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Rhenus takes a 40 percent shareholding in the ARKON Shipping Group – and a joint investment company is established

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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40 years of handling coal at the BTW in Wilhelmshaven under the Rhenus flag

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 […]

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Wärtsilä X92 ordered for new class of mega container vessels

The W-X92 engine successfully passed the Factory Acceptance Test. Adding to a rapidly expanding order book for its Generation X low speed two-stroke diesel and dual-fuel engines, Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd (WinGD) has announced to equip the first container vessel in the new “mega-class” with cargo capacities over 20,000 twenty foot equivalent units (TEU)…

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GRS successfully arranges shipping of CTV new-build from Asia to Europe

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 […]

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Synapsis INS for New Car Carriers

The German navigation system integrator Raytheon Anschütz has won a contract to supply the latest generation of IMO-certified Integrated Navigation Systems (INS) to three car carriers built by the Croatian shipbuilder Uljanik Brodogradiliste. The Pure Car and Truck Carriers (PCTCs) will be owned by Cayman Island based Auto Marine Transport Inc. and are scheduled for […]

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New name and logo, same excellent service – German Renewables Shipbrokers now Global Renewables Shipbrokers

The purpose of rebranding GRS is to send a clear message to the global offshore market for renewables. The company is underscoring the fact that from Hamburg it operates around the world. Four years after founding GRS German Renewables Shipbrokers, the German specialist shipbroker is giving itself a new name. “Adopting a global mind-set to […]

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First departure for the new scheduled RoRo service from the Cuxport terminal to Norway

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 […]

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