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  • 01 Apr 2007

    Airport rent affects Canada’s airports

    The Canadian Airports Council(CAC) has expressed disappointmentthat the Canadian government’s secondfederal budget has failed to address theissue of airport rent. "The rent omission represents aforgotten election campaign questionnairepledge from the Conservativesto lower the fee and tax burden onCanada’s aviation...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    Emirates Post buys freighters

    Abdulla Al Daboos, director generalof Emirates Post, has announced thatthe postal organisation has purchasedtwo freighters, which are likely to startoperating this month. Al Daboos didnot specify what type of freighters hadbeen acquired. Speaking at the Mail & Expressconference &...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    Pos Indonesia, Korea Post ink deal

    State-owned postal service company,PT Pos Indonesia has recently inked adeal with Korea’s postal service agency,Korea Post, particularly to support acorporate restructuring programmeand the development of an informationtechnology system. CEO of PT Pos Indonesia, HanaSuryana said the co-operation is part...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    France continues La Poste monopoly

    Proposals by the European Commissionto open postal markets to unrestrictedcompetition, will force E.U.nations to withdraw state support fornational postal services, the Wall StreetJournal reported. .Proposals put forward by the commissionwould have forced France tounwind its unlimited guarantee for allliabilities...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    Norway Post to buy Transflex

    Norway Post said it has enteredinto a contract to buy all the sharesin Transflex, a Swedish transport andlogistics group. Transflex was established in 1998and has operations in Halmstad,Gothenburg, Stockholm, Jönköpingand Linköping. It has 75 employeesand achieved revenue of SEK...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    IATA to standardise with post

    IATA has signed an MOU with theUN Universal Postal Union to facilitategreater co-operation between theairlines and postal services to furtherstandardise practices and electronicdata interchange message standards.UPU director general Edouard Dayantold the IATA World Cargo Symposiumin Mexico that interconnectingthe airline...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    TNT Post partners with BRC

    TNT Post has signed a partnershipwith the British Retail Consortium(BRC)to offer the latter’s members "a range of innovative postal solutions services." BRC members will be able to take advantageof TNT Post’s Premier Service,a two-day time definite service for presortedmail...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    Empost opens service department

    Empost has expanded its wide rangeof value-added services by opening theCargo and Logistics Removals Departmentthat will specialise in movinghouseholds, office relocations, transportingexhibition equipment andhandling of personal effects. "The setting up of the Cargo and LogisticsRemovals department is in keepingwith...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    Pitney Bowes names new CEO

    Pitney Bowes Inc., the largest makerof mail-handling machines, has namedMurray Martin as chief executive officer,succeeding Michael Critelli, whowill assume the newly created positionof executive chairman, Reutersreported. Martin, Pitney Bowes’ presidentand chief operating officer, willbecome president and CEO effectiveMay 14....... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    Challenging’ outsourcing trend to continue

    As more and more companies are outsourcing their non-core competencies, the need for transportation providers is increasing. Edu Lopez in conversation with Vincente... Read More