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Swiss WorldCargo, va-Q-tec partner for passive container solutions
By LBR Staff Writer
Swiss WorldCargo has signed a partnership agreement with va-Q-tec to provide new range of temperature controlled containers.
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Australia Post to test new drone for small parcel delivery
By LBR Staff Writer
Parcels and logistics firm Australia Post is set to test new remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) or drone for delivering small parcels.
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Kerry Logistics signs MoU to buy additional stake in India’s Indev Logistics
By LBR Staff Writer
Kerry Logistics Network has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to increase its interest in Indev Logistics from 30% to 50%.
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Logistics firm Panalpina awards communications infrastructure overhaul contract to BT
By LBR Staff Writer
Freight forwarding and logistics firm Panalpina has awarded a contract to BT to transform and manage its global communications infrastructure.
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HNA Group to acquire Swiss air-travel logistics firm gategroup for $1.47bn
By LBR Staff Writer
China-based HNA Group has agreed to acquire Switzerland’s air-travel logistics firm gategroup Holding, for around CHF1.4bn ($1.47bn).
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Atlas Air Worldwide buys Southern Air Holdings for $110m
By LBR Staff Writer
Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings has completed the acquisition of Worldwide Air Logistics Group parent firm Southern Air Holdings, for about $110m.
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ADM expanding and modernizing Brazilian port
By LBR Staff Writer
Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) has begun a significant expansion and modernization of its export terminal in Santos, in the Brazilian state of São Paulo.
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Straightline Aviation signs LoI to buy Lockheed Martin cargo-carrying airships
By LBR Staff Writer
UK-based Straightline Aviation (SLA) has signed a letter of intent (LoI) to buy around 12 cargo-carrying hybrid airships from Lockheed Martin, for about $480m.
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Flirtey conducts drone delivery test in US
By LBR Staff Writer
Drone delivery firm Flirtey has carried out the fully autonomous and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved urban drone delivery test in the US.
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Orbital ATK’s Cygnus spacecraft successfully launched on fifth cargo delivery mission to international space station
By LBR Staff Writer
Orbital ATK, a global leader in aerospace and defense technologies, successfully launched its CygnusT spacecraft aboard a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V launch vehicle with approximately 7,900 pounds (3,600 kilograms) of cargo and small satellites that will be deployed directly from the spacecraft.
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DB Schenker launches cruise line logistics service
By LBR Staff Writer
DB Schenker has officially launched its new cruise line logistics service. The new service includes the logistics required for everything from inbound and supply management, to the distribution of finished goods, to the support of landings, dry docks, and the launch of new ships.
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Maersk tests drones for deliveries and inspections
By LBR Staff Writer
Maersk is evaluating drones for deliveries and inspections across the group, in a bid to cut time and costs.
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Amazon selects ATSG to operate air cargo network
By LBR Staff Writer
Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) has agreed to operate an air cargo network to serve Amazon customers in the US.
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Worldwide Flight Services to acquire Consolidated Aviation Services
By LBR Staff Writer
Platinum Equity portfolio firm Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has agreed to acquire Consolidated Aviation Services (CAS) from ICV Partners.
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IFALPA supports ICAO's prohibition of lithium-ion batteries as cargo on passenger flights
By LBR Staff Writer
The International Federation of Air Line Pilots’ Associations (IFALPA) supports the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) important decision this week to prohibit lithium-ion batteries as freight on passenger aircraft, but feels more needs to be done to address the safety of shipments on cargo aircraft.
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