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Exhibitions
  1. »The 3rd Global Freight Forward2014-09-10Event: The 3rd Global Freight Forwarding Conference 2014
    Date: 17 - 19 September 2014
    Venue: Shanghai, China
  2. »RORO Exhibition and Conference2014-05-14Event: RORO Exhibition and Conference
    Date: 24 - 26 June 2014
    Venue: London, UK
  3. »TOC CSC: Americas 20142014-03-10Event:TOC Container Supply Chain: Americas 2014
    Date: 14-16 October 2014
    Venue:Cartagena, Colombia

Executive Talks

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Interview with Milad M Istefanous, Executive Director of Philomina Global Services Co. Ltd.
Interview with Milad M Istefanous, Executive Director of Philomina Global Services Co. Ltd.Philomina Global Head office located at Khartoum City that is well known, and having branches @ Port Sudan (Seaport City), and our modern office systems and all staff to give excellent services to our potential customers and worldwide associates.
Interview with Filipe Garcia, Branch Manager of Inicio transitarios Lda
Interview with Filipe Garcia, Branch Manager of Inicio transitarios LdaSince the year 2000 INÍCIO TRANSITÁRIOS has been dedicated with total commitment to the creation of door-to-door transport solutions, regarding maritime and air logistics, on an international basis.
Interview with Ken Zhu,of Coeffort (Shanghai) Logistics & SCM Co., Ltd
Interview with Ken Zhu,of Coeffort (Shanghai) Logistics & SCM Co., LtdCoeffort was established in January 2015, core business of Coeffort is supply chain management and provide professional solutions, including supply chain financing, supply chain design, procurement and distribution, international customs clearance agent, executive stock trusteeship, Department of outsourcing, outsourcing processing and distribution management, supply chain services. I hope our business can do for customers "time Save", "money Save", "way touching One".
Interview with Arturo Chavez, Commercial Manager  of Smart Logistics Group
Interview with Arturo Chavez, Commercial Manager of Smart Logistics GroupSMART LOGISTICS GROUP is a premier transportation and logistics company, with coverage in SPAIN/EUROPE. Our value-added services portfolio includes import and export freight management, truck brokerage, intermodal, load/mode and network optimization, and global visibility. We provide freight forwarding, customs brokerage, warehousing and all other logistics services.
Interview with Ordan Cargo, Managing Director of Ordan Cargo Ltd
Interview with Ordan Cargo, Managing Director of Ordan Cargo LtdWe are " ORDAN CARGO LTD" a freight forwarding & logistics company based in Tel Aviv, Israel since 2001 having presences at all main ports ASHDOD/HAIFA/TLV for Import/Export/Cross SEA/AIR. We provide excellent and creative logistics solutions as well as quality service with competitive prices.
Integrated_Logistics_News »
  1. »GEODIS appoints new Head for its Industrial Projects network in Europe and South2015-09-29GEODIS Freight Forwarding, the international transport division of leading global logistics group, GEODIS has announced two new appointments in its Industrial Projects arm.
  2. »DB unit to offer parcel service as GLS expands freight offering in 20162015-09-29Germany's DB Schenker Logistics and the GLS Group have signed a strategic partnership agreement on European level, the company announced.
  3. »CEVA wins major new contract with Continental2015-09-29CEVA Logistics has been awarded a major new contract to provide UK warehousing and transportation services to Continental, one of the world’s leading tire manufacturers and distributors.
  4. »EBRD acquires a stake in Turkish port operator Global Ports2015-09-29The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is investing in a minority stake of the Turkish port operator Global Ports Holding (GPH) in a move to boost the company’s operations.
  5. »Jan de Rijk Logistics takes over Omega Logistics2015-09-29Dutch air freight trucker Jan de Rijk Logistics has acquired Omega Logistics as it looks to expand its temperature control operation, reports London's Air Cargo News.
  6. »CEVA wins the 2015 Top Transport Award among Automotive Industry cargo shippers2015-09-24CEVA Logistics, one of the world’s leading supply chain management companies, has received the 2015 Top Transport Award, selected among the Automotive Industry cargo shippers serving the Brazil market. In its ninth year, the Top Transport Award competition included a total of 17 categories – 16 specialties and a national preference. The award presented to CEVA reflects the result of the ninth survey on the Performance of Transportation Service Vendors, which indicated the 222 best companies selected by the market. In the 2015 edition, the survey also included the participation of 474 cargo shippers from 14 different economic sectors.
  7. »FedEx Express quarterly profit soars 45pc2015-09-24US delivery giant FedEx Express posted a 45 per cent year-on-year quarterly operating profit increase to US$545 million, drawn on revenues of $6.59 billion, which declined four per cent, according to Shipping Gazette.
  8. »Yusen Logistics opens office in Karachi2015-09-24Yusen Logistics has established and opened its own branch office in Karachi to forwarding, domestic transport and customs clearance after Pakistan was recognised as a 'NEXT11" country for its high potential as a leading economy in the 21st century.
  9. »TAPA launched a global campaign2015-09-18The Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) is launching a global campaign to double the number of TAPA-certified warehouse facilities to over 2,000 in Europe, the Americas and Asia Pacific in the next three years and to make a ‘quantum leap’ in the number of trucking companies operating in compliance with the Association’s Security Standards.
  10. »IMPERIAL continues to record stable results2015-09-18The Logistics International division of IMPERIAL Holdings Limited completed the 2014/2015 business year, which ended on 30 June 2015, with a slight increase in profits. Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) rose by almost two percent from EUR 69 to EUR 70 million. In comparison with the previous year, turnover rose by one percent from EUR 1.37 to EUR 1.39 million with a constant operating margin of five percent.
  11. »Panalpina opens an office in Yangon2015-09-16Swiss forwarding giant Panalpina has now opened an office in Yangon to provide services in Myanmar "at the crossroads between India, China and south east Asia", the company announced.
  12. »DHL Global Forwarding celebrates 15 years of delivering chocolate2015-09-16DHL Global Forwarding Americas has seized the opportunity to commemorate 15 years of transporting finished chocolate products and raw cocoa ingredients by air and ocean, according to Shipping Gazette.
  13. »Logistics Supply Chain Boss Will Raise 3PL Hackles2015-09-06UK – According to one supply chain supplier many companies which outsource control of their supply chain function to specialist third party logistics (3PL) companies are increasingly forced to look to replace the supplier in short order, often within months of the start of their contract period, due to shortcomings in the quality and range of services that the chosen logistics company is able to provide.
  14. »Transparent delivery chain management for logistics centers2015-09-02The growing quantity of transported goods keeps causing traffic jams at many transshipment points of the logistical chain. With the logistics platform AX4 which links ports, traffic and logistics centers with incoming traffic the Frankenthal-based software company AXIT now has an IT solution in their portfolio which defuses the situation.
  15. »Road Waybills and Rail Waybills2014-08-14The road waybill (road consignment note) or rail waybill (rail consignment note) serves as a receipt for goods and an evidence of the contract of carriage, but it is not a document of title to the goods. The consignee can obtain the goods from the carrier at the destination point without presentation of the road waybill or the rail waybill, as the case may be.
  16. »What is Rail Freight2014-08-14Rail freight is popular in multimodal transport and transhipment. It is widely used in landbridges.
  17. »Panama Canal and Dry Canal in Relation to the Landbridge Services2014-08-14The panamax is the draft limits of the Panama Canal, which imposed a ship's carrying capacity limit to around 3,500 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units). Modern container ships exceed the panamax, that is, cannot transit the canal. The future container ships in the deep-sea voyage are expected to be much bigger than those currently in service. The landbridge service that utilizes the West Coast ports in North America becomes more important in the Trans-Pacific Route.
  18. »Panama Canal and Dry Canal in Relation to the Landbridge Services2014-08-14The panamax is the draft limits of the Panama Canal, which imposed a ship's carrying capacity limit to around 3,500 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units). Modern container ships exceed the panamax, that is, cannot transit the canal. The future container ships in the deep-sea voyage are expected to be much bigger than those currently in service. The landbridge service that utilizes the West Coast ports in North America becomes more important in the Trans-Pacific Route.
  19. »The Use of Landbridges as Alternate Routes to the Conventional Ocean Traffic2014-08-14Shipment to the European Ports from the West Coast Ports in North America Use the minibridge (mini-landbridge) or the land-sea carriage, that is, freight container from the West Coast port send via rail to the East Coast port, and then by ship to Europe.
  20. »Feeder Vessels and Transhipments in Relation to the Landbridge Services2014-08-14As export and import traffic increases worldwide, large container ships having a load capacity of 80,000 metric tons or more are expected to service the Trans-Pacific Route and other sea routes, calling at a limited number of deep-sea ports at each end of the voyage. Consequently, the network of feeder services serve by the smaller container ship, called the feeder vessel, serving the large deep-sea ports is expected to expand. In the process, a wider application of the landbridge is indispensable, particularly in North America, and the transhipment of export goods will become more frequent in certain trade routes. The ports of Hong Kong (China) and Singapore in Asia and the port of Rotterdam (Netherlands) in Europe, for example, are popular ports of transhipment in the deep-sea voyage.
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