Exhibitions / Congresses

SDP: Smart Digital Ports of the Future

Netherlands, Rotterdam - May 16-17, 2023
SDP: Smart Digital Ports of the Future The Smart Digital Ports of the Future conference will take place on the 16th - 17th May 2023 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. It is an industry leading conference which caters to both Ports and Terminals, with a focus on being smarter, efficient and connected.
SDP 2023 will feature our typical programme format completed with keynotes, panel discussions and case studies from the world's leading ports, with plenty of speaking and exhibiting opportunities for companies looking to expand their profile in the industry.
SDP will also be accompanied by social events, including a welcome drinks reception on the evening before we kick off, and a gala dinner on the evening of 16th May with both available for sponsorship.
Xuzhou, China XCMG Machinery has begun production at its new manufacturing base and is expected to produce 2,000 units of port machinery per year, including reachstackers, forklifts and other mobile port...
Malta Malta-based engineering company Motherwell Bridge Industries has won contracts for crane assembly and specialist team deployment at major container terminals for Finnish lifting specialist Konecranes in Scotland, Germany, Belgium...

Inside Forkliftaction

We report this week that Dutch equipment hire specialist Riwal is planning to withdraw from the UK market. The company cites the long-term outlook for the UK rental market and Riwal's limited marketshare.
The announcement comes as the world watches the UK economy, which has been badly shaken in the
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Fact of the week

The world's oldest known wild bird, a Laysan albatross, turned 70 last year. Scientists found the bird in 1956 and estimated it was 5 years old, just reaching sexual maturity. They named it Wisdom and attached its first red identifying ankle band. At 70 years of age, Wisdom hatched another chick and is believed to have hatched more than 30 chicks over the course of her lifetime.

Inside Forkliftaction

We report this week that Dutch equipment hire specialist Riwal is planning to withdraw from the UK market. The company cites the long-term outlook for the UK rental market and Riwal's limited marketshare.
The announcement comes as the world watches the UK economy, which has been badly shaken in the
...Continue Reading
Dordrecht, Netherlands Dutch equipment hire specialist Riwal is to quit the UK market. A company statement says after 13 years’ activity in the UK, Riwal is “actively considering a plan to...
Vancouver, BC, Canada Ballard Power Systems plans to deepen its global manufacturing footprint in Europe, the United States and China to support global market demand growth through 2030. As part of its...

Fact of the week

The world's oldest known wild bird, a Laysan albatross, turned 70 last year. Scientists found the bird in 1956 and estimated it was 5 years old, just reaching sexual maturity. They named it Wisdom and attached its first red identifying ankle band. At 70 years of age, Wisdom hatched another chick and is believed to have hatched more than 30 chicks over the course of her lifetime.
Malta Malta-based engineering company Motherwell Bridge Industries has won contracts for crane assembly and specialist team deployment at major container terminals for Finnish lifting specialist Konecranes in Scotland, Germany, Belgium...
Anaheim, CA, United States Waev has introduced the Bigfoot S, an all-new, compact, agile burden carrier from Taylor-Dunn. Designed for customers who need big towing and payload in tighter facility spaces or desire...

Inside Forkliftaction

We report this week that Dutch equipment hire specialist Riwal is planning to withdraw from the UK market. The company cites the long-term outlook for the UK rental market and Riwal's limited marketshare.
The announcement comes as the world watches the UK economy, which has been badly shaken in the
...Continue Reading

Fact of the week

The world's oldest known wild bird, a Laysan albatross, turned 70 last year. Scientists found the bird in 1956 and estimated it was 5 years old, just reaching sexual maturity. They named it Wisdom and attached its first red identifying ankle band. At 70 years of age, Wisdom hatched another chick and is believed to have hatched more than 30 chicks over the course of her lifetime.