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US box imports still strong as tariff hike approaches

With trade talks with China still unresolved, retailers appear to be bringing spring merchandise into the country early in case tariffs go up in March, NRF reports. Imports through the major US ret...

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Yantian Express cargo recovery makes further progress

Almost 200 containers identified as ‘most likely a total loss’ due to last-month’s fire on the Hapag-Lloyd vessel. Efforts to recover containers from the fire-damaged Yantian Express ...

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Redwood Logistics to buy Strive Logistics

Second acquisition within a month creates a top-15 US truck broker and multimodal logistics provider with over $1bn in freight under management. Ambitious US truck broker and multimodal log...

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Globalisation ‘too big to fail’ says DHL CEO

Strengthening of regional trade in the face of global trade tensions ‘only one part of the picture’, says John Pearson, as group unveils fifth ‘Global Connectedness Index’. Rising p...

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Raised bid from DSV for Panalpina ‘the most likely outcome’

Logistics investment analyst Jefferies anticipates ‘a higher and recommended offer’, with Panalpina’s board reported to be in negotiations with DSV. A raised offer from DSV for Panalp...

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Higher volumes at Port of Durban

Predictions as to how last year would end for the port of Durban proved reasonably accurate (Network, January 16). Containerised cargo, which always attracts the most attenti...

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Hundreds of containers carried weekly (EADT)

A new rail freight service connecting the Port of Felixstowe with the Birch Coppice terminal in the Midlands has been launched by GB Railfreight.

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MOL announces restructuring measures

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL; President & CEO: Junichiro Ikeda) today (Jan. 31) announced that it will restructure the organization effective April 1, 2019, as follows:...

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Hyundai Seeks to Take Over DSME, Inks Conditional Deal with KDB

The world’s largest shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries Corporation has set sights on acquiring a major stake in compatriot Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME). Leia mais »

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