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Asciano offered AUS$8.8bn by Brookfield

The Australian logistics infrastructure provider Asciano has received a take-over bid from Brookfield Infrastructure Group, a specialist logistics investment company based in Canada that already owns a string of global assets including Dalrymple Bay coal terminal in Australia.
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Economics of China's Brazilian railway unclear at this stage

China and Brazil announced an agreement to collaborate on an extensive list of projects within Brazil during the Chinese government’s official visit to South America last week.
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German transport suffers from labour unrest

Strikes appear to have become a recurring feature of the German transport economy over the past couple of years.
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DB Schenker launches new service to transport granite aggregate in the UK

DB Schenker Rail UK has launched its first services from Burngullow in Cornwall to London, to transport granite aggregate for the construction industry. Read more

CN expands Gulf of Mexico gateway focus with Port of New Orleans deal

Canadian National has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Port of New Orleans to develop supply chain efficiencies that aim to draw more container traffic through the port to North American markets. Read more

Union Pacific set to invest $122m is US rail infrastructure

Union Pacific plans to invest $122m over 2015 in order to improve its US network in Louisiana, Oklahoma, Nebraska and Missouri. Read more

APL Logistics opens new container freight station in Jakarta

APL Logistics has announced the opening of a new container freight station at the Tungya Collins Terminal in Cakung, Jakarta, Indonesia. Read more

DB Schenker Rail UK retains Royal Mail contract

DB Schenker announced that it has retained its contract with Royal Mail to operate 8 daily services and maintain the mail company’s fleet for a further three years. Read more

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