PD Ports vessels help hospice continue the good work

A generous £15,000 donation, made up of voluntary contributions from vessels entering the River Tees has enabled Middlesbrough-based Zoё’s Place Baby Hospice to provide a week’s worth of care for ... [+]

Ipswich is top port for agri exports – again

ABP Ipswich has retained its place as the number one export port for agricultural products for the 17th year in a row. According to Department for Transport statistics, the Port of ... [+]

New chair for BIFA’s Young Forwarder Network

The British International Freight Association (BIFA) has named Herbie Cobby as the chair of its virtual Young Forwarder Network (YFN). He works for Geodis, is the current holder of the ... [+]

Kuehne+Nagel opens Ireland pharma site

Kuehne+Nagel Ireland opened a temperature-controlled facility in late July near Dublin airport and seaport. Along with three existing healthcare warehouses, it expands Kuehne+Nagel’s healthcare footprint in Ireland to 40,000 sqm. The ... [+]

Rhenus orders electric vans for tough task

Rhenus Home Delivery placed an order for 59 electric vans from several manufacturers in June as part of its goal of having 150 similar vehicles in service by the end ... [+]

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