Freight Forwarders


  • Toll completes BALtrans integration

    Toll Global Forwarding (TGF) has completed the integration of BALtrans Logistics Worldwide and will use the new Asian forwarding and logistics operations as a platform to strengthen the TGF network in the Middle East, South Africa, Europe and North...... Read More
  • Schenker/BAX integration in US complete

    DB Schenker is the new brand name for the integrated company in the USA After two years of planning, Schenker Inc. and BAX Global operations in the US have been fully integrated and doing business under the brand name,...... Read More
  • Cargo exec says industry kidding itself

    Air cargo management must “strip the veils of illusion from their eyes” in combating the worst recession since the industry began 60 years ago, according to industry stalwart Julian Keeling. Keeling said these illusions included the near obsession with...... Read More
  • Toll completes BALtrans integration

    Australian international logistics group Toll has announced it has completed the integration of BALtrans, the Hong Kong-based worldwide forwarder/logistics provider it acquired in early 2008. Toll, now one of Asia’s leading providers of integrated logistics services, said that with...... Read More
  • Global cargo cartel fallout lands in Japan

    Japan’s Fair Trade Commission has notified more than 10 companies that they will be fined about ¥10 billion (US$103.2 million) for operating a cartel on international air cargo services. The FTC believes that the companies, including major distribution and...... Read More
  • Thai aircargo plummets 50% in Jan

    Air cargo volumes in Thailand slumped by almost 50 per cent in January as the global financial crisis continued to hurt exports. Total outbound cargo in the final three months of 2008 fell to 107,249 tonnes, compared with 140,074...... Read More
  • Kintetsu profit declines

    Kintetsu World Express, Japan’s second-largest international forwarder, said it suffered a drop in profit on a consolidated basis between April and December from a year earlier despite revenue growth. Group operating revenue during the first three quarters of fiscal...... Read More
  • Thai aircargo plummets 50% in Jan

    Air cargo volumes in Thailand slumped by almost 50 per cent in January as the global financial crisis continued to hurt exports. Total outbound cargo in the final three months of 2008 fell to 107,249 tonnes, compared with 140,074...... Read More
  • DHL forecasts 20% cargo drop, 1st improvement 2010

    The head of DHL Global Forwarding (DHL GF), the world’s largest forwarder, said the company expects shipping volume – both air and ocean shipments – around the world to decline 20 per cent in the first half of 2009...... Read More
  • China air traffic growth slows to single digits

    China’s air travel growth fell into single digits, the first time in five years, as a slowing economy hit air travel demand, according to official data. Chinese carriers handled 4.03 million tonnes of cargo last year, up 0.3 per...... Read More