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Cargo-partner offers trains to Türkiye

Cargo-partner is now offering intermodal transport throughout Europe and Türkiye including the UK and Ireland. Its solutions use 45ft pallet wide containers and 13.6 m tilt trailers with rail for the main leg. The forwarder says this not only reduces costs but also gives potential CO₂ savings of up to 80% compared to conventional trucking. It has flexible routing options with frequent departures to and from Austria, the Czech Republic, ... [+]

FTA Ireland calls for coordination to decarbonise logistics

It is vital that government and industry coordinate their efforts to provide vision and guidance if Irish fleet operators are to decarbonise successfully said FTA ireland in a new report, published on 9 July. The report, Decarbonising the Road Freight Sector Ireland, has been written in ... [+]

Green power for Tesco Ireland

Tesco Ireland has taken delivery of 50 biomethane trucks for its nationwide distribution network as part of its partnership with DHL Supply Chain The trucks will immediately replace 50 diesel units, cutting down tailpipe carbon emissions by up to 90%. They are being introduced as part ... [+]

Member of Amazon tribe captures supply chain resilience award

Retailer Amazon senior manager EMEA security and loss prevention, Ivca Kaiserova was named Young Supply Chain Resilience Professional of the by the Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) and insurer TT Club,. The award, now in its second year, recognises outstanding young talent in the supply chain ... [+]

Raft to the rescue of hard-pressed forwarding staff

Australian-headquartered forwarding and logistics company Navia is using Raft’s AI-automated logistics finance capability to process large numbers of invoices. Raft’s AI now processes the bulk of the thousands of invoices, including document processing, data extraction and validation against existing data. Navia, whose head office is in ... [+]

Logistics could be catalyst to kickstart the economy

Logistics UK has called on the new Labour government to partner with the freight sector to develop its promised industrial strategy. Logistics can boost productivity for all areas of the economy, says the industry business group.  The logistics sector is key to driving economic growth and, ... [+]

Takeover brings Duvenbeck to Bavaria

German logistics company Duvenbeck has acquired the operations of Bavarian freight forwarding company, Erich Haslbeck. Family firm Haslbeck, headquartered in Niederviehbach near Dingolfing, about 60km north-east of Munich specialises in factory traffic for the Bavarian automobile industry as well as freight forwarding and logistics services for ... [+]

Three decades and 30,000 crossings

With Eurotunnel celebrating its 30th anniversary, one of its largest commercial users, Europa Road says it is now making more than 30,000 trips a year between England and France. Europa was one of the first users of the Le Shuttle freight service, in 1994. Eurotunnel, which runs ... [+]

Danx acquires tech logistics firm

Time critical logistics company Danx has acquired TLS, a Denmark-based logistics specialist in the transport and installation of technical equipment. Established in 1999, TLS focuses operates throughout Denmark and Sweden and has five ‘storage hotels’ in Aarhus, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö which are available ... [+]

Ceva to integrate Bolloré services

Ceva Logistics has created a new vertical organization by integrating core Bolloré Logistics services following the acquisition of the latter company by its parent, CMA CGM Group in February. CEVA Logistics and Bolloré Logistics will offer a unified brand—CEVA Logistics. The company expects to complete its ... [+]

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