Producers from the chemical industry, the chemical trade and the pharmaceutical industry will in future have new opportunities to store special products at the dangerous goods warehouses operated by Imperial at temperatures between 2° C and 8° C. Imperial has now put into service a separate refrigerated section at its dangerous goods warehouse in Mannheim.
Global trade is shifting and the centuries-old model that saw maritime superpowers located in the western world controlling cargo flows across the high seas is giving way to a more multi-directional and multimodal future.
Tim Scharwath has formally joined the Board of Management of Deutsche Post DHL Group as the new CEO of DHL Global Forwarding, Freight.
Ninety percent of Domestic Fortune 500 companies use 3PLs for logistics and supply chain functions, according to a new report just released by Armstrong & Associates.
AAL has successfully completed the transportation of two giant ‘cyclone vessels’ (each measuring approx. 22m x 11m x 10m and weighing over 500mt) to Petronas’ US$27 billion RAPID project in Malaysia, on behalf of leading freight forwarder, Oceansmart Global.
Sappi Southern Africa, a subsidiary of Sappi Limited, the world’s largest manufacturer of dissolving wood pulp (DWP), has chosen Kuehne + Nagel as its preferred partner for seafreight order management.
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd., Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd., and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha have announced that their new joint venture (JV) will operate under the tradename “Ocean Network Express.”
Waberer’s International Zrt., a leading transportation services provider in the market of complete consignments in Europe announced that, in response to changing customer needs , it has launched an intermodal solution for its customers as of May 16, 2017.
On May 26, a train loaded with 82 Bertschi ISO-tankcontainers began its long journey from Korla in Western China to Europe. The route, on which a distance of 8.000 kilometers and 7 countries are passed, is part of the project “One Belt, One Road” initiated by China.
Cargo Theft in the Americas hits a new high, while continued risks of terrorism threatens Europe and a rise in continuity concerns surfaces in Asia.