Logistics News - 16 October

Logistics News - 16 October

Increasing numbers of UK shippers are switching their container import gateway from the congestion of Southampton and Felixstowe to Liverpool.

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It is now over four months since Hutchison Ports installed its nGen terminal operating system (TOS) at the Port of Felixstowe, a system which it had already fitted in 25 of its managed ports worldwide.

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Announcing the Rail Review into the most appropriate organisational and commercial framework for the rail sector.

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More details about a much-anticipated review of UK railways have been revealed with the transport secretary hoping to see improvements to the network by 2020.

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A project is underway to upgrade the rail route between Doncaster and Immingham which looks to keep traffic off the roads.

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Scotch Whisky exports rose to almost £2 billion in the first half of the year.

Exports increased in value by 10.8% to £1.97 billion, compared with the same period in 2017.

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GrainCorp is to spend almost $100 million expanding its Bairds Malt capacity in Scotland to help keep pace with growth in the barley malting sector and demand from whisky distillers.

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With the €800 million fine levied on Audi by German authorities this week the total costs for the Volkswagen group have now apparently topped €27 billion in the aftermath of the emissions scandal.

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