Norway

Norway

23 Mar 2020
Global car and roll-on, roll-off (ro-ro) carrier Wallenius Wilhelmsen Group is laying up ships and sending others to the scrap yard to preserve cash and liquidity as the spread of coronavirus causes automotive production to shut down worldwide.
13 Jan 2020
Air cargo may have had a year to forget in 2019, but in Europe it will be remembered as the year seafood exports to Asian markets, especially Norway to China, started to really take off.
Wallenius Wilhelmsen.
13 Aug 2018
Under the International Maritime Organization's rule, starting in 2020, ships will only be allowed to emit 0.5 percent sulfur, down from the currently acceptable level of 3.5 percent.
Hoegh Autoliners roll-on, roll-off
09 Apr 2018
Europe’s automotive logistics sector is on a roll. Volumes are rising across the supply chain, and with the strengthening EU and US economies, 2018 should prove to be a year of continued sector growth. However, concern about a possible trade war and Britain’s complex exit from the European Union are two trade storm clouds.
30 Aug 2017
Samskip has not revealed how much it is paying for Nor Lines.
25 Jul 2017
The move would build upon Samskip’s penetration of the shipping market between Norway and Northern Europe in recent years.
03 Nov 2016
Eimskip will acquire the Norwegian short-sea operator Nor Lines, the latest purchase by the Icelandic container line, which has made expansion via acquisitions a key goal.
30 Aug 2016
Samskip, the Icelandic shipping and logistics group, has bought Norway’s Euro Container Line.
02 Sep 2015
By snapping up the remaining shares of Van Dieren Sweden, multimodal logistics operator Samskip aims to strengthen its European intermodal rail links and gain business from shippers.
Yilport terminal in Sweden
21 Aug 2014
With much of the attention of the international container shipping industry on gateway ports and congestion problems they’re experiencing in handling mega-ships, Turkish port operator Yilport Holding sees opportunity in short-sea and feeder operations.
09 Aug 2014
Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA, the world’s largest deep-sea roll-on, roll-off carrier, posted a 30 percent decline in second-quarter profit as one-off charges offset a double-digit increase in cargo volume.