Beginning operation as a publicprivate partnership in 2000, the Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) was established to engage in business development activities within Namibia to encourage improved business relationship with the nation’s neighbour states, facilitate corridor infrastructure development and to increase the cargo for ports linked to the Walvis Bay Corridors
Neptune Lines (NL) was first founded in 1975 by Nicolas Travlos as a cargo and ship handling services company soon expanding its services to operate across the Mediterranean and Black Seas. Today the business is a leading independent short sea operator, having developed a strong reputation for its ability to offer tailor-made solutions and adapt to market trends.
As the owner and operator of six UK ports and terminals, the Peel Ports Group today is renowned as one of the largest port groups in the country. Committed to investment that cements its future, the group has developed an increasingly diverse service offering, ensuring it is wholly capable of
Tightly connected to the City of Constantza, the Port of Constantza’s history can be traced as far back as the 6th Century, when it operated as an emporium for Greek merchants and locals. Today known as the Eastern gate of Europe thanks to its location on the very Eastern part
Boasting a long and rich history dating as far back as the 12th century, the Port of Antwerp has developed its infrastructure and activities to grow from a humble river port to become an indispensible link in world trade and a market leader in maritime, industrial and logistical services. Taking
Established in 1982 by Mr Koch, Eleveld, Verdoorn, Veenma and Berends, Rederij Wantij BV has developed over the years to become a world-class partner in the delivery of cargo. Primarily focused on trade within Northern Europe, the Baltic and Mediterranean since the delivery of its first vessel, mv Maas, in
Global manufacturer and supplier of cargo handling and waste disposal grab equipment Salzgitter Maschinenbau AG (SMAG) can trace its roots back to the year 1919. Founded by the engineer and pioneer in modern drilling technology, Anton Raky, the company followed a strategic path of acquisition to grow into a world-leading
Since last being featured in Shipping & Marine back in October 2013, the inter-municipal Port of Grenland has taken major collaborative steps to increase its cargo volumes and develop the local industry. Equipped to handle most types of cargo, including dry bulk, liquefied gas, petroleum products, petrochemicals, cement and process