Freight News

ATA Expresses Disappointment in Hair Testing Guidelines

American Trucking Associations President and CEO Chris Spear issued the following statement regarding the Department of Health and Human Services’ announced guidelines on the use of hair samples for government-mandated drug testing: “As currently written, today’s proposal by HHS on hair testing is a tremendous disappointment for the trucking industry. President Trump and his Administration have successfully tackled difficult, contentious regulatory challenges with environmental and labor issues, yet on a top-tier ... [+]

Cargo Helping to Keep the Koru Moving

At Air New Zealand, cargo remains a critical component of its commercial structure so the recent extension of the International Air Freight Capacity scheme to the end of November came as welcome news to the team and customers alike. In terms of numbers, it equates ... [+]

Cargologic renews for CHAMP Cargospot Handling

Cargologic, the leading ground handling service provider in Switzerland, has extended its long-term partnership with CHAMP through a new ten-year agreement. Cargologic has been operating CHAMP’s Cargospot Handling solution on an in-house licensed basis for over 13 years. Through the new agreement, the company will adopt ... [+]

CEVA Logistics opens offices in Ecuador, Uruguay

As part of its strategic expansion across the Latin American markets, CEVA Logistics has officially opened its own offices in Ecuador and Uruguay. The company has been well established for many years in both countries through network partnerships and decided to open its own offices ... [+]

DB Schenker offers Stability Package

Leading global logistics service provider DB Schenker approved a Stability Package for customers of its competitor Damco. Intended for affected companies, the package includes an offer to take over short-term service agreements of up to two months’ contract period for the same conditions as agreed ... [+]

Early success prompts Imperial to expand multi-user warehouse

Just months after opening its latest multi-user warehouse, located in Werne, Germany, rapidly growing business has led Imperial to expand the facility’s capacity by 30%, with the leasing of a further adjacent unit. The additional space brings the total under-cover storage area to almost 30,000 sqm. ... [+]

Emirates SkyCargo uplifts a taste of Onam for expats

Emirates SkyCargo operated several additional cargo flights from Kerala this Onam season even as the state celebrated a low-profile Onam this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Emirates SkyCargo operated several additional cargo flights from Kerala, carrying fruits, vegetables and flowers, giving expats a slice ... [+]

Port of Rotterdam Authority to deepen Amazonehaven basin

The ECT Delta Terminal receives some of the largest container ships in the world. To ensure that in terms of nautical accessibility, it continues to meet the requirements of the next generation of container ships, a 500-meter stretch of the Amazonehaven port basin at ... [+]

First Foreign Flagged Vessel to Bunker LNG at a US Port

FURE VEN, a dual-fueled vessel owned and operated by Furetank of Donsö, Sweden, a global leader in the development of efficient and environmentally friendly product & chemical tankers, has become the first non-U.S. flagged vessel to bunker LNG in the United States. Eagle LNG Partners, ... [+]

Bahri boosts dry-bulk fleet with addition of newbuild Alanood

Bahri, a global leader in logistics and transportation, announces that the company took delivery of its new dry-bulk carrier ‘Alanood’ on August 31, making it the second newbuild vessel to join the company’s market-leading fleet this year. The Kamsarmax-class carrier lifts the number of Bahri’s ... [+]

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