Ceva offers time-critical solutions

Ceva Logistics is offering a Skycapacty program with guaranteed access to global air cargo capacity for customers in a market that continues to experience volatility. The forwarder has purchased recurring capacity on key routes. The Skycapacity network currently offers destinations to and from North and South America, Europe and Asia Pacific. Ceva has also launched a Time Critical Solution for clients in healthcare, automotive, aerospace or manufacturing environments, where specific parts or ... [+]

Aerospace specialist doubles Singapore space

Specialist aerospace logistics company B&H Worldwide has doubled of the size of its operation in Singapore. A new facility next to its existing operation within the ALPS Free Trade Zone at Changi Airport will cater for business growth in one of the fastest growing aerospace ... [+]

Lockdown fails to deter cargo crime

Criminals stole of more than €172 million worth of goods in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) in 2020 despite the Covid said the the Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) in its Cargo Theft Annual Report. Based only on data reported to the Association’s Incident ... [+]

Logistics firm greets Teesside travellers

Passengers arriving at Teesside International Airport are now being greeted by a 7-metre banner advertising local logistics firm AV Dawson, which recently rebranded its local base to Port of Middlesbrough. AV Dawson Joins a growing number of businesses investing in the regional airport, itself the subject ... [+]

Kent Access Permit no longer needed as special measures stood down

Hauliers no longer need a Kent Access Permit to travel between the UK and the EU via the Channel ports or tunnel after traffic management measures were stood down on 20 April. The M20 moveable barrier will also be removed, said the Department for Transport, which ... [+]

Imperial to sell Latam shipping business

Africa-based Imperial Logistics is to sell its South American shipping business to Hidrovias do Brasil, an independent integrated logistics provider focused on waterways in the region, for a maximum of US$90.0 million. Imperial will focus on its African business in the healthcare, consumer, chemicals, automotive, ... [+]

Bullet takes Fortec stake

Glasgow-based forwarding and logistics company Bullet Express has become a shareholder member in the Fortec pallet network.  Fortec, began offering shareholder memberships to its members when it was acquired by Pall-Ex Group in August 2020. Bullet Express became a shareholder member of the Pall-Ex network when ... [+]

U-Freight boss sees e-commerce boom

U-Freight predicts that the global e-commerce logistics market will hit €557 billion by 2025, having grown 27.3% in 2020. Chief executive Simon Wong said his experience mirrored a recent report by Transport intelligence (Tii) which described e-commerce as one of the key growth sectors for logistics ... [+]

New joint venture for Gulf projects

Abu Dhabi Ports’ Offshore Support and Logistics Services Company is to collaborate with lifting specialist Mammoet United Arab Emirates to offer on and offshore turnkey transport and installation solutions for projects in the Gulf. [+]

Bertling appoints in Houston

German-owned project forwarder Bertling Logistics has appointed Rasmus Frandsen as director business development at its Houston office. He joins from Intermarine, where he worked in different functions and also worked abroad in Malaysia for two years before relocating to Houston in 2016 where he became ... [+]