Reinforcement for Emirates SkyCargo in South Africa Daily

 Emirates SkyCargo has selected Kuben Pillay as its cargo manager for the Durban (South Africa) operations. Amongst others, he gained experience in the air cargo business at King Shaka international airport (KSIA) in Durban and at OR Tambo international airport in Johannesburg....  more

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DB Schenker Logistics optimises capacities in Belgium Daily

go to link DB Schenker Logistics recently began services at a new logistics centre with more than 5,000 sqm of operating space, 70 loading and unloading gates, plus 2,900 sqm of offices in Zwevegem (Belgium). The EUR 13 million new building offers the best possible infrastructure for...  more

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Scania growing in Morocco Daily

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HHLA maintains course Daily

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Further appointments for UTi Americas Daily

here UTi Worldwide has appointed Mike Valentine as new regional sales vice-president for the Americas. He reports to Ed Feitzinger, executive vice-president, global operations. Valentine will lead the integrated sales force across freight forwarding, contract logistics and...  more


SBS Worldwide celebrates 30th anniversary Daily

gay groups on kik The logistics specialist SBS Worldwide is currently celebrating its 30th anniversary. It is one of the largest freight forwarders still operating as a privately-owned and managed company in the UK. The company founder and chairman launched the business in 1983 as S Black...  more


Victoria state unveils long-term freight plan Daily

The government of the state of Victoria (Australia) has launched a long-term strategic freight and logistics plan up to 2050. The scheme is to improve freight efficiency, grow productivity and better connect Victorian businesses with their national and international markets....  more


Isle of Man and South Korea grow closer Daily The Isle of Man Ship Registry has just completed a pilot project with the Korean Register (KR) as a first step towards full recognition of the Korean classification society. The move could mean more Korean owned and classed vessels using the Isle of Man flag in future. ...  more


The Japanese are on course Shipping

source link At the end of June the three large Japanese shipping lines K Line, MOL and NYK completed the first quarter of their 2013 financial year. All three corporations are back in the black for the period, despite the rather tense mood in the markets.  more


Less boxes in the western ports Shipping

go here Rotterdam and Antwerp, the two largest European ports, were able to maintain their results for the first half of 2013 at a similar level to 2012’s figures, despite a tense market situation. Whilst Antwerp’s liquid bulk throughput grew substantially, Rotterdam registered strong...  more

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