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Cool Chain gang declare war on waste

Cool Chain Association (CCA) members have shared temperature data from perishable consignments moving from Latin America to the Middle East as part of a scheme aimed at tackling food loss. Five pallets of berries and avocados, were monitored from Guadalajara, in Mexico, to delivery in Kuwait, using loggers powered by secure near field communication (NFC) technology. Three NFC loggers were placed in an aircraft lower deck pallet during the pilot scheme ... [+]

DHL sends in the drones

DHL Express has signed a deal with EHang to launch a fully automated and intelligent smart drone delivery solution in Chinese cities. A five-mile route has been created for a DHL customer between its premises and the DHL service centre in Liaobu, Dongguan in Guangdong ... [+]

Peel unveils Clydeport plans

Peel Ports has revealed its plans to develop the port of Hunterston and is calling on North Ayrshire residents and businesses to share their opinions about potential uses of the site, over the next six weeks. The site comprises a 300 acre brownfield footprint with deepwater ... [+]

Kerry gets into the coffee trade

Kerry Logistics Network has branched out into trading with the establishment of Kerry Coffee (Hong Kong) in partnership with Italy’s illycaffè. Kerry Coffee will be the sole distributor of illycaffè’s complete product range in Hong Kong and Macau, including coffee machines, capsules, coffee beans, and other ... [+]

Europa spruces up Birmingham site

Europa Worldwide has invested over £250,000 in refitting its Birmingham site as part of a company-wide refresh. Europa’s Minworth site at Prologis Park is home to all four divisions of the business, Europa Sea and Europa Showfreight as well Europa Road’s regional team and a 16,536sq ... [+]

Trump fails to scare off Tigers

The trade spat between President Trump and China has failed to faze Tigers. The Hong Kong-based forwarder is working with K&N Filters, a US-owned high-performance automotive air filter and air filtration manufacturer, which is expanding operations in China, the world’s largest automotive market. Tigers is providing logistical ... [+]

Tyne port helps keep Mariners’ dreams afloat

Port of Tyne has signed a partnership with the Mariners (or South Shields Football Club as they are officially known)  to help boost health and wellbeing in the area. The Port will become South Shields Football Club Foundation's main activity partner, providing financial support for the ... [+]

Antonov to the rescue in cyclone region

Antonov Airlines has flown aid and personnel from Chalons Vatry Airport in France to Beira in Mozambique in the aftermath of Cyclone Idai. In addition to a 65-tonne payload of relief supplies, an the AN-124-100 aircraft also carried logistics staff from aid organisations to support disaster ... [+]

PD Ports helps local kids in cash and in kind

PD Ports has helped local primary school St Margaret Clitherow’s Catholic Voluntary Academy, in Southbank to raise over £15,000 for a new play area for its students. The current area has begun to rot away and is no longer safe to use Local mother and PD ... [+]

Kerry appoints Europe MD

Kerry Logistics has appointed Martin Stoekenbroek as its new managing director - Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). Based in Amsterdam, Stoekenbroek will lead Kerry Logistics' international forwarding business in the region and be in charge of its strategic development. He was previously vice president ... [+]