THE Port of Savannah exported more loaded containers than any other port in the country from January through May, achieving a 12
- Savannah harbour is now number one port for American exports
- Euroseas receives US$7.6m for three of its eldest vessels sold for scrap
NASDAQ-LISTED Greek box ship owner Euroseas has sold three of its eldest vessels for scrap for a total of around US$7
- SpiceJet uses A340 'preighter' on long-haul cargo flight
INDIAN low-cost carrier SpiceJet has expanded its intercontinental cargo operations with the launch of its first long-haul 'freighter' flight
- Yang Ming new 2,800 TEU vessel is named 'YM Centennial'
TAIWAN's Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp (Yang Ming) recently held a naming ceremony for its 2,800 TEU class full container vessel 'YM...
- DP World's Unifeeder acquires Transworld and Avana Logistek
DP World-owned Unifeeder is making a significant expansion into the Middle East and Indian sub-continent markets acquiring Transworld Feeders FZCO...
- Agility's H1 net profits plunge 61pc despite increase in airfreight revenue
KUWATI-BASED Agility saw its profits dive in the first half, although its airfreight business performed well
- Turkey's Uzmar to build four tugboats for Pakistan's Karachi Port
UZMAR announced the signing of contract with Karachi Port Trust, PAKISTAN for Four newbuild RAstar 3200W Class Terminal / Escort Tugboats.
- UZMAR announces the signing of contract with Karachi Port Trust!
UZMAR proudly announces the signing of contract with Karachi Port Trust, PAKISTAN for Four newbuild RAstar 3200W Class Terminal / Escort Tugboats.
- TIACA and Pharma.Aero deliver guidance on transport of Covid-19 vaccines
THE International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) and Pharma
- HK Competition Commission okays box shops' Seaport Alliance plan
HONG KONG's Transport and Housing Bureau is expected to decide on August 26 whether to accept remedies proposed by container terminal operators...
- SpiceJet's first long-haul flight taking Canadian ex-pats home
INDIA's big budget carrier SpiceJet flew its first long-haul wide-body charter flight from Delhi to Toronto, repatriating 352 Canadian nationals...
- South African Airways rescue stalls as banks say they lack funds
THE expected rescue of South African Airways (S) has been stalled because government attempts to raise ZAR5
- ICTSI's H1 profit off 12pc to US$113.4 million, revenue down 4pc
MANILA's International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) has posted a 12 per cent drop in first half year-on-year net profit to US$113
- SANMAR'S SIRAPINAR COMMENCES OPERATIONS IN BALTIC SEA
In spite of COVID-19 and rough seas Sanmar Shipyards arranged delivery of another new tug to Latvia on schedule, to join the AS PKL Flote fleet in...
- Experts say 'preighters'- all-cargo pax planes - are here to stay
THE introduction of passenger aircraft in dedicated freighter roles has been a key development during the coronavirus pandemic - one that cargo...
- XPO Logistics revenues hit by Covid, but stays upbeat and bullish
CONNECTICUT's XPO Logistics suffered a year-on-year second quarter net loss of US$57 million, drawn on revenues of $1
- DP World blames Covid for 3.9pc in first half fall in box volume
DUBAI's DP World posted a 3
- Evergreen joins cooperative Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative
TAIWAN's Evergreen Marine Corporation has become a signatory to the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative (SRTI) to share its aged vessels'...
- Silk Way West inks new five-year ULD deal with ACL Airshop
AZERBAIJAN's private cargo carrier Silk Way West Airlines has confirmed a five-year ULD agreement extension with provider ACL Airshop, that has...
- China is buying computer chips before Hong Kong route is shut down
CHINESE importers of computer chips are on a buying spree before the Hong Kong route shuts down in China's current contretemps with the western...