December 19, 2018

Forwarders weigh up modal options as space shortages and high prices hit airfreight

Freight forwarders are looking for alternatives to airfreight as high prices and a lack of space have led to them…

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UK welcomes Brussels’ no-deal Brexit planning for aviation and trucking

The UK has welcomed the European Union’s (EU) “no-deal” contingency action plan which includes certain short term safeguards for the UK aviation…

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Panalpina’s airfreight business is in fashion as volumes hit 1m tonnes

Panalpina has handled more than 1m tonnes of airfreight in a year for the first time, with three charter flights…

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Greener flower power: Schiphol trials sustainable box and pallet for perishables logistics

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is supporting the Holland Flower Alliance (HFA) towards implementing the Ideal Flowerbox, a standardised box and pallet…

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Kerry Logistics to hold Hong Kong drone hackathon

Kerry Logistics has opened entries for a hackathon event that will see teams compete to provide the best enhancement to…

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The reel thing: U-Freight transports power cables to Chad

U-Freight Holland has arranged the multimodal shipment of 16 rolls of transmission cables from Europe to Africa. The cables were…

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FedEx Q2 results tempered by European slowdown

FedEx saw second quarter revenues and profits improve in the midst of "another record setting holiday season" but its results…

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Return to e-sender: e-commerce returns hit a peak of 1.5m packages today

Consumers who went online shopping in the days before Black Friday are expected to begin returning more than 1m packages…

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Reynolds takes quality role at Peli

Peli BioThermal has appointed Lynaye Reynolds as worldwide director of quality for its BioThermal Division. Th2 temp controlled packaging firm…

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Air Partner outlines aid activities in 2018

Air Partner’s Freight team have taken part in several humanitarian projects over the last 12 months, delivering aid to those…

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UK forwarders welcome funding for Brexit customs declaration training

The British International Freight Association (BIFA) has welcomed the recent news of an £8m  government funding scheme for customs intermediaries…

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IAG Cargo hopes textiles and technology will feed its return to Pakistan

IAG yesterday announced that subsidiary British Airways would resume flights to Pakistan after an absence of more than ten years…

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