CEVA launches block train from Xiamen to Europe
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Port of Oakland adds PIL Vietnam service
The Port of Oakland will add a direct connection with Vietnam later this month when Pacific International Lines...
IATA forecasts global FTKs to grow 2% in 2019 and 4.4% over the next five years. (Photo: IATA)
IATA downgrades 2019 air freight outlook
The International Air Transport Association has revised its outlook for air cargo growth in 2019,
ABC selects WFS as handling partner in Liege
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Toll Group and Kontainers sign software deal
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IAG Cargo launches relocation service
IAG Cargo has expanded its product portfolio with the launch of a solution to help customers when they move abroad....
TIACA elects OAS to board
The International Air Cargo Association has elected Khalfan Al Shueili, chief executive officer of Oman Aviation...
Saudia Cargo obtains GACAR 151 license
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K+N launches online shipping solution with...
Kuehne + Nagel has launched KN Pledge, a new online solution for full container load shipments which offers guaranteed...
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