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The European Food Network continues to expand its offer.
Celebrations were held yesterday as logistics provider DACHSER opened a new warehouse at its logistics center in Hörsching near Linz, Austria. The new building is a contract logistics warehouse with a storage and logistics area of 10,000 square meters with 20,000 pallet spaces. DACHSER invested some 10 million euros in the location and is creating up to 30 new jobs.
Effective January 1st 2017, DACHSER has acquired all remaining shares in Italian food logistics company Papp Italia from German co-shareholder Balthasar Papp, Munich. The purchase leaves DACHSER as sole shareholder in Papp Italia, which is headquartered in the northern Italian town of Pradelle di Nogarole Rocca.
The future for logistics, mobility, IT and supply chain management will be the main focus of this year's transport logistic in Munich.

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Due to the current political developments, Qatar Airways is experiencing restrictions on its services within the GCC region. While all Qatar Airways and Qatar Cargo flights operating to and from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain (BHR) and Egypt (EGY) have been suspended until further notice, the rest of Qatar Cargo’s network remains unchanged and is operating on a business as usual basis.
Update: We inform you that the spanish trade unions will not carry out the planned strike in the Spanish ports neither this week nor the next one, since they have agreed to revoke the first five strike days after reaching a principle of agreement with ANESCO.
Due to bad weather conditions and heavy fog in the North China region, the major sea ports in Shanghai, Qingdao and Ningbo are faced with serious congestion.
After Hanjin Shipping Co. Ltd. filed for court receivership this Wednesday August 31st., the situation about the handling of Hanjin containers is still mostly vague. Not only containers booked with Hanjin are affected; also containers that have been booked with other shipping lines and that are currently sailing on Hanjin owned or operated vessels are concerned.