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UK lifts Bangladesh air cargo ban, reports suggest

19.02.2018

The UK has lifted a ban on airfreight being transported directly from Bangladesh, according to local reports, but there is still work to be done before exports can resume. Late last week, British high commissioner in Bangladesh Alison Blake and Bangladesh civil aviation and tourism minister AKM… Source: News


PCC Intermodal is aiming to set up links with Austria and Hungary

19.02.2018

In mid-February 2018 PCC Intermodal SA has put into operation two more, modern locomotives, this time the choice fell on Bombardier TRAXX type E186. The operator uses its own rail… Der Beitrag PCC Intermodal is aiming to set up links with Austria and Hungary erschien zuerst auf LOGISTIK express News. Source: News


Fraport January Figures: Passengers Strong, Cargo Disappointing

18.02.2018

The Fraport Group, which also runs Frankfurt Airport has presented mixed January results. Passenger figures went up substantially but Cargo grew only very moderately. CEO Ulrich Wrage of IT manager Dakosy – company courtesy Simultaneously, Rhine-Main and IT specialist Dakosy agreed on implementing a digital cargo portal at FRA for shippers of dangerous goods. Frankfurt […]


Etihad Airways to Downsize Their Fleet

18.02.2018

Once named as the “fastest growing carrier,” Etihad Airways seems now to be flying into continual head winds and has during the past twelve to eighteen months, had to make some hard decisions in order to cut losses around the globe. This, according to reports in the U.S. press, has led to yet another unhappy […]


German Airports Enjoy Cargo Boom

18.02.2018

There is plenty of news in the aviation media these last weeks about the boom year 2017. This applies to both passenger and cargo figures which in the case of air cargo reached in many areas all time highs. We take a short look here and how the German airports fared throughout 2017. Rhine-Main accounts […]


Forwarders demand action over Heathrow airport expansion

16.02.2018

UK freight forwarders have backed a new report criticising the country's government for its lack of action on expansion at Heathrow airport. The National Infrastructure Commission's (NIC) first Annual Monitoring Report took the government to task for the slow progress of infrastructure… Source: News


New shipper survey reveals that small businesses face “import overhead”

16.02.2018

While importing continues to grow across both small and enterprise companies, almost 50% of the 300,000-plus American businesses who import still use spreadsheets to manage their international supply chain. Source: News


Baltic Index Falls on Lower Capesize Demand

16.02.2018

The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index dipped on Friday, moving near a six-month low hit earlier this month, as capesize vessel activity experienced a slowdown due to the Lunar New Year holiday in Asia. The overall index, which factors in rates for capesize… Source: News


U.S. rail carload and intermodal volumes are mixed for week ending February 10

16.02.2018

Carloads slipped 0.5% annually to 251,058, and intermodal containers and trailers, at 268,487, saw a 3.7% annual gain. Source: News


DHL Express certified Top Employer Global for fourth year in a row

16.02.2018

DHL Express was – for the fourth year in a row – the only company to be certified in all regions. Source: News


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