Friday 22nd Sep 2017 - Logistics & Supply Chain

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Maersk to sell oil business to Total

AP Møller – Mærsk is to sell its oil and gas business to Total for $7.45 billion in a move that will enable it to focus on its core shipping and logistics operations.

Rhenus to launch Australian company

The Rhenus Group is to purchase Australia-based freight forwarding company O’Brien Customs and Forwarding. The company will open its own national Australian company ‘Rhenus Logistics Australia’.

K+N to support Shanghai port link

Kuehne + Nagel has signed a strategic cooperation with Jiangsu Taicang Port Authority and Shanghai Port Authority Zhenghe Terminal to promote a sea link between the Shanghai and Taicang ports.

Container index down 3.6pc

Drewry’s World Container Index, which takes in freight rates on major routes, fell by 3.6 per cent to 1500.87/40ft container last week.

Maersk Hamburg Süd takeover approved by boards

Maersk Line €3.7 billion acquisition of Hamburg Süd, the German container shipping line, has been approved by the boards of both companies and now just needs regulatory approval before it can be completed.

Challenging times on the high seas

Last week saw the start of operations by the three new container shipping alliances (2M-HMM/HS, Ocean and THE Alliance).

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