Bulgarian carrier to add first converted B737-400(F)
First ex-Calima Aviación B737-400(F) currently beng converted in Miami
Great Britain: damaged roads will cost billions to repair
The annual report of the Asphalt Industry Alliance in Great Britain revealed that the number of new potholes in the country’s roads rose to over 2 million last year, 29% more than in 2011. The report stated that the cost to repair the new damage will be around GBP 10...
Grimaldi Group is one of GM's suppliers of the year
The Grimaldi Group has been recognised by General Motors as a 2012 world class automotive supplier of the year.
New Mediterranean Service at Burchardkai
The "Santa Balbina" was the first ship from the new Femex 1 Mediterranean service to call at the HHLA Container Terminal Burchardkai (CTB).
The Port of Antwerp announces another significant step...
The Antwerp Port Authority wants to facilitate and encourage the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a shipping fuel and has teamed up with ship classification bureau Det Norske Veritas (DNV) to ensure the safe and efficient bunkering of LNG by seagoing ships and barges in a...
Cooperation to implement rail project in southern Vietnam
Russian Railways, Vietnamese Railways and the Vietnamese company An Vien have signed an agreement of intent to cooperate on the design and construction of railway infrastructure in Vietnam.
Major order for truck manufacturer in North America
A fuel supplier has ordered 50 new Freightliner Cascadia trucks to enlarge its fleet in the USA.
50 Jahre Paul Leimgruber AG Für die Zukunft gut gewappnet
Das Schweizer Transport- und Logistikunternehmen Paul Leimgruber AG mit Hauptsitz in Pratteln bei Basel hat vor kurzem sein 50-jähriges Bestehen gefeiert. Grund genug für das ITJ, sich mit Firmengründer Paul Leimgruber und Hanspeter Fox, CEO der Paul Leimgruber AG, zu...
Maersk Line meets energy efficiency targets early
Due to Maersk Line’s energy efficiency improvements in 2012, the company has met its 25% CO2 emissions reduction target eight years early.