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Canada port strikes could see congestion and shift to airfreight

Ongoing strike action at the ports of Vancouver and Prince Rupert in Canada hasn’t yet resulted in a shift of…

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US shippers warned of stricter security rules for larger air cargo loads

US freight forwarders have been urged to prepare for stricter cargo security rules by the Airforwarders Association (AfA) or face…

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Logistics UK’s new head of trade and devolution

Logistics UK has appointed Nichola Mallon as Head of Trade and Devolved Policy. With over 14 years of experience working…

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CargoAi launches CO2 Efficiency Score

CargoAi has launched its CO2 Efficiency Score in response to growing market need for greater visibility on CO2 emissions. Within…

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Dispute between K+N and energy shipper goes to arbitration

A dispute between Kuehne+Nagel and oil and gas field services company Baker Hughes has been ordered to arbitration by a…

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Forwarders soon to offer real-time pricing to shippers through WebCargo

WebCargo is in the process of launching a new service that will enable freight forwarders to offer shippers live rate…

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Nordic air cargo market weathers turbulence

Challenges created by ongoing reduced airfreight capacity and Ukraine war constraints have seen the Nordic air cargo market continue to…

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Maersk completes acquisition of Pilot

Shipping giant AP Moller Maersk has completed its acquisition of US forwarder Pilot Freight Services in a deal worth $1.7bn….

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Shanghai capacity creeps back but trucking trouble remains

Flight capacity is slowly improving but trucking remains in trouble as the Shanghai lockdown goes on and there are concerns…

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Oceanfreight consolidation set to benefit air cargo in the long term

The consolidation of the oceanfreight market is set to benefit the air cargo market in the long term as the…

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