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Morocco inaugurates Africa’s fastest train

Rabat - Morocco inaugurated Africa’s fastest train which will halve travelling time between the commercial and industrial hubs of Casablanca and Tangier. This will boost growth in Tangier and help attract more investments to northern Morocco where one of Africa’s largest ports is located

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Virgin Hyperloop One, Bin Sulayem replaces Branson

Los Angeles - Virgin Hyperloop One, the company that has developed a full scale hyperloop system, announced today that Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem, Group Chairman and CEO of DP World, has been elected as its new Chairman

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ATR and Air New Zealand toward hybrid aircraft

Toulouse - French plane manufacturer Avions de Transport Regional and Air New Zealand have signed an agreement to explore the possibility of using hybrid or electric aircraft on New Zealand’s domestic and regional routes.

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GE and Rolls Royce finalists for Chinese-Russian jet engine

Zhuhai, China - General Electric and Rolls Royce are the two finalists to supply engines for a new long-haul jet developed by a Russian-Chinese joint venture that aims eventually to switch to a Sino-Russian engine, a chief designer of the aircraft said

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“Unmanned surface vehicles’ market worth $1,020 million by 2023”

The market of vehicles that operate on water’s surface with no crew, the so called unmanned surface vehicles, will reach a world value of 1,020 billion dollars by 2023 according to research firm Markets & Markets

DHL strengthens German ties with China
ThyssenKrupp’s project for the 22 billion euros’ Instanbul airport
Cargotec’s orders grow by 15%

Cargotec’s orders grow by 15%

Helsinki - The finnish company Cargotec, a world leader in cargo-handling machinery for terminals and ships, has seen its orders grow by 15% compared with the same period in 2017, but this has not stopped its net income for the first three quarters dropping by 30%

British truckers plan for the worst

British truckers plan for the worst

Birmingham - Transport company boss Chris Blackburn is contemplating spending almost a million pounds for a chance to keep his trucks on European roads if Britain leaves the EU without a deal in March

A new cargo train route from China to Belgium

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