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  • 01 Feb 2007

    CEVA awarded contract with GM

    CEVA Logistics has expanded its activitieswith General Motors outside theUS with a new contract with GeneralMotors (Thailand). This is the first logistics contractbetween CEVA and GM in Thailand. ‘General Motors is the biggest automotivecompany in the world, and theiroperation...... Read More
  • 01 Feb 2007

    Kerry, Citic in Macau logistics project

    Kerry Logistics and Citic Pacific’strading arm Dah Chong Hong havebeen invited by the Macau governmentto participate in the building andoperating of the former Portugueseenclave’s largest logistics centre, accordingto a South China Morning Postreport. The report cited an unnamed sourceas...... Read More
  • 01 Feb 2007

    Aramex opens Toronto office

    Leading logistics and transportationprovider, Aramex has boosted its operationsin Canada with the opening ofan office in the country’s business andcommercial heartland, Toronto. Situated on the city’s internationalairport, the Toronto operation will beoffering a full range of air and oceanservices....... Read More
  • 01 Feb 2007

    SPI acquires customs agency

    Swiss Post International (SPI) hastaken over Basel-based customs agency,FM Verzollungs AG. The company already works for SwissPost GLS and handles import and exportcustoms clearance on its behalf. SPI said in a statement that the acquisitionwill strengthen its positionas a...... Read More
  • 01 Feb 2007

    Forwarders complain about security costs

    Freight forwarders and logisticscompanies in the United Arab Emiratesare fretting over high costs of installingmandatory security equipment anddeclining profit margins due to escalatingexpenses. Governments across theworld are introducing new securityregulations to make movement of seaand air cargo safer. Airlines,...... Read More
  • 01 Feb 2007

    DHL bags Saudi Aramco’s contract

    DHL Supply Chain, the logisticsspecialist at Deutsche Post World Net,has concluded a 10-year multi-milliondollarcontract with the world’s numberone crude oil producer, Saudi Aramco.DHL has been contracted to developthe oil giant’s national logistics infrastructure.This includes the provision,management and operation of...... Read More
  • 01 Feb 2007

    IJS Global enters UK logistics market

    IJS Global Inc., the fast-growingmulti-modal freight forwarder, customsbroker and non-vessel operating commoncarrier, has entered the importantUK freight & logistics market byacquiring majority ownership in London-headquartered Lupprians CargoExpress Limited, one of the country’sleading freight forwarding and logisticscompanies. Terms of the...... Read More
  • 01 Feb 2007

    Schenker-Seino, BAX Global merge in Japan

    Schenker-Seino Co. and BAX GlobalJapan K.K. said they have completedthe merger between the two organisations.The combined company operatesunder the name Schenker-Seino Co.,Ltd, which will have about 460 employeesat 23 locations throughout Japan. Both companies have been active inthe Japanese...... Read More
  • 01 Feb 2007

    EGL’s CEO bids to acquire the company

    EGL’s largest shareholder, the company’sfounder and chief executiveofficer James Crane, along with privateequity company, General Atlantic, havesubmitted a proposal to acquire all ofthe outstanding equity interests of EGLfor $36 per share in cash. Crane is Houston-based EGL’sbiggest shareholder, with...... Read More
  • 01 Feb 2007

    DFW’s focus on Asia is paying off

    With seven Asian airlines currently running 39 flights a week to and from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, plus increased interest from carriers in using DFW as a transfer hub for cargo between Latin America and Asia, DFW has become...... Read More