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cargo-partner in Prague offers temperature-controlled storage services

cargo-partner’s Logistics Center, located near the Václav Havel Airport (Prague, Czech Republic) now offers storage for a new type of cargo. A brand new warehouse section offers temperature-controlled storage services, ideally for products that need to be kept in low temperatures between 2 to 8 degrees Celsius. We’re talking about 1,400 sqm of storage, with […]

New rail connection between East and West

A new railway connection between the Eastern and Western parts of Europe is now available, facilitating the way cargo travels through Europe and beyond. The cities of Moerdijk (The Netherlands) and Wroclaw (Poland) are connected via rail, with the total travel time between the two estimated to take freight forwarders 30 hours. The operator, Schavemaker […]

Trieste launches innovative intermodal project

Italy’s Port of Trieste is trying out a new strategy for multimodal freight transport, said to revolutionize seaside operations. Considering this is one of Italy’s important ports to the Adriatic Sea, Trieste authorities implemented the Comodalce project (Enhancing COordination on multiMODAL freight transport in CE). The aim of this complex change is to make intermodal […]

Chinese cargo arrives in Hungary by train

Transporters managed to reach a vital step in Eurasian rail cargo transport, by establishing a direct link between Asia and Europe. Workers at the Budapest BILK Terminal (Hungary) will be able to load containers onto trains destined for Xi’an (China) and vice-versa. The first train from Xi’an arrived at the Rail Cargo Terminal – BILK via the […]

C.H. Robinson expands tech solutions

One of the largest third-party logistics providers, C.H. Robinson intends to further develop its technologies and global solutions. Management wishes to recruit more than 100 IT professionals to join the tech team in Warsaw (Poland). Considering the company has a ‘diverse portfolio of customers’, according to the President of C.H. Europe, Jeroen Eijsink, having efficient […]