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  • Maersk and Unipart team up for five-year JCB supply chain contract October 6, 2022
    In the clearest indication yet of Maersk’s intentions to expand into the supply chain, the Danish carrier has signed a five-year contract to be lead logistics provider for UK construction equipment manufacturer JCB. The Loadstar understands the contract was previously held by DHL Supply Chain and, in a novel move, JCB decided to split the […]
    Gavin van Marle
  • Cathay Pacific Cargo rebuilds: ‘our culture is strong and we have a can-do spirit’ October 6, 2022
    Hong Kong and its home carrier, Cathay Pacific, have had a torrid couple of years, politically, as well as coping with the zero-Covid strategy of strict quarantine and travel restrictions. But the territory, and the airline, are fighting back and trying to rebuild their damaged brands. And while there were no flights, Cathay kept busy […]
    Alex Lennane
  • Rising costs push up breakeven bar for shipping lines as demand slumps October 6, 2022
    As mainhaul voyage results decline significantly and more ships are taken out of service due to the collapse in demand, ocean carriers may be obliged to downgrade their outlook for the year. The speed of the demand slump has blindsided carriers confident of the integrity of contracted volumes, but booking forecasts are down sharply as […]
    Mike Wackett

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  • Dronamics to fuel cargo drone with sustainable petroleum  October 5, 2022
    London-based drone operator and manufacturer Dronamics is partnering with Zero Petroleum to purchase alternative fuel for commercial use of its Black Swan drone next year.   The fuel, called “Zero Synavgas,” is sustainable, fossil-free direct replacement made from hydrogen and carbon using what the company calls “petrosynthesis,” according to an Oct. 4 release.  “Sustainability is […]
    Ashley Mowreader
  • UK’s Teesside Airport facility attracts new markets October 5, 2022
    England’s Teesside International Airport (MME) opened a 21,000-square-foot cargo handling facility in late August, attracting interest from African, trans-Atlantic and Asian markets. The 2.5 million pound (US $2.9 million) investment offers security screening technology, handling, freight forwarding, customs clearance and storage services, according to a release from MME. The facility can also be utilized for […]
    Kelly Stroh
  • Cargo Community Systems and the power of connection October 5, 2022
    The airfreight community has seen a surge in digitalization since March 2020 as stakeholders have upgraded systems to keep cargo moving while the world shut down. The cargo community system (CCS) is a digital solution now in the limelight as dozens of airports and cargo stakeholders shift to cloud-based models that aid the secure exchange […]
    Ashley Mowreader and Ivan De Luce

RSS Global Logistics

  • Four Challenges in Denied Party Screening Requirements October 1, 2022
    Sweeping new global trade regulations, economic sanctions, free trade agreements, criminal or counterterrorism statutes and company ESG standards are together creating a challenging landscape for businesses engaged in global trade.
  • DSV Implements a Single-Instance Control Tower with a Global Footprint October 1, 2022
    As a customer of MPO’s end-to-end logistics and transportation management system, which is used at the DSV Solutions sites in Europe, DSV reached out to MPO to develop a global supply chain control tower solution that would meet those needs in South Africa.
  • DSV Implements a Single-Instance Control Tower with a Global Footprint October 1, 2022
    As a customer of MPO’s end-to-end logistics and transportation management system, which is used at the DSV Solutions sites in Europe, DSV reached out to MPO to develop a global supply chain control tower solution that would meet those needs in South Africa.

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  • De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Dash 8-400 (Bombardier Q400) October 4, 2022
    De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Dash 8-400 (Bombardier Q400) [email protected]… Tue, 10/04/2022 - 21:17 The Dash 8-400 is a twin-engine turboprop airplane currently produced by Canadian manufacturer De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Ltd., itself a subsidiary of Canadian aerospace company Longview Aviation Capital Corp. Described on its Transport Canada type certificate data sheet (TCDS) as […]
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  • Embraer E-Jet E170/E175 October 4, 2022
    Embraer E-Jet E170/E175 [email protected]… Tue, 10/04/2022 - 21:17 The E-Jet series is a family of regional jets (RJ) produced by Brazilian manufacturer Embraer S.A. that includes the E170 and E175. Based on the ERJ 170 type, the variants of the ERJ 170-100 are marketed as the E170, while the ERJ 170-200 uses the E175 commercial […]
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  • Dassault Falcon 2000 September 20, 2022
    Dassault Falcon 2000 [email protected]… Tue, 09/20/2022 - 21:17 The Falcon 2000 is a twin-engine business jet produced by French manufacturer Dassault Aviation. Since the first variant of the series, the Falcon 2000, was certified in November 1994 a total of six airframes have been certified as part of the series, with those airframes based on […]
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