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Containership Trio to Join Global Ship Lease Fleet

UK-incorporated containership charter owner Global Ship Lease (GSL) is to expand its fleet with three 2004-built, 7,849 TEU vessels. 
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Trump’s tariffs trigger troubles on the transpacific

The sudden and severe escalation in the US-China trade conflict has placed container shipping under a cloud, says MSI. Transpacific container shipping volumes could see a sustained period o...

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Leipzig has potential to emerge as ‘Berlin e-commerce hub’

Property specialist says the German cargo airport has all the necessary assets such as available land, flight connections and a strong purchasing demographic. Leipzig Halle Airport has the ...

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Turkish Cargo’s dual-terminals operating ‘seamlessly’

Carrier says its on-time performance at Istanbul has even improved this year, despite shuttling freight between new airport and Ataturk. Turkish Cargo’s claims that its ‘dual-terminal...

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Freight demand will triple by 2050 – new report

OECD report predicts air cargo will see the most rapid growth by mode, and all transport lanes will face major challenges. Global freight demand is set to surge in the coming decades but wi...

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Gefco reports strong Q1 with 9% revenue growth

Margins improved thanks to automotive logistics specialist’s renegotiated contract with core customer PSA, but group also recorded 14.5% rise in non-PSA sales. Automotive logistics specia...

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Less storm damage in the port of Rotterdam

It can be very stormy in the Rotterdam sometimes. The nightmare of many a container depot and terminal, because strong winds can blow over stacked empty containers an...

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MSC to Invest in Container Terminal at Port of Las Palmas

Switzerland-based container shipping major Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) and the Port Authority of Las Palmas (APLP) have ratified a massive investment plan for the Port of Las ...

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