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CONTENTS REGULARS:


5 COMMENT A look to the future. 6-23 NEWS ROUND-UP


24 PROJECT FOCUS Vanguard in nuclear unit refit.


27 PROJECT FOCUS Lift & Shift hauls refinery units to India.


28 INDUSTRY INSIGHT CMA CGM’s Caribbean strategy.


30 INDUSTRY INSIGHT Supporting a greener energy sector.


61 CAPITAL PROJECTS Surging demand for offshore energy.


74 SAFETY Clarifying lashing rules.


86 LEGAL Who pays for cleaner air at sea?


88 HEAVY LIFT AWARDS HLPFI heads to London for 2020 event.


104 PROJECT FOCUS UWL achieves engineering ‘first’.


107 INDUSTRY INSIGHT Carriers add capacity.


112 INDUSTRY INSIGHT Shipping companies reap green rewards.


121 ROAD HAULAGE Cargo corridors to cut through red tape.


138 APPOINTMENTS Zeamarine shakes up management.


140 DIARY The lighter side.


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32 REVIEW & OUTLOOK HLPFI’s editorial team recounts some of the major developments witnessed in the sector during 2019, and


discusses what could be on the agenda in the years to come.


42 TURKEY Political and economic developments may have set back the country – but there is still plenty of optimism in the project sector.


50ONSHORE RENEWABLE POWER GENERATION Carriers, forwarders, and equipment companies are continuously adapting their services to an industry in flux.


66 SOUTH AMERICA Despite destabilising social unrest, a wide range of projects continue to make steady progress across the continent.


76WEST COAST NORTH AMERICA Boosted by robust demand for wind energy cargoes, Pacific coast gateways are pushing for transport corridors to the interior.


92 UPSTREAM OIL & GAS The conventional upstream oil and gas sector is recovering after several years of uncertainty.


108 SWITZERLAND Switzerland is home to some of the world’s most prominent logistics companies – but the landscape is changing.


114MIDDLE EAST GULF The region is dynamic, fast-moving and of course, challenging – with traditional strengths and new opportunities.


124 AUSTRALASIA Changing priorities bring new wind and rail opportunities in New Zealand.


126 THE NETHERLANDS The Netherlands is beginning to feel the effects of a European court ruling that threatens nitrogen-emitting activities.


130 EQUIPMENT: CRANES Mergers and acquisitions between both crane manufacturers and heavy-duty transport engineers dominate this year’s report on the cranes market.


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