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  • Rhinos return to Rwanda

    AKAGERA, Rwanda: May 25, 2017. Ten years after the Eastern black rhino disappeared from Rwanda following decades of poaching, 19 animals have now taken up residence in the country's Akagera National Park courtesy of Etihad Cargo and livestock charter specialist Intradco. On behalf of African Parks, a non-profit conservation manager for African several governments, Intradco chartered two Etihad B777 freighters to carry the critical endangered animals from Johannesburg to Kigali where they were transferred to trucks for a five-hour road trip to their new home. Intradco said it spent a year planning the logistics of the move with Etihad, African Read More
  • Port Everglades gets expansion go-ahead

    PORT EVERGLADES, FL: May 24, 2017. Port Everglades is to invest US$437.5 million to add new berths for larger cargo vessels and install crane rail infrastructure for new Super Post-Panamax cranes. According to the port management, the expansion project is the most expensive capital improvement in Port Everglades' history and is designed to meet current and future demand for terminal space at Florida's leading port for containerized traffic. The two-part project includes lengthening the existing deepwater turn-around area from 900 feet to 2,400 feet, which will allow for up to five new cargo berths; and extending the existing gantry crane Read More
  • Freightweek news May 22-26 2017

    AKAGERA, Rwanda: May 25, 2017. Ten years after the black rhino disappeared from Rwanda following decades of poaching, 19 animals have now taken up residence in the country's Akagera National Park courtesy of Etihad Cargo and livestock charter specialist Intradco. Read more: African Parks COWLEY, UK: May 25, 2017. Allport Cargo Services is to acquire 100 percent of ECT, a long-term forwarding partner in France and member of the Far East Cargo Line. Read more: Allport_ECT.pdf MUNICH: May 25, 2017. AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) has delivered the eROSITA X-ray telescope from Germany to Russia in preparation for its launch onboard the 'SRG' spacecraft Read More
  • Beating Brexit with zero Customs duty?

    LONDON: May 26, 2017. 'Zero hero' products that attract no Customs could be an invaluable niche in a post-Hard Brexit. David Jinks head of Consumer Research at online international parcel brokers ParcelHero, says in such a world shippers have an obligation to find the best EU duty opportunities: With the threat of a hard Brexit on the mind of many companies doing business with Europe – not to mention their transport partners – there's a mysterious group of products that look a good bet come what may. A disparate bunch of products attract absolutely no duties when imported into the EU. And Read More
  • DHL adds rail link between Shenzhen and Belarus

    SHENZHEN: May 22, 2017. DHL Global Forwarding has launched the first regular LCL and FCL rail service that connects Shenzhen to Minsk in Belarus in less than 12 days. DHL will manage the new route with China Brilliant, a Shenzhen-based supply chain service provider of Customs clearance, warehousing, distribution, financial settlement and information management. "Eastern Europe's economies are growing faster than almost any others worldwide, with significant export opportunities arising from the region's rising wages and disposable income levels," said Steve Huang, DHL Global Forwarding CEO for Greater China (pictured). "Minsk offers Chinese businesses an efficient gateway into the Baltic Read More
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rhinos-return-to-rwandaAKAGERA, Rwanda: May 25, 2017. Ten years after the Eastern black rhino disappeared from Rwanda following decades of poaching, 19 animals have now taken up...
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port-everglades-gets-expansion-go-aheadPORT EVERGLADES, FL: May 24, 2017. Port Everglades is to invest US$437.5 million to add new berths for larger cargo vessels and install crane rail...
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dhl-adds-rail-link-between-shenzhen-and-belarusSHENZHEN: May 22, 2017. DHL Global Forwarding has launched the first regular LCL and FCL rail service that connects Shenzhen to Minsk in Belarus in less...
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