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- U-Freight to tap US$565.96 billion global e-commerce market
THE value of the global e-commerce logistics market is predicted to hit EUR500 billion (US$565
- IATA urges industry abandon airport slot coordination 'til end of year
AS the coronavirus outbreak continues to wreak havoc on aviation operations worldwide, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) is...
- Cathay flies 151,964 tonnes of cargo and mail in January, down 8.9pc
CATHAY Pacific and Cathay Dragon transported a combined 151,964 tonnes of cargo and mail in January, representing a year-on-year decrease of 8
- 100 Indians, leftist protesters cripple Canadian railways to block pipeline
PROTESTS against a natural gas pipeline are crippling Canada's railways, prompting outcries of 'insanity' and 'ecoterrorism',...
- France's Le Havre port hit by protests, prompting officials to offer discounts
HAROPA, the union of the French ports of Paris, Rouen and Le Havre, is to offer commercial rebates and tariff discounts to container shipping lines...
- Factory reopening in China could lead to box shipping space crunch
FREIGHT forwarders are warning of space shortages once factories resume operations in China, prompting some ocean shippers to switch transportation...
- Coronavirus triggers spate of void sailings as demand dives
CONTAINER shipping lines and freight forwarders are keeping business operations to a minimum through at least the first week of February as...
- Container lines blank more sailings to match demand, bolster rates
THE downturn in US-China trade is prompting major container shipping lines to scrap an expanding number of weekly transpacific sailings
- How Panamanians transformed global trade over 20 years
THE transfer of the Panama Canal from US control to the Panamanian control 20 years ago set in motion a redefining period not only for the Panama...
- Mombasa port handles one million TEU by September
NAIROBI's Port of Mombasa handled a record one million TEU by September 16, putting it on track to top this year's target of 1
- Nippon Cargo Airlines to revamp network to tap sourcing switch
NIPPON Cargo Airlines (NCA) plans to add service to Taipei next year to meet demand, spurred in part by the movement of sourcing away from China to...
- Livestock ship with 15,000 mutton-bound sheep capsizes off Constanta
A SHIP carrying 15,000 sheep has capsized in the Black Sea off Constanta, prompting efforts to save the animals after the 20-man crew from Syria and...
- Lufthansa Q3 profits fall 4pc to US$1.2 billion though sales rise 2pc
LUFTHANSA, which includes Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Eurowings and Swiss International Air Lines, third quarter group net profit declined...
- Adidas CEO fears US-China trade row will impact consumer spending in US
ADIDAS CEO Kasper Rorsted has raised concerns about how the US-China trade dispute will affect consumer spending in the US
- Goldman Sachs doubts trade war will end amicably soon
INTERNATIONAL bank Goldman Sachs lowered its fourth-quarter US growth forecast by 20 basis points to 1
- Demand for fresh produce and fends off overall decline in air cargo
GLOBAL air cargo demand has been sliding since January, with a year-on-year drop of 4
- US-China trade war raises threat of economic recession in Singapore
ANALYSTS forecast that Singapore's crucial manufacturing sector will remain weak this year as it takes a heavy blow from the ongoing US-China...
- Top 100 ports show stable growth in 2018 handling 616m TEU
BOX volumes at the world's top 100 container ports reached 616
- Philippines sends tonnes of rubbish back to Canada in shipping containers
THE Philippines has started returning 69 containers full of rubbish to Canada after a long-running row over waste exports that has tested diplomatic...