Logistics


  • Wärtsilä chooses CEVA Logistics

    Wärtsilä, a leader in diesel and natural gas engines, biopower solutions and complete propulsion systems and CEVA Logistics, one of the leading supply chain companies in the world, have signed a cooperation agreement for the 24/7 global spare parts...... Read More
  • CEVA opens new Hong Kong freight hub

    Aiming to double its growth rate by 2010, Ceva Logistics has opened a new freight hub in Hong Kong.... Read More
  • Kuehne + Nagel International

    Reinhard Lange, who was appointed successor to current Kuehne + Nagel International AG CEO Klaus Herms in September 2007, will take up his new position on 1 January 2009, the Swiss global forwarding and logistics group announced recently. “The...... Read More
  • FAPAA

    The Federation of Asia-Pacifi c Aircargo Associations comprises 17 organisations: Hongkong Association of Freight Forwarding and Logistics, Japan Aircargo Forwarders Association, Korea International Freight Forwarders Association, Aircargo Forwarders of the Philippines Inc, Taiwan Airfreight Forwarders Association, Singapore Aircargo Agents...... Read More
  • Trans Global Logistics

    Trans Global Logistics, a Hong Kong-based logistics company, has named Ahmad Raza director and general manager of TGL Pakistan and moved the country’s headquarters from Karachi to Lahore. Raza, who was manager of the company’s operations in Pakistan, succeeds...... Read More
  • Express business in the Philippines eyes 7-8-9 growth

    The air express and logistics business has never been more robust and DHL Express in the Philippines is seeing more new clients and a wider variety of industries that are interested to avail of its express and logistics services,...... Read More
  • Air Canada

    Air Canada will end its daily B767service to India this coming spring dueto insufficient demand. The airline willdiscontinue all direct flights betweenToronto and New Delhi on May 1.Separately, the carrier said that it willintroduce daily non-stop B777 servicebetween Vancouver...... Read More
  • HONG KONG: Hactl sets new tonnage record in 2006

    Hong Kong Air Cargo TerminalsLimited (Hactl) said tonnage handledin the fourth quarter was 717,361tonnes, representing a year-on-yearincrease of 6.0 percent. Total volumehandled for the whole year of 2006topped the 2.5 million mark – a total of2,561,902 tonnes were handled...... Read More