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- Airbus plans for zero-emission aircraft fuelled by hydrogen to operate by 2035
EUROPEAN multinational aerospace company Airbus has announced plans for the world's first zero-emission commercial aircraft models that run on...
- Carriers continue to blank more sailings to control capacity
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- Decoupling America would cut China's annual growth to 3.5pc
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- CMA CGM profit up 26.3pc to US$1.2 billion as sales fall 9pc
FRENCH shipping giant CMA CGM's second quarter operating profit increased 26
- Kerry Logistics 1H profit up 26pc to US$109 million, sales rise 10pc
HONG KONG's Kerry Logistics posted a 26 per cent first half year-on-year net profit increase to HK$845 million (US$109 million), drawn on...
- Loss of US bilateral shipping tax accord no big deal say HK port interests
HONG KONG remains an attractive place for the shipping industry to prosper, according to the city's Transport and Housing Bureau, despite the US...
- Oakland's hybrid electric cranes slash emissions by 95pc
THE Port of Oakland's largest marine terminal has cut diesel emissions from all 13 of its yard cranes by 95 per cent after retrofitting them with...
- 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
- Idle box ship volume falls below 1m TEU for first time this year
THE latest survey by Aplphaliner shows that some 90 containerships, equating to over 600,000 TEU of capacity, have found employment in the past month...
- H1 container volume at Port of Salalah surges 13pc to 2.19m TEU
OMAN's largest port, the Port of Salalah handled a total of 2
- ICHCA warns of another Beirut disaster waiting to happen
TERMINAL operators around the globe are reassessing their safety procedures following the August 4 Beirut explosion which killed around 200 people...
- Swissport gets US$354m funding commitment to cope with virus outbreak
GROUND handler Swissport has received a funding boost as it continues to battle through the difficult trading conditions resulting from the...
- 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
- Zim like other carriers report profitable Q2 despite slide in volumes
ISRAELI carrier Zim has joined the fleet of major shipping lines reporting impressive second-quarter profits, despite significant volume declines, by...
- TIACA and Pharma.Aero deliver guidance on transport of Covid-19 vaccines
THE International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) and Pharma
- Atlas Air Q2 profit down 9.2pc US$78.9 million as revenues rise 24.3pc
ATLAS Air Worldwide Holdings suffered a 9
- Air Canada blames US$1.16 billion loss on Canadian Covid restrictions
CANADIAN flag carrier Air Canada reported an operating loss of C$1
- Kurumahmut: "Turkey's Eastern Mediterranean Territorial Waters Should Be Declared as 12 Miles''
The Web Conference titiled "Current Developments in Libya and Eastern Mediterranean" which was moderated by Assoc. Dr. İbrahim Demir, was held...
- ONE posts second quarter profit despite revenue, volume declines
JAPANESE owned but Singapore based Ocean Network Express (ONE) suffered a decline in revenue of 11