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NEWS ROUND-UPBUSINESS more news at www.heavyliftpfi.com NEWS in BRIEF


ISS in Titan takeover ISS Global Forwarding Italy has acquired Titan Project & Logistic, effective March 1, 2019. According to Titan’s ceo Federico Bartoli, the company will be fully incorporated into the ISS Global Forwarding brand.


Aertssen acquires ADM Belgium’s Aertssen Group has strengthened its position in the heavy lift market with the acquisition of ADM Team Heavy Weight.


Mammoet boosts in UAE Mammoet has partnered with marine equipment owners in Abu Dhabi to support its barge and tug fleet on the back of “an influx” of investment in the UAE’s oil and gas, power, water and transportation sectors.


ALE updates ISO ALE has received a global health, safety, quality and environment (HSQE) accreditation, ISO 45001:2018.


DHL aims to slash subcontractor risks D


HL Industrial Projects has launched a digital subcontractor


management program aimed at reducing risk in the supply chain and ensuring compliance with safety and environmental standards. The program, which was


developed in partnership with supply chain risk and performance management solution provider Achilles Information, includes rigorous prequalification processes. This, according to DHL,


enables the company to identify the best suppliers for its customers’ needs and assure clients that their supply chain meets requirements for


compliance, social responsibility and risk management. The system will also allow the company to share data on


the risk levels and performance of more than 1,000 key subcontractors across its international operations.


Noatum in MIQ takeover


Noatum Logistics has completed the acquisition of USA-based MIQ Logistics. Noatum Logistics is a division


of Noatum Maritime that specialises in logistics, international transport and Customs brokerage. The company has offices in Chile, Turkey, Portugal, Algeria, Morocco and Spain. MIQ Logistics, meanwhile, has


more than 60 offices in 19 countries. The deal enables


Noatum to almost triple its global presence through the incorporation of MIQ’s Asian locations in Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, India, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, the Philippines and Malaysia; the UK and the Netherlands in Europe; Mexico, Argentina, Colombia and Peru in Latin America; and offices in the USA. The workforces of MIQ


Logistics and Noatum Logistics will be integrated.


SRT Transportation rejigs


SRT Transportation Solutions, a Houston-based heavy rail transport logistics management company, has restructured its business and will suspend indefinitely its transportation project management division. A representative from the


company stated that SRT Transportation Solutions has not gone out of business. He added that the move is in


6 May/June 2019


response to the evolution of market conditions and a shift in the transportation project management business landscape. Instead, the company will


focus on growing and enhancing its dedicated


logistics management service offering, which will now offer project cargo handling on a select basis.


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