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Ceva Thailand seeks out ocean opportunities

CEVA Logistics in Thailand has set up a new ocean branch in Laem Chabang, the country’s main deep sea port. Positioned in the Eastern Economic Corridor, it will help to address the evolving supply chain needs of the country’s industrial powerhouse of industrial production, says managing director, Thailand and Emerging Markets, Russell Pang. [+]

Not brown but green

It may not look very ‘green’ but this is the start of a scheme by the builders of the new Tilbury2 port to move thousands of tons of waste ash from the construction site to a new home a short distance down the river at ... [+]

Fast-growing Turkish Cargo ready for Covid challenge

Turkish Cargo says it has increased its global market share from 3.9% to 5.4% - over one in 20 of all air cargo shipments - with growth of 67% in the first half of 2020 thanks to its special cargo operations. It operations have continued uninterrupted ... [+]

Dubai to explore Israel freight links

DP World and Dubai Customs are to explore opportunities to develop trade links between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, following the signing of a series of memorandums of understanding (MoUs). The UAE, along with Bahrain, have recognised Israel, ending a decades-long boycott of the country. In ... [+]

New maritime minister sees Southampton for the first time

The Port of Southampton welcomed new maritime and aviation minister Robert Courts for his first official visit in his new role. The Minister was shown how the port and the wider maritime sector have adapted to cope with the challenges posed by the global pandemic. The ... [+]

Port of Middlesbrough is reborn

Teesside logisitics business AV Dawson has named its port facility Port of Middlesbrough – reviving a name from over 100 years ago AV Dawson has amalgamated several parts of its Middlesbrough-based port and logistics operations to form one, integrated facility. The new name honours a port that ... [+]

Biggest ever ship for US East Coast

APM Terminals Port Elizabeth, part of the Port of New York and New Jersey, handled the 15,072 teu CMA CGM Brazil on September 12, the largest vessel ever to call the US East Coast. It was made possible by the Bayonne Bridge clearance programme, which ... [+]

Europa Road team moves to Corby

The Europa Road team has moved from Northampton has moved to the company’s new £60 million logistics facility in Corby. The nine-strong group  are part of Europa's national road freight operation. Branch manager, Mitch Clarke (pictured, right, with Europa Group chief Andrew Baxter) has recently hired ... [+]

Tilbury gains West Coast Norway link

North Sea Container Line (NCL) is to start a direct weekly container service from Norway to the UK on 23 September when MV Rumba makes her first call at London Container Terminal, Tilbury. The service, southbound and northbound, will link around 15 ports on the west coast ... [+]

Swissport ready to move into state-of-the-art site at Frankfurt

Frankfurt Airport operator Fraport has handed over the keys for a new handling warehouse to Swissport Cargo Services Deutschland. The new building – located in CargoCity South – has 17,000 square meters of floor space, including special, temperature-controlled zones for handling sensitive pharmaceutical products. Swissport ... [+]