13
Apr
IATA Reports on encouraging February
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IATA has published statistics covering global air freight markets in February 2017 that reveal there was an 8.4% increase in demand, as measured in freight tonne-kilometres (FTKs), compared to the same period of...
13
Apr
EU Approves Maersk Line’s Bid for Hamburg Sud
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Maersk will sell Mercosul to satisfy Brazilian regulators. The European Commission has approved Maersk Line's bid to acquire Hamburg Süd on the condition that Hamburg withdraws from alliance networks on five trade routes. The...
13
Mar
IBM and Maersk Ready Blockchain Technology
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By MarEx 2017-03-05 17:37:33 Maersk and IBM have announced a new collaboration to use blockchain technology to help transform the global supply chain. The technology will be made available to the shipping and...
24
Feb
Hanjin Saga Comes to a Close
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  On Friday, a South Korean court formally declared bankruptcy for the defunct container carrier Hanjin Shipping, bringing five months of disruption and uncertainty to a close. The court announced its intentions to dissolve Hanjin...
16
Feb
It’s all looking rose-y for Air Cargo
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It's all looking rose-y for Air Cargo "Benjamin Franklin said that there are two things that are certain in life, death and taxes. If, however, Franklin had been a freight transport journalist he...
27
Jan
“Rotterdam Looks to Green Hydrogen”
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” Six Rotterdam-based organizations will investigate how sustainably generated electricity, converted into hydrogen, can be used in the production of fuels. TNO, Stedin, Smartport, Uniper, BP Refinery Rotterdam and Port of Rotterdam Authority…