Pick Szeged tight win in Ukraine

first_imgHUNGARIAN CUP: Veszprém defeated Szeged in the great battle Pingback: Pick Szeged tight win in Ukraine – SportandoNews ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsMOL Pick Szeged, once again, survived away challenge at VELUX EHF Champions League. After win against PPD Zagreb, team of Juan Carlos Pastor made another success as visitors, this time in Ukraine – 32:31 (19:12). Croatian goalkeeper Marin Sego again had very important role in success, while Sostaric (8) and Banhidi (7) were most efficient.Motor Zaporozhye -MOL-PICK Szeged 31-32 (12-19)Motor: Komok – Kozakevics 8/4, Paczkowski 4, Shynkel 2, Kus, Pesevszki 5, Gyenyiszov 2, Kirijev, Terehov (kapusok), Babicsev 1, Pukhovszkij 4, Buinenko, Malasinskas 2, Soroka 3. MOL-PICK Szeged: Sego – Sostaric 8, Maqueda 2, Canellas 2/1, Bánhidi 7, Zsitnyikov 2, Källman, Alilovic, Blazevic, Sigurmannsson 2/1, Gaber 1, Bombac 4/2, Bodó 1, Balogh 3. STANDINGS: 3.Skjern320191:944 Related Items:MOL Pick Szeged, Motor Zaporozhye 5.Flensburg-H.310283:852 6.PPD Zagreb310275:852 Recommended for you 4.Nantes310294:912 7.Celje310270:802 ShareTweetShareShareEmail 1.Paris SG3300100:716 2.Szeged330086:826 8.Motor Zaporozhye300393:1040 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. THW Kiel with +5 from Szeged 1 Comment 1 Comment Sebastian Frimmel joins MOL Pick Szeged in summer 2021last_img read more

Freightliner Group announces acquisition of ERS Railways

first_imgEUROPE: Freightliner Group announced that it is to acquire ERS Railways from Maersk Line on June 19. Financial terms were not disclosed, and the transaction is subject to regulatory approval. A long-term contract has been agreed for ERS to continue to provide services for the shipping line.Rotterdam-headquartered ERS was founded in 1994 and became licensed as a railway undertaking in 2002. It provides intermodal services to the hinterlands of major ports including Rotterdam, Hamburg, Bremerhaven, Lübeck and Rostock, as well as services to destinations in Italy, Poland, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and the Czech Republic. ERS holds a 47% stake in German port hinterland operator boxXpress.de. ‘The acquisition of ERS is a very good fit with our growth strategy and further extends our profitable footprint, following our successful entry into the Polish and German bulk haul markets over the last seven years and our entry into Australia in 2009’, said Peter Maybury, Chief Executive of Freightliner Group. ‘The business has a strong management team who share our service-led approach, and we look forward to supporting them as ERS continues to grow its continental European intermodal services.’last_img read more