Turkish Cargo Relocates Koala Yani to Its New Home

Turkish Airlines' air cargo brand, Turkish Cargo, has once again become part of a heartwarming story under the "Mission Rescue" project. The carrier safely transported the endangered koala Yani from Hong Kong to the United Kingdom. Yani, born in Australia and later brought to Hong Kong, was left alone after the other koalas she lived with at the park passed away. Deprived of socialization and opportunities to continue her species due ... [+]

ACS Los Angeles arranges Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe world tour

Air Charter Service’s Los Angeles office recently arranged a branded Airbus A340 VIP to transport the legendary rock bands, Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe, along with other VIPs and 23 tonnes of the bands’ instruments and staging on their joint world tour. Tom Howe, CEO of ACS’s Los Angeles office commented: ... [+]

Turkish Cargo Now Ranks the 3rd Among the Global Air Cargo Carriers

Turkish Cargo, the air cargo brand of Turkish Airlines, ranked the 3rd among the leading air cargo carriers in the world, in the wake of a prospering performance in May. The successful brand, which was ranked 5th on the same period of last year according to the monthly data published by ... [+]

Turkish Cargo and DHL Global Forwarding Sign a “Memorandum of Understanding”

For the purpose of reinforcing the bilateral relation, a "Memorandum of Understanding" is now executed by and between Turkish Cargo, the air cargo brand of Turkish Airlines, and DHL Global Forwarding, the air and ocean freight specialist of Deutsche Post DHL Group, at the IATA World Cargo Symposium which has ... [+]

Whatever You See in the World is From Istanbul

Turkish Cargo released new commercial films depicting the opportunities offered to the global economy by its mega hub SMARTIST, which is interconnecting the world. Raising the bar continuously for success by combining its global flight network of more than 340 destinations with Türkiye's unique geographical advantage; Turkish Cargo operates from its ... [+]

EU Ministers assuage IRU EU emissions fears

The International Road transport Union (IRU) has applauded EU Environment Ministers’ decision to set the start date for the new EU Emissions Trading System (ETS II) to 2028, which it said was more realistic than the Parliament’s and original European Commission proposal.It added that the European Council also understood its ... [+]

High praise for DP World apprentice scheme

DP World was named ‘Best Apprenticeship Employer (Corporate)’ at South Coast training organisation PETA’s Apprenticeship and Employer of the Year Awards at Portsmouth’s Royal Maritime. The port operator was praised for its long term approach and the fact that its apprenticeships offered a solid foundation of a pipeline of talent leading ... [+]

We’ll be at home on Freeport East, says The Range

The first business has committed to taking space at Freeport East, one ofnew English Freeports in England announced by the government in March 2021. Home, garden and leisure products retailer The Range will occupy a unit of almost 1.2m sq ft on the Freeport East Gateway 14 site. Conditional contracts have ... [+]

Scan Global acquires Sea-Air

Copenhagen-headquartered Scan Global Logistics has acquired Hong Kong-based Sea-Air Logistics. SGL said the move would strengthen its already comprehensive and decades-long operations in mainland China and Hong Kong and allow for further penetration in segments such as technology and pharma. Sea-Air Logistics offers ocean and air freight forwarding and logistics services ... [+]

Green packaging firm takes iPort space

Reusable packaging business Euro Pool System has leased a building at Verdion’s iPort, Doncaster logistics hub. It has signed a 10-year lease for a 116,791 sq ft distribution facility at iP1a, the third of four speculatively-developed warehouses being completed in 2022. [+]

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