Select Language


Container Shipping Struggles with Overcapacity: McKinsey


The container shipping industry is expected to continue to struggle with overcapacity and an inability to deliver value to shareholders, warns consultancy McKinsey & Company in its latest report. As container lines search for successful paths forward… Source: News

Integrated Supply Chain Technology: What Does It Mean?


The need to take a holistic and integrated perspective of your supply chain has always been important, but it’s even more critical today as customer expectations around cost, quality, and service become more demanding. Part of the challenge to achieving a holistic and integrated view is the fragmented technology landscape that many companies find themselves […]

Figleaves chooses Yodel for deliveries


Figleaves, the online lingerie and swimwear retailer, has chosen Yodel to handle its deliveries – expected to be more than half a million parcels this year. Yodel is offering a… Der Beitrag Figleaves chooses Yodel for deliveries erschien zuerst auf LOGISTIK express News. Source: News

Stock-outs drive online buyers to competitors


More than half of consumers immediately turn to a competitor if met with stock issues, research by Whistl has revealed. Two out of five consumers said that the most in–demand fashion items caused the most stock problems, followed by food and drink (16 per cent), technology (15 per cent) and entertainment (8 per cent). The […]

Container terminal Bremerhaven celebrates a memorable anniversary


On February 10, 1968, Harbor Senator Dr. Georg Bortscheller north of the Nordschleuse (“northern lock”) came with a crawler excavator to symbolically start the construction of the container terminal Bremerhaven…. Der Beitrag Container terminal Bremerhaven celebrates a memorable anniversary erschien zuerst auf LOGISTIK express News. Source: News

Rotterdam Port in Container Shipping Partnership with Barge Terminal Tilburg


Barge Terminal Tilburg, Combined Cargo Terminals, Moerdijk Container Terminals and Danser Group have joined forces, agreeing to combine cargo along the route between Tilburg, Moerdijk and the port of Rotterdam. This allows them to cut back on… Source: News

Asia's Freighter Conversion Market is Top Priority


China Southern Airlines has signed an agreement with U.S. aircraft manufacturer Boeing to set up a 737 NG passenger-to-freighter (P2F) conversion production line in Guangzhou, China. The deal also includes undercarriage overhaul for Boeing 777s and 787s, a support centre for Boeing 787s, and support programmes for Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Co (GAMECO). Dresden-based Elbe […]

Canada’s First Air Looks for Cargo Funding


Canadian regional carrier, First Air which has its main operating base at Ottawa International Airport is said to be looking for Canadian government financial support to fund expansion at their Ottawa and Arctic regional cargo hubs. The airline which operates passenger and cargo regional routes within Canada has a fleet of 17 aircraft. Brock Friesen […]

Containerships, Viasea Join Forces on New Route


Shortsea vessel operators Containerships and Viasea Shipping have partnered up on a new route to Norway. This partnership will enable the two shipping companies to offer, what they believe is, the market’s best shortsea solution between Norway, Poland and the Baltic countries. Source: News

Sea container imports expected to grow 4.9 percent in first half of 2018, NRF-Hackett report says


2017 imports finish 7.6 percent above previous year, but growth is expected to moderate in 2018. Source: News

Page 5 of 567« First...34567...102030...Last »