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DFDS invests into scrubbers for its mediterranean fleet


DFDS will invest more than EUR 40 million in 2019 to install scrubbers on 12 freight ferries deployed on freight routes in the Mediterranean between Turkey, Italy, Greece and France…. Der Beitrag DFDS invests into scrubbers for its mediterranean fleet erschien zuerst auf LOGISTIK express News. Source: News

Tenth anniversary: Global Volunteer day – Making the world a better place


“Action, not words” – with this slogan DHL Freight participated once again in the Global Volunteer Day (GVD). This group-wide initiative animates many thousand employees to engage themselves voluntarily in local and charitable projects around the globe. Source: News

On-demand warehousing ready to be a game changer


Flexibility is the name of the on-demand warehousing game. Sure, it’s in early stages, but the potential is enormous. Source: News

DPD opens 70,000 sq ft depot in Glasgow


DPD has opened a 70,000 sq ft depot at EuroCentral, near Glasgow – its largest depot in the UK. The facility can process more than 45,000 parcels a day, and will enable DPD to optimise delivery routes around Glasgow and the Central Belt, with 117 new routes introduced to improve efficiency and ensure the operation […]

Maersk integrates Damco supply chain and ocean businesses


Danish shipping giant AP Moller-Maersk will bring together its Damco Supply Chain Services and Maersk Line’s Ocean Product from January 1 next year. The two entities will be integrated and their respective value-added services will combined and sold as Maersk products and services. Damco handled a… Source: News

Qatar Airways takes delivery of two more B777Fs


Qatar Airways has taken delivery of two more Boeing 777 freighters, in what the airline has described as a “further sign of the airline’s continued investment in its fleet and commitment to securing its position as the world’s leading cargo carrier”. In July this year, the Middle East carrier… Source: News

Green Corridor JIP delivers innovative bulk carrier designs for a low emissions future


The Green Corridor Joint Industry Project (JIP) has ended on a high note, delivering a well-received LNG-fuelled Newcastlemax design for transporting iron ore and coal on the Australia–China route in Phase 1a, and upsizing it to the very large ore carrier (VLOC) class in Phase 1b. Source: News

DHL to release new Resilience360 mobile app


Global express services giant Deutsche Post DHL is launching its latest app in the supply chain risk management space: the Resilience360. The app, an extension of DHL’s existing Resilience360 platform, offers near real-time monitoring of shipment milestones across transport modes, as well as of… Source: News

Waitrose trials two-hour delivery service


Waitrose is trialling a two-hour delivery service for food and drink in selected London postcodes. It is using On the dot, the last mile specialist spun out of CitySprint for the “Waitrose Rapid Delivery” service. Customers will be able to choose up to 20 items from more than 1,500 products at Before completing their […]

DHL takes the complexity out of customs with Customs Connection


DHL Global Forwarding, the air and ocean freight specialist within Deutsche Post DHL Group, announced the launch of its new Customs Connection platform in the United States. Source: News

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