Freight News

AirBridgeCargo Airlines awarded for development of Dutch-Russian economic cooperation

AirBridgeCargo Airlines,has received a RusPrix Award for its ‘outstanding contribution to the development of Dutch-Russian economic cooperation in the field of logistics and transport’. The award was presented during the annual RusPrix ceremony, which was held in Noordwijk aan Zee in the Netherlands on 15 June. The main aim of the RusPrix Awards is the recognize companies, public organizations and individuals from the worlds of politics and culture which have ... [+]


CMA CGM Group announces the signature of an agreement between CMA CGM and Container Finance Ltd Oy pursuant to which the container shipping and logistics business Containerships (and Container Finance’s holdings in Multi-Link Terminals Ltd and CD Holding Oy) will become part of the CMA ... [+]

MNX Global Logistics opens new healthcare, life sciences logistics center in NY

MNX Global Logistics announces the opening of its healthcare and life sciences supply chain and logistics facility in New York City, located right next to JFK International Airport. This facility with validated temperature-controlled supply chain capabilities will serve as the operations and warehousing hub for our ... [+]

Port of Oakland, largest terminal operator OK new lease to 2027

A major global marine terminal operator has OKd a new Port of Oakland lease that runs through 2027. The agreement includes options that could keep SSA Terminals (Oakland) here to 2042. The port characterized the deal as validation for the city’s maritime future. “SSA ... [+]

Seattle Harbor Deepening Project Receives Corps Leadership Approval

The Seattle Harbor Navigation Improvement Project is eligible for congressional authorization following U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Commanding General Lt. Gen. Todd T. Semonite signing the Chief of Engineers Report June 7. The project proposal includes deepening the East and West Waterways to 57 feet ... [+]

Turkish Cargo ships cherries to Norway

Turkish Cargo is putting freshly-picked Turkish cherries on Norwegian dinner tables. Its principles require the cargo carrier to maintain temperature-controlled cold chain quality for all perishable goods, which is why it transported 600 tons of Turkish cherries in under 6 hours to Oslo. [+]

Connected containers

As part of its Customer Centricity strategy, CMA CGM Group has announced the commercialization of a connected containers offer: TRAXENS by CMA CGM. “With nearly 19 million containers carried in 2017, the generalization of smart containers in the Group’s fleet will allow to collect and ... [+]

1 Million Meals for Children

C.R. England and England Logistics have reached the half-way mark of their goal of donating one million meals for children in 2018. The milestone was reached early Thursday morning, June 14, as part of the “One Initiative,” a campaign that invites company employees, customers, carriers, and ... [+]

GPA sees busiest May for total tons, TEUs

The Port of Savannah handled 3 million tons of cargo in May, an increase of 8.9% or 247,671 tons compared the same month a year ago. Total cargo crossing all terminals reached 3.22 million tons. "Our May numbers reflect strong performances in breakbulk and containerized ... [+]

Port Houston Names Chief Commercial Officer

Port Houston has named John Moseley Chief Commercial Officer, succeeding Ricky Kunz who has elected to retire from the Port of Houston Authority. Moseley served as senior director of trade development since 2010. In his new role, Moseley will take the lead in developing and ... [+]