GBA spends £4m on new wheels

European logistics operator GBA Services is spending over £4 million on its largest-ever vehicle purchase. It comprises 20 DAF XF106 double sleeper tractor units, 30 low-mileage used units for a ... [+]

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Turkish Cargo has obtained Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) status for its worldwide operations. The move is expected to streamline its operations by speeding up customs clearance and to help the ... [+]

Cargo carrier strengthens team

British all-cargo airline CargoLogicAir has appointed Frank De Jong as chief operations officer. Having previously held a number of executive roles with, he was lately director product development at CargoLogicManagement, ... [+]

Seatruck ups Liverpool-Dublin capacity

Seatruck Ferries has increased capacity and frequency between Dublin and Liverpool by replacing its smallest vessel on the route, the Clipper Ranger, with a larger P series vessel offering almost ... [+]

Palletforce’s global strategy pays off

Palletforce has reported a 45% increase in European volumes after it extended its coverage from eight to 24 countries in the past 12 months and launched a global service focusing ... [+]

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