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SWZ | Maritime: The world of Project Cargo

The project cargo industry is ever evolving. The increase in scale continues unabated and blockchain wins more and more ground rapidly. All the more reason for SWZ | Maritime to fully dedicate this months’ edition to this exceptional, dynamic industry.

Get an update on the latest developments within project cargo, gain new insights and read in-depth specials concerning the scale increase, supply chain management and autonomous ship handling.

In honor of the Project Cargo Summit 2019, that takes place on 11 & 12 September in Rotterdam, SWZ | Maritime gives you the opportunity to read this months’ edition for free. Provide yourself with the latest knowledge and prepare for the upcoming changes within your logistical process.

Download the magazine here.

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Sarens moves giant 1,050-tonne splitter by road

Sarens has moved a giant 1,050-tonne heavy splitter in Kazakhstan using SPMT’s to transport the mega load over 47 kilometres of desert road. The transport was carried out for Kazakhstan Petrochemical Industries which will be using the C3 splitter at a new gas-chemical complex in Karbattan. Travelling at a speed of only 3.5 kilometres, a… Read more ›

SAL appoints Chief Information Officer to develop digital business

PRESS RELEASE – SAL Heavy Lift is taking further steps to strengthen and develop its digital landscape by creating a new executive function that focusses on information technology and digitalization. The company has appointed managing director Claas Matthies as the new Group Chief Information Officer (CIO). The move aims to contribute to the increased profit… Read more ›

Breakbulk volumes in Antwerp take massive hit

Conventional breakbulk volume in Antwerp has taken a massive beating in 2019, dropping 18% year-on-year. Port of Antwerp describes the decrease as “a consequence of the turbulence in the world”, pointing at the ongoing trade dispute between the US and China.  The throughput of conventional breakbulk volume amounted to 8.35 million tonnes. Ro/ro volumes were… Read more ›