Freight Forwarders


  • Toll opens new logistics centre

    Australia-based Toll Group has offi cially opened its new Logistics Optimisation Centre (LOC) in the northern Melbourne suburb of Campbellfi eld, to support its automotive customers in Australia. The 17,500 m2 centre is focused on providing a wide range...... Read More
  • GAC boosts South African network

    GAC Group has established a 50:50 joint venture with independent South African logistics group, Laser Logistics. The joint venture company – GAC Laser International Logistics – combines GAC’s existing local infrastructure and resources with Laser Logistics’ seventy years of...... Read More
  • SMEs want improved logistics in China

    Over 70 percent of Chinese small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) leaders in China responded in a survey that there should be improvements including, among others, transportation infrastructure and adoption of technology in China, according to fi ndings of the...... Read More
  • INFA pleased with withholding tax exemption

    After heightened resistance from service providing associations, including freight forwarders and courier companies, the Indonesian directorate of excise has abolished the regulation 178/2006, which the companies said was business-unfriendly. Chairman of INFA for Soekarno Hatta International Airport, Arman Yahya...... Read More
  • HACTL boosts operational efficiency

    Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (HACTL) said it has implemented a new phase of its Vehicle Information System by providing added functions to the existing system to enhance in-terminal handling effi ciency, heighten terminal security and add convenience...... Read More
  • Anchorage readies cargo expansion

    The oft-delayed, US$55 million aircargo expansion plan at Anchorage’s international airport is about to start. The project involves building a service ramp with spaces for seven aircraft and a 29,000-square-foot building to house de-icing rigs, cargo-loading and hauling gear,...... Read More
  • AFA2007 Conference attracts key executives from the industry

    The Air Freight Asia 2007 Conference, which will take place in the AsiaWorld-Expo venue where Asian Aerospace and the Air Freight Asia Exhibition will be held, already has attracted several senior executives who have confi rmed their attendance as...... Read More
  • Supplement: World Air Cargo Airports

    World Air Cargo Airports Supplement... Read More
  • Survey predicts China will surpass US

    A key segment of Asia’s business leaders believes their region’s economy will continue to enjoy strong growth in 2007, but many are more excited about the growth of India than they are China, a new survey shows. The survey...... Read More
  • Fraport takes stake in NW China airport

    Germany’s Fraport, the operator of Frankfurt Airport, as become one of the sareholders of Xianyang nternational Airport in Nothwest China’s Shaanxi Province by obtaining a 24.5 percent stake, state media reported. Under an agreement signed last month, Fraport will...... Read More