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Grant to Power Port of Long Beach’s Zero Emissions Push

A multimillion-dollar California Energy Commission Grant will help the Port of Long Beach transition to zero-emissions operations by developing infrastructure plans to support electric vehicles at the nation's second busiest seaport. The $2.5 million award aids the second phase of the Port Community Electric Vehicle Blueprint, which the Port created to identify a holistic and strategic approach to electric vehicle planning and implementation, and identify opportunities to ensure the local workforce ... [+]

“I woke up when the bombing started”

Rehina Leidenius is a Customer Service Support Assistant at the Hapag-Lloyd office in Odessa. In the last weeks she flew to the company’s QSC in Izmir. Hapag-Lloyd talked to Rehina about her experiences since the Russian invasion started.Rehina, what are your personal experiences since the ... [+]

Rescue on the High Seas

While Hapag Lloyd’s "Barzan" was just transiting the Indian Ocean en route from Singapore to the Suez Canal, its Master received a satellite call from MRCC Mumbai requesting him to proceed to the position LAT 10° 57.1'N LON 061°33.4'E where the M/V Galini had reported ... [+]

Auburn University Students Visit the Air Cargo Facility at Atlanta Airport

A group of students currently studying Logistics and Supply Chain Management at Auburn University, were given an exclusive, behind-the-scenes air cargo familiarization tour at Atlanta Airport on March 25, 2022. It was a joint initiative planned by Auburn University, JAS Worldwide, Swissport, and Qatar Airways ... [+]

K+N’s supports Danish Emergency and Relief logistics team

It’s no secret that Kuehne+Nagel’s Emergency & Relief logistics team in Copenhagen is managing aid logistics efforts for NGOs and humanitarian organizations of all sizes. However, they don’t stand alone in this endeavor. Relying on K+N’s international network is, in fact, one of the reasons ... [+]

DNV leads Nordic Roadmap partnership for zero-carbon ship fuels

The Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment has awarded DNV and its partners a contract to develop a roadmap for the introduction of sustainable zero-carbon fuels across the Nordic region. The “Nordic Roadmap” aims to accelerate the transition to zero carbon fuels by reducing the ... [+]

IAG Cargo transports 125 tonnes of aid for Ukraine

In recent weeks, IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group, is working with leading charities including the Red Cross, Project Hope and SEPLA Ayuda and its sister airlines Iberia, British Airways and Vueling to transport aid for Ukraine. To date, the business has ... [+]

Port of Galveston reports on Green Marine Program

Since becoming certified in the Green Marine program in June 2021, the Galveston Wharves and its partners are making progress in realizing long-term changes to protect the environment. Cleaner energy sources, waste reduction and sustainable construction are just a few examples. Guided by Green Marine, a ... [+]

Airport CEO Rick Tucker to Retire, Butch Roberts Appointed Next Airport Authority Leader

The Port of Huntsville reports that Rick Tucker, Chief Executive Officer of the international transportation and business hub that includes Huntsville International Airport, International Intermodal Center and Jetplex Industrial Park, will be retiring on Dec. 31, 2022. Tucker’s leadership “has grown the organization to superlative ... [+]

Turkish Cargo carried 335m doses of Covid-19 vaccine to 61 countries during 2021

Ensuring the continuation of international pharma supply chains while countries closed their doors to one another during the pandemic, Turkish Cargo had a significant success when it comes to vaccine transportation. Being the fastest growing air cargo carrier in the world during 2021 when negative ... [+]