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TNT Express awarded contract from MTU Aero Engines


The contract sees TNT Express transporting aircraft engines parts between MTU Aero Engines’ facilities in Munich, Hannover and Berlin-Brandenburg and aerospace customers across Europe. The most important destinations are the UK and Ireland. The contract includes the handling of return shipments of components to MTU Aero Engines’ maintenance facilities in Germany. Cost-efficiency and reliability were the two key considerations in selecting TNT Express. TNT Express provides MTU Aero Engines with a combination of Express (premium) and Economy E... Read More »

TNT Express wins contract from Lufthansa Bombardier Aviation Services


As part of the deal, TNT Express collects the parts from Bombardier’s warehouse in Groß-Gerau late in the evening (between 10 and 11 p.m.) and delivers them to LBAS’ aircraft maintenance engineers and mechanics in Berlin Schoenefeld Airport the next morning before 6 a.m. These employees service, repair and overhaul Bombardier® Business Jets. They start their working day at 6 a.m. The consistent and timely delivery of aircraft spare parts to them is critical to prevent the occurrence of costly “Aircraft on Ground" (AOG) situations, a term in ... Read More »

QDVC, a subsidiary of VINCI, signs contract for the final works phase of the Lusail LRT in Qatar


A design-build contract with a value of about €2 billion in a consortium with Alstom Turnkey handover of the light rail system in 2018 (yellow line) and 2020 (green, red and purple lines) The new contract was signed in Paris on 23 June 2014 at a ceremony attended by François Hollande, President of the French Republic, and His Highness Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, Emir of Qatar, who is on an official visit to France. This design-build contract with a value of about €2 billion will be built by QDVC in a consortium with Alstom. It comp... Read More »

Vinci wins a design-build contract for a section of the I-85 interstate highway in the United States


4 additional traffic lanes over 12 km 11 bridges and viaducts to be demolished and rebuilt A US$187 million (about €134 million) contract On this project, Blythe Construction will be applying the Recyvia® environmental process, which enables it to employ up to 50% recycled materials, for the first time on a major highway in North Carolina. The design is currently being finalised. Work on the project is to get under way in early 2015 and handover is scheduled in December 2017. Eurovia is a world leader in the construction, repair an... Read More »

Atos new SME Harbour programme delivers first contract win


Davin Yap, CEO and founder of Transversal said, “The public sector has been a key focus for us over the past few years and we are thrilled to have been given the opportunity to work with a major industry player like Atos. We are confident that this partnership will assist the public sector in achieving their goals in channel shifting to meet the modern citizen’s requirements.” Ursula Morgenstern, CEO Atos UK & I said: “As a strategic supplier to Government we are well-placed to support SMEs in this way. Small and Medium Enterprises are c... Read More »

Cargill enters Turkish oils & fats market through Turyağ acquisition


The acquisition will include integrated crush and refinery assets, sales and manufacturing organizations, related B2B brands, intellectual property and know-how, and more than 200 people currently employed by Turyağ. Excluded from the transaction are the retail business and consumer brands. Murat Tarakçıoğlu, president of Cargill in Turkey said: “The acquisition of Turyağ will help Cargill create value for our customers in Turkey. It will diversify our product offering and portfolio, enabling us to build stronger partnerships with global, re... Read More »

Conagra Foods, Cargill and CHS expect to complete Ardent Mills transaction this month


As announced in March 2013, Ardent Mills will bring together two of the nation’s leading and most respected flour milling companies: ConAgra Mills and Horizon Milling, a Cargill-CHS joint venture formed in 2002. The new company will take advantage of the combined assets, capabilities and experience of ConAgra Foods, Cargill and CHS to bring innovative flour and grain products, services and solutions to the marketplace. Ardent Mills will operate as an independent joint venture of its three parent companies, Omaha, Neb.-based ConAgra Foods, Minne... Read More »

First GDF SUEZ long term LNG sales to Japan


The long term contract will start in 2018 and last for a 20-year period. Volumes will be supplied with natural gas from the US which will be liquefied in the Cameron LNG plant. GDF SUEZ will be one of the first companies to supply Asia with American LNG, thanks to its LNG carrier’s fleet and a diversified LNG portfolio. The Cameron LNG export project which partners are GDF SUEZ, Sempra, Mitsubishi and Mitsui has received conditional approvals from the US Department of Energy (DOE) and partial agreement from the Federal Energy Regulatory C... Read More »

Boeing Receives 1st Multi-year Contract for Rescue Radio Logistics Support


The Combat Survivor Evader Locator (CSEL) program's first multi-year logistics contract is valued at $32.5 million in total. A global emergency call system used by the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps and Navy for search and rescue operations, CSEL consists of hand-held radios, satellite relays and four global base stations. "With this first-ever multi-year CSEL support contract, Boeing will be able to provide reliable, long-term service for this essential system," said Steve Capps, Boeing CSEL program manager. "This agreement also eliminates o... Read More »

Financial Close for East Coast Fleet Successfully Concludes Finance for Intercity Express Programme


Commercial close of contract for the initial fleet of 92 trains (596 carriages) for the East Coast Main Line and the Great Western Main Line was announced in July 2012, at the same time as financial close was reached for the Great Western Main Line route. In July 2013, the Department for Transport announced the decision to place an additional order of 30 trains (270 carriages) for the East Coast route with Agility Trains. Toshiaki Higashihara, President & COO of Hitachi, Ltd. said: "I am extremely pleased that a total of 866 Hitachi trai... Read More »

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