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CONTENTS


REGULARS: 5 COMMENT 6-23NEWS ROUND-UP


25 INDUSTRY INSIGHT Wind to become ‘truly global market’.


26 BOOK REVIEW An engaging history of Antonov Airlines.


29 PROJECT FOCUS Felbermayr assists factory expansion.


31 INDUSTRY INSIGHT Navigating challenging times.


48 LEGAL Non-traditional communications.


59 CAPITAL PROJECTS Energy majors open chequebooks.


82 SAFETY Sarens’ SPMT stability calculation tool.


85 PROJECT FOCUS Liburnia delivers boiler parts.


99 INDUSTRY INSIGHT Red tape snares offshore wind growth.


108 INSURANCE Who pays for fire damage?


123 INNOVATION INSIGHT ALE launches ‘largest land-based crane’.


125HEAVY LIFT AWARDS Book your place at this must-attend event.


146 EQUIPMENT INSIGHT Trailers: the next generation.


157 INDUSTRY INSIGHT The latest crane innovations from bauma.


158 APPOINTMENTS Somers takes on deugro role.


160DIARY The lighter side.


38 NON-RENEWABLE POWER GENERATION With a wide range of factors influencing future trends, demand for non-renewable energy remains strong, if unpredictable.


50MEXICO & CENTRAL AMERICA Strong growth in renewable energy is providing work for project logistics providers, despite local challenges.


64 RAILFREIGHT North America’s rail industry is reaching out to a wider group of stakeholders to help expedite project cargo movement.


76 BALKANS After a troubled recent history, the region is undergoing a physical, social and political overhaul.


87 AFRICA With a huge demand for new infrastructure, mineral-hungry China is investing heavily in the continent.


100 CIVIL ENGINEERING Demand for infrastructure continues to grow, but project logisticians are being forced to shoulder increasing levels of risk.


110 SOUTHEAST ASIA The effects of what happens in China ripple out across the whole of the Southeast Asian region.


117 AIRFREIGHT A look at lengths that carriers, brokers and freight forwarders go to in order to deliver critical cargoes to disaster zones.


129 ROAD HAULAGE A recent study has found that US laws and policies governing permit allowances for oversized loads push carrier costs up sharply.


132 CANADA A look at the diverse projects thriving far and wide across the huge expanse of Canada.


143 EUROPE As China extends its Belt and Road Initiative towards Europe, the continent’s leaders are struggling to agree on a united approach.


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90 SPAIN There is increasing optimism that wind power will continue to provide a stable source of work for project logisticians.


34 AUSTRALASIA Despite problems with coal exports to China, major mine projects could still fuel growth in Australia.


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