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Exhibitor press releases are not edited by Informa Exhibitions or Molokini Marketing. Articles are reproduced as submitted.

Ecorys’ Intermodal Links develops intermodal planner for Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven

The intermodal planner supports the Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven JadeWeserPort in achieving its growth targets by clearly showing the benefits of multimodal transport that uses the port of Wilhelmshaven. Logistics companies can save on costs and can reduce their environmental impact by using intermodal transport to and from the port area. The online planner shows the optimal route to almost all locations in Europe and unlocks the
intermodal hinterland of Wilhelmshaven.

In addition to location and draft, good intermodal hinterland connections determine the competitiveness of a port. Linked directly to quayside transshipment in Germany’s only deep-water port, the multimodal transport terminal is the ideal logistics hub for transports with containers, semitrailers and swap-body platforms. With the new intermodal planner, Wilhelmshaven shows more connections than expected. The online planner will be launched officially during Intermodal Europe 2014 in November.

For more news from Intermodal Links,  click here.

MCI eyes “revolution” of mango trade

A recent test in Ivory Coast shows how West Africa’s mango trade can be extended by special containers that place the fruit in hibernation.

Farmers in Ivory Coast struggle with a mango harvest season that is as short as the fruit is sweet. “For a 4-6 week period in April and May, the country is flooded with good mangos, but it ends abruptly when the rainy season starts. From then on, the mango just starts decaying, ” explains Mathew Shed, container manager in the specialist shipping company Africa Express Line (AEL).

“We were approached in April by Eolis, a CF logistics company, who asked for some kind of smart solution that would keep the fruit delicious and marketable for a longer time, ” he adds. The solution turned out to be special reefer containers. With quick help from a container leasing company and a container depot in Antwerp, Belgium, Star Cool containers were upgraded to work with controlled atmosphere, in short known as CA, and sent to Ivory Coast.

To read the full press release,  click here.

“From Road to Sea”

SPC Germany (ShortSeaShipping Inland Waterway Promotion Center)

The German ShortSeaShipping Inland Waterway Promotion Center is a public-private-partnership located in the Federal Ministry of Transport. The organization which is co-financed by the public sector is part of a pan-European network. It has been initiated by the European Commission, in order to strengthen alternative – especially waterborne – modes of transport like shortsea- and inland waterway shipping.

SPC is providing information on intra-European shipping- and rail-traffic as well as on handling options in the context of multimodal supply-chains. Its intention is to create a higher transparency on the market’s supply-side and the systemically opportunities of waterborne and rail carriage of goods, to result in an increased usage of those modes of transport. Since the foundation in 2001 the SPC acts supplier neutral in all projects.

The SPC’s competence network includes 11 public and 40 private members.

The SPC are co-exhibiting at Intermodal Europe 2014 on stand B90 with H&S Container Line. For more H&S Container Line news,  click here.


XtendFRESH™ Container Atmosphere Control Technology
Now Available from Carrier Transicold

SYRACUSE, N.Y., July 29, 2014 – The innovative XtendFRESH™ atmosphere control system, which preserves quality and extends shipping distances for perishables shipped in refrigerated containers, is now available from Carrier Transicold. In concert with the commercial release of the XtendFRESH system, the company produced a video demonstrating its operation and benefits. Carrier Transicold helps improve global transport and shipping of temperature-controlled cargoes with a complete line of equipment for refrigerated trucks, trailers and containers, and is a part of UTC Building & Industrial Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX).

For more news from Carrier Transicold,  click here.

Fraunhofer CML presents a new study on terminal
operating systems.

Fraunhofer CML… presented its new study, “Terminal Operating
Systems 2014”. It is the completely updated and significantly expanded new edition of the 2012 investigation of the same name. The study provides a detailed overview of the intransparent market for terminal operating systems (TOS), their functional scope and current trends on the market. With a new focus on the perspective of the users by the experts from Fraunhofer CML,  “Terminal Operating Systems 2014” offers all potential TOS users a basis for
deciding on the system best suited to them.

For news from Fraunhofer CML,  click here.


You can read the full press releases online on our dedicated press page.

Pakistan-China economic corridor conference at Intermodal Europe 2014

As part of a Spotlight on Asia, the Pakistan-China economic corridor programme will be the focus of a conference session at Intermodal Europe 2014, which takes place from 11-13 November at the Rotterdam Ahoy. Read more…

Analysing ocean freight data at Intermodal Europe 2014

Ocean freight data and accurate analytics will be discussed during a conference session at Intermodal Europe 2014, which takes place from 11-13 November at the Rotterdam Ahoy. Read more…

eMAR project conference at Intermodal Europe 2014

A conference session discussing the eMAR (e-Maritime Strategic Framework and Simulation based Validation) project will be presented at Intermodal Europe 2014, which takes place from 11-13 November at the Rotterdam Ahoy. Read more…

Special focus conference sessions added to Intermodal Europe 2014 programme

More than 30 conference sessions have already been confirmed for Intermodal Europe 2014, from 11-13 November at the Rotterdam Ahoy. Read more…

Box Clever – Container Forum at Intermodal Europe 2014

Following news in July of an increase in global container trade*, a shipping container forum looking at innovations in the container industry and the challenges facing tank container operations has been announced to take place at Intermodal Europe 2014 on 12 November 2014 at the Rotterdam Ahoy. Read more…

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