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Crowley and Air Menzies International partner to benefit customers
Crowley Logistics has formed a new reciprocal service partnership with Air Menzies International (AMI), the world’s leading trade-only airfreight wholesaler, that will enhance both companies’ offerings to their respective customers.
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Drone Delivery Canada, Wolseley Canada sign agreement for drone delivery development
Drone Delivery Canada (DDC) has signed an agreement with Wolseley Canada to collaborate on the potential implementation of a drone delivery solution to expand Wolseley Canada's distribution capabilities.
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CMA CGM acquires SOFRANA Unilines to strengthen operations in South Pacific
CMA CGM announces that it has reached an agreement to purchase through its subsidiary, ANL, the majority of the shares in SOFRANA Unilines, a key player in the Pacific Islands regional maritime trade.
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Panalpina to buy Dutch firm Interfresh Airfreight Handling
By LBR Staff Writer
Panalpina has agreed to acquire Netherlands-based Interfresh Airfreight Handling for an undisclosed sum.
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DHL expands airfreight capacities to support Norwegian seafood industry
By LBR Staff Writer
DHL Global Forwarding has expanded its airfreight capacities to meet the demand from the increasing exports of the Norwegian seafood industry.
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Yusen Logistics extends services in New Zealand
Yusen Logistics (Australia) has started ocean and air freight forwarding operations to and from New Zealand servicing its global network and partners.
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BT & CCS-UK partner to keep UK air freight moving
By LBR Staff Writer
BT and CCS-UK User Group have developed a new electronic fallback system, which will avoid meltdown in the UK's important air cargo industry, in the event of an outage of HMRC’s vital CHIEF system.
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Eimskip buys majority stake in freight forwarding firm Ship-Log
By LBR Staff Writer
Transportation firm Eimskip has acquired a 75% stake in Denmark-based freight forwarding firm Ship-Log for an undisclosed sum.
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Tata Consultancy Services launches drones research lab in Cincinnati, Ohio
Tata Consultancy Services, a global IT services, consulting and business solutions organization, has opened its first Drones Research Lab in the US at its Seven Hills Park Innovation Center located in Cincinnati, Ohio, to address the expanding demand for unmanned aerial vehicles and business solutions across industries.
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Kuehne+Nagel to partner with Grunenthal Group for global transportation services
Kuehne + Nagel and pharmaceutical research company xchave agreed on a global partnership for land, air and seafreight, where Kuehne + Nagel will support Grünenthal Group in reorganising its world-wide transportation network for highly sensitive pharmaceutical products.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific, CGT Catapult to collaborate on advanced therapy supply chain
Thermo Fisher Scientific and the Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult (CGT Catapult) have formed partnership to provide developers with both manufacturing capability and distribution, logistics and storage capacity needed to create supply chain to speed up cell and gene therapy development and commercialsation.
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FedEx Express to launch flight between Liege-Memphis
FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx will start operating a new flight linking TNT’s European air hub in Liège (Belgium) to the FedEx World Hub in Memphis (US) beginning in early April 2017.
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Walmart plans to deploy in-store drones to serve customers
By LBR Staff Writer
US-based Walmart is planning to deploy in-store drones, in a bid to provide better services for the customers in the shop floor.
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European Commission re-imposes cartel fine on 11 air cargo carriers
By LBR Staff Writer
The European Commission has re-adopted a decision to fine 11 air cargo carriers a total of €776m for operating a price–fixing cartel.
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Saia LTL Freight to open four terminals in Pennsylvania and New Jersey
Saia gave a status update on the expansion of Saia LTL Freight, which is on target to open four terminals in Pennsylvania and New Jersey by the beginning of May this year.
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