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Single business unit in Samskip Logistics launch
May 28, 2015: Organisational changes to simplify and streamline operations at Samskip first announced in May 2014 have borne fruit with the formal launch of Samskip Logistics.
APL Logistics opens Jakarta container freight station to meet demand
SINGAPORE's APL Logistics has announced the opening of a new container freight station (CFS) at the Tungya Collins Terminal in Cakung, North Jakarta.
Korea's international railway and logistics fair June 10-13 in Busan
The seventh edition of the Korea Railways and Logistics Fair, also known as RailLog Korea 2015, will take place between June 10 and 13 at the Busan Exhibition & Convention Centre - BEXCO, Busan, South Korea.
Canadian National to Begin Service on Kelowna Pacific Railway’s Lines
Canadian National aims to start freight service on about 75 percent of the rail network operated by the bankrupt short line Kelowna Pacific Railway in southern British Columbia.
Netherlands-Germany Rail Project Approved
The German government has signed a financial deal for the construction of a third rail line between Emmerich and Oberhausen in the nation’s North Rhine-Westphalia state.
UPS Expands LCL Ocean Freight Throughout Asia
UPS is expanding its Preferred LCL Ocean Freight Service to 10 additional Asian ports, thus taking on a bigger role as NVO.
China Proposes Colombia Rail Link to Rival Panama Canal
China is in negotiations over the construction of a rail link across Colombia to rival the Panama Canal. The 137 mile "dry canal,” linking Colombia's Atlantic and Pacific coasts, would make it easier for China to export goods across Latin America and import raw materials such as coal. "It's a real proposal … and it is quite advanced," Juan Manuel Santos, Colombia's president told the Financial Times.
DHL starts Mumbai/Durban LCL service
DHL said it is starting a direct less-than-containerload service from Nhava Sheva, Mumbai, in India to Durban, South Africa.
CEVA expands in West Africa and Central Asia
In response to its growing customer base in the energy sector, CEVA Logistics will further expand into West Africa and Central Asia, areas that will be managed under CEVA's Southern Europe, Middle East & Africa (SEMEA) region.
Rail competition will hit Chinese airlines
China's aviation industry will lose around US$1.5 billion in revenue in 2012 as a result of competition from the high-speed train network, believes Daiwa Capital Markets.
DB Schenker’s new rail service links Oslo and Narvik
DB Schenker has launched a new rail service connecting the Norwegian capital of Oslo to the Arctic Circle town of Narvik.
DHL launches another direct LCL service from China to the US
DHL has launched a direct LCL service from Shanghai to Atlanta, enhancing its connectivity between China and the US with the new weekly service that reduces transit times by at least seven days.
APL Logistics launches containerised cross-border trucking between Cambodia and Vietnam
APL Logistics has introduced a new containerised cross-border trucking service from Phnom Penh in Cambodia to Cai Mep port in Vietnam.
DHL expands North Africa road freight network
Following the successful launch of the DHL Euroconnect product to and from Morocco in April, DHL Freight now offers groupage services to and from Tunisia.
Rail link opens in Cambodia
Toll Royal Railway, the company that won the contract to operate the Cambodia railway system, said the line between Phnom Penh and Touk Meas has officially opened.
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