BTW), which is operated by Rhenus Midgard, in April 1976. The facility has handled more than 60 million tonnes of coal for local power stations and consignees further inland since this premiere four decades ago. The long-standing terminal for handling bulk […]
GRS has been commissioned to ship a new-build vessel again. The Hamburg-based specialist shipbroker was able to successfully provide the appropriate tonnage for the transportation as well as support for the project. The shipowner Njord Offshore from the UK was pleased to take delivery of the 26-metre long CTV from the Strategic Marine shipyard in Antwerp. “GRS arranged a […]
The official launch of the Nor Lines RoRo service between Cuxhaven and Norway took place on 7 May with the first departure of the MS “Kvitbjørn”. One departure per week will link the Cuxport terminal with a large number of Norwegian ports from now on. Cable drums formed part of the cargo on board the freighter “Kvitbjørn”, which is […]
Monday, 16 March 2015 Cuxport has signed an agreement with Siemens covering logistics operations for services for the following offshore converter platforms: BorWin 2, HelWin 1, HelWin 2 and SylWin 1. The long-term contract will come into effect in May this year. The agreement covers the acceptance, storage and picking of a wide variety of […]
The Norwegian shipping company Nor Lines is launching a weekly scheduled service between Cuxhaven and Norway in April 2015. Two new RoRo vessels powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) will be used on this service. In addition to performing the handling work, Cuxport will also operate as the clearance and booking agent. The port logistics specialist will also carry out […]
The Bulk Terminal Wilhelmshaven (BTW) is currently unloading the largest load of coal ever delivered to a German seaport. 172,488 tonnes of the fuel arrived at the bulk terminal operated by Rhenus Midgard from South America on board the Capesize vessel “Anangel Seafarer” on Thursday. The facility with its modern technology is able to unload […]
Press release: Rhenus Bulk Terminal Wilhelmshaven (BTW) handled 557,319 tonnes of coal in July. This is the best figure for one month at the long-standing bulk handling centre. Rhenus Midgard modernised and expanded the Business site between 2009 and 2013 so that it can handle larger volumes.
Nordic Yards in Wismar, Germany, has awarded Kongsberg Maritime a contract to deliver an Integrated Vessel Control System for a new build 80m Wind Turbine Service Jack-Up Vessel, owned by Danish offshore services specialist, DBB Jack-Up. The integrated ‘Full Picture’ solutioncovers navigation, automation and manoeuvring systems, and will beone of the first to feature Kongsberg Maritime’s recently launched […]
Thursday, 17 October 2013 Rhenus Midgard’s services for efficiently handling bulk commodities in Wilhlemshaven have now been given a new name: the label “Rhenus Bulk Terminal Wilhelmshaven” (BTW) will be used for the first time on its stand at the international Coaltrans conference in Berlin on 20 – 22 October 2013.