Europe Infrastructure News

Europe Infrastructure News

19 Feb 2013
The European Union has allocated 3.5 million euros (about US$4.7 million) from the TEN-T Programme to help further the development of a rail freight corridor at Meteren-Boxtel in the Netherlands.
13 Feb 2013
The European Union
13 Feb 2013
The European Union will co-finance a project to raise bridges on the Albert Canal in the Flanders region in Belgium to allow taller ships and barges to access the waterway.
04 Feb 2013
The European Union has allocated funding from the TEN-T Programme, under the 2011 TEN-T Annual Call, for two rail infrastructure projects in Italy and Austria.
04 Feb 2013
The European Union has allocated funding from the TEN-T Programme, under the 2011 TEN-T Annual Call, for two maritime infrastructure projects in Europe.
17 Jan 2013
The European Union will co-finance, with more than 2.2 million euros (about US$2.9 million) from the trans-European transport network program, studies analyzing options to improve rail connections to France’s Port of Dunkirk...
15 Nov 2012
The Portuguese government has shortlisted five bidders for the privatization of its airport operator, ANA-Aeroportos de Portugal SA, after receiving proposals of up to 2.6 billion euros (about US $9.2 billion), Dow Jones Newswires reported.
14 Nov 2012
Goteborg Energi, Lidkoping municipality and Swedish Biogas International recently opened Lidkoping Biogas, Sweden’s first liquefied biogas facility, which creates technical solutions for the sustainable development of heavy transportation in the future.
Road expansion program Schiphol Airport-Amsterdam-Almere
13 Nov 2012
Rijkswaterstaat, the executive arm of the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, recently signed a “design, build, finance, maintain” contract with Royal Boskalis Westminster, VolkerWessels, Hochtief and DIF...
01 Nov 2012
China’s sovereign wealth fund has acquired a 10 percent stake in the company that owns
DHL facility in Bremen
23 Oct 2012
Deutsche Post DHL said it plans to begin construction this year of Germany’s largest parcel center as part of a $975 mill
Carriers Seek to Ward Off Europe’s Ills
19 Oct 2012
Could the major container lines finally be coming to terms with the overcapacity of vessel space that has acted as a drag on their earnings over the past two years?
09 Oct 2012
SAN FRANCISCO - The global container trade will increase about 6 percent a year over the next five years, but marine term