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India needs more trade relations

India is seeking superior logistics linkage with nations all over the world, Minister of Commerce and Industry Suresh Prabhu said on Tuesday (Nov. 27). Launching...

Port of Buenos Aires seeks logistics innovations

Representing the Ministry of Transportation, the General Administration of Ports SE - Puerto Buenos Aires participated in various meetings with the Ministry of Production,...

Uncertainty is engulfing the market

New approach to supply chain partnerships required to address the issue of unpredictability Successful logistics in an age of uncertainty and change Around the world, long-standing...

Tackling Brexit uncertainty & supply chain resilience

Shippers and logistics operators all over Europe and globally are spending time and money analysing the possible consequences of Brexit: congestion at ports, impact...

DP World, new logistics hub in Mali

Mali Logistics Hub to fuel trade in west Africa with simplified procedures and paperless transactions DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, July 25, 2018: Global trade enabler DP...

Training in logistics for Nigerians

The East Coast Maritime Academy (ECMA) will conduct week-long training for the second batch of delegates from Nigeria on operations and logistics at container...
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ZIM enjoys stronger Q1 results amid the global pandemic

Despite the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on the shipping industry, ZIM has achieved a significant improvement in its first-quarter performance, compared to the...

Beijing throws its weight behind VGM regulations

China’s Ministry of Transport has issued a directive that effective 1 June 2020, no overweight containers can be loaded on ships in the country’s...

Updated: Maersk to build methanol powered vessel

Maersk Line will build a container vessel powered on sustainable methanol as part of the proof of concept for the US$4.4 billion green fuels...

Costamare ship sale will herald new era in boxship demolition

A steep decline in demand as a consequence of the Covid-19 crisis and the faltering charter market has sparked an interest in the scrapping...