August 1st in Freight, Road, Shipping by .


DP World’s global portfolio of container terminals has continued to build on the excellent start to 2011 with the momentum continuing into the second quarter. Gross volumes for the first six months of the year were 26.2 million TEU or 11% ahead of the prior year.

July 17th in 3PL, News, Shipping by .

COSCO to Put Armed Guards Aboard its Ships

The continued increase in the numbers of hijacking ships is alarming ” the Somalia pirates have been expanding their area of operations eastward deep into the Indian Ocean and southward along the coast of East Africa, largely because of the naval; presence off Somalia. This has put a huge pressure on all he ship owners to come up with some solution.

July 16th in 3PL, Intermodal Transport, Shipping by .

Germany’s First Self-Service Terminal

HHLA Container Terminal Altenwerder (CTA) is the first in Germany to introduce intuitive self-service terminals where truckers can check in their standard containers within around 130 seconds.

June 10th in 3PL, Aviation, Economy, Logistics by .

Logistics is Accurate Barometer for Economic Climate

Logistics has long been hailed as the lifeblood of the economy. Imports and exports via air, sea and road freight – the volume of which all reflect on how well, or not, the economy is faring.

April 28th in News, Shipping by .

Goodnews : Hanjin Tianjin and crew rescued by Korean warship

20 April, the 6,500 teu container vessel Hanjin Tianjin has sent the emergency signals in the Indian Sea, 250 miles east of Socotra Island, Yemen near the Gulf of Aden

April 12th in 3PL, Logistics, News by .

Some More Updates On 3PL New / Renewed Contracts

It is hard to believe that first quarter of this new year has already come and gone, and here are some of the updates on the new / renewal contracts for 3PL.

April 7th in 3PL, Shipping by .

ICTSI Signed a Port Contracts in India & Subic.

International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) has signed an agreement for the management and running of operations at the Kattupalli Container Terminal in Tamil Nadu in India, and in Subic, reporteddow Jones Newswires.

April 7th in 3PL, Aviation, Logistics, SCM by .

BA was fined US$1.2 million, Judgment from High Court at Auckland Last Tuesday

Finally the long awaited case against British Airways and Cargolux International Airlines was disposed last Tuesday. The High Court at Auckland Tuesday fined BA and Cargolux after they admitted to colluding with several other airlines to raise the price of air freight, the New Zealand Herald reported Wednesday, without citing direct sources.

March 28th in Freight, News, Shipping by .

Shipments To Hong Kong Are quarantined for radiation checks off Lamma Island.

The Ships seeking to enter Hong Kong that began their voyage within 80 kilometers of Japan’s Fukushima prefecture, site of a nuclear power plant crippled by a March 11th earthquake and tsunami, are to be quarantined  for raditation checks off Lamma Island.

March 18th in 3PL, Freight, Logistics, News, Shipping by .

Fate of Shipping Company in Japan after Earthquake and Tsunami

Japan’s shipping industry and services will be hit across the board by the massive 8.9 magnitude earthquake and tsunami that slammed the country Friday, according to an initial assessment of the impact by BIMCO, the independent shipping association in Copenhagen.

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