OMAN Air has revealed it has operated 69 chartered cargo-only flights from April to June, including the highest-ever cargo load the airline has ever...
- Oman Air keeps busy delivering UN relief to war-torn Yemeni capital
- Auckland port keeps shore leave ban for overseas cargo ship crews
Cargo ship crew arriving in Auckland from overseas ports are being told to stay on board their vessel to prevent the potential spread of Covid-19.
- ONE keeps promise and sails into the black, but now faces virus challenge
JAPANESE container carrier Ocean Network Express (ONE) has posted a net profit of US$105 million for full-year 2019 after post-merger synergies...
- FedEx keeps staff as China orders stack up
FEDEX CEO Frederick Smith says the company has a backlog of orders to be shipped to and from China, and has dismissed talk of any staff layoffs as a...
- Silkway West Airlines keeps flying cargo to China
SILKWAY West Airlines has been continuing to operate its scheduled and charter flights to China despite the outbreak of the coronavirus
- Shanghai port retains top box billing, while HK keeps slipping in the ranking
SHANGHAI port has maintained its top position for a tenth consecutive year in the world in terms of container throughput in 2019 with a record 43
- China trade contracts in August but worst yet to come, say economists
SHIPMENTS of Chinese goods are expected to weaken further as the US threatens to implement new tariffs and global demand remains soft
- Data recorder on MSC ZOE working when boxes were lost at sea, carrier says
GENEVA-BASED shipping line, Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has rejected a claim by Dutch TV Zembla that the voyage data recorder on board the...
- 'Huge jump' in larger ship calls to US East coast ports: report
US East Coast ports are enjoying stronger growth in import volumes with the ongoing sourcing shift for US shippers hit with tariffs and the...
- B&M store capitalises on Yang Ming's new Liverpool feeder service
A NEW express feeder service to Liverpool has far exceeded its initial targets almost immediately after launching in June, underlining demand for a...
- Gdansk lifts record 27.3 million tonnes in first half, closes in on Petersburg
POLAND's main Port of Gdansk announced that it beat last year's first half record, up nine per cent to 27
- FMC keeps tabs on low-sulphur fuel surcharges
THE US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) is keeping track of how container carriers will manage their cost recovery with shippers as the January 1...
- Southwest Air keeps Boeing Max aircraft grounded until October
SOUTHWEST Airlines Co will not deploy the Boeing 737 Max aircraft in its fleet at least through October 1, one month more than earlier anticipated
- Container ships to benefit from proposed Panama Canal toll changes
THE proposed changes to the Panama Canal transit tolls would provide further incentives for container ships and hike prices for other vessel types
- Sino-US trade war means a bleak 2019 for air carriers, says IATA chief
THE US-China trade war will cost global airlines US$7
- Chinese airlines mull class action against Boeing for 737 Max groundings
AIR China, China Southern and China Eastern are exploring legal options on how to coordinate their claims against Boeing for compensation for the...
- Kalmar to supply electric terminal tractor with Cummins driveline tech
KALMAR, part of Cargotec, has teamed up with Cummins, a marine terminal tractor equipment manufacturer, to complete its machines' portfolio by...
- Hapag-Lloyd comes up with new steel-floor boxes able to carry heavier weight
GERMANY's Hapag-Lloyd has created a 20-foot, steel-floor container that can carry cargo with a greater weight than cargo of equivalent dimensions...
- Cargogate at Germany's Munich airport earns GDP pharma certificate
CARGOGATE, a subsidiary of Munich airport since 1974, has been awarded Munich's first Good Distribution Practice of Medicinal Products for Human...
- Flower power from Ecuador keeps growing for Emirates SkyCargo
EMIRATES SkyCargo is celebrating five years of flying roses from Ecuador to destinations worldwide, reports London's Air Cargo News