February 2019

AirBridgeCargo Airlines adds Dhaka to its international network

AirBridgeCargo Airlines is ramping up its footprint in Asia with the introduction of Dhaka to its international network. The company will offer customers twice-weekly frequencies to the capital of Bangladesh to accommodate the country's emerging export flows, which have seen westbound volumes grow robustly in recent years. Dhaka becomes the 14th destination in ABC's Asian network and extends the airline's ability to guarantee fast and seamless cargo deliveries to Europe, Russia, ... [+]

APL launches Eagle Express X RailFlash

APL has launched Eagle Express X RailFlash, a new service providing express rail transfer for shipments arriving from China at the Port of Los Angeles to Chicago, Memphis, Dallas and Kansas City. APL’s EXX RailFlash dramatically shaves days off shipment’s transit into four U.S. inland destinations. Upon vessel arrival in Los ... [+]

CEVA achieves revenue growth

CEVA Logistics AG reported on Feb. 27 its results for the fourth quarter and full year ended 31 December 2018. 2018 was a year of structural changes including a major move towards deleveraging: • Revenue growth of 5.2% in 2018 compared to previous year • Adjusted EBITDA of US$260 million, including US$54 million ... [+]

DHL Express strengthens global network with new international hub in Madrid

DHL Express is continuing a course of strong growth with the opening of its hub at Barajas Adolfo Suarez Airport in Madrid. This expansion of the DHL Express global network will strengthen the position of Madrid as an important hub for international commerce, especially between Europe and Latin America. By ... [+]

DHL in US Expands Medical Express Service in Mexico

DHL Express will be expanding its existing DHL Medical Express (WMX) service between Mexico and the United States. The integrated transportation solution, which DHL launched in Mexico in July 2018, facilitates the delivery of Mexico-based patient samples to U.S. central labs in less than 24 hours. This reduces transit times ... [+]

Emirates uses advanced navigation technology to increase cargo capacity to Kabul

Emirates Flight Operations has developed a new navigation technique that allows the airline to carry additional cargo into Kabul International airport. The innovative missed-approach procedure developed by the airline has replaced an older technique that required cargo bound for Kabul to be offloaded in Dubai during low-cloud or poor visibility weather ... [+]

World Fuel Services increases bunker capacity in port of Gibraltar

World Fuel Services (WFS), via its fully owned subsidiary Gib Oil Limited, has extended its capacity in the port of Gibraltar with the addition of two barges to its physical bunker operations. The barges, dedicated to Marine Gasoil and Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel, also offer the option for multiple product segregation. ... [+]

ZIM Announces a Strategic Investment in Ladingo

ZIM announced that it has made a strategic Investment in Ladingo on February 27 that the steamship line claims is “A Move that will Lead to a B2C Revolution.” ZIM announced that it has made a direct investment in the technology company Ladingo, which just closed a $1M funding round. ZIM ... [+]

Container Stack-Yard Work at VIG Ends

During the week of February 18, container stack No. 1 began operating at Virginia International Gateway (VIG) and in doing so signaled the end of a critical construction phase at that terminal. The end of the stack-yard work leaves only two projects to be completed before the entire $320 million ... [+]

Delta Cargo announces international product rebrand

Delta Cargo is rebranding its international products to align with SkyTeam Cargo, providing customers with a common product portfolio across the global alliance. There are no changes to Delta Cargo product attributes. "By rebranding our international products to align with our SkyTeam Cargo partners, it is now easier for our customers to ... [+]

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