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CargoLogicAir Flies Aid To Caribbean

A Boeing 747-400 freighter operated by British cargo airline, CargoLogicAir, departed yesterday carrying 110 tonnes of relief goods on behalf of the UK Government to support the more than 1,000 British troops and Government support staff now helping to deal with the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean. The

Swissterminal AG increases capacity in greater Zurich

Swissterminal AG has decided to resume operations at the container terminal Niederglatt, located in the municipal district of Niederhasli close to Zurich, with effect from 1.11.2017. The move is in line with an increased customer demand for rail freight solutions in one of the most important markets in Switzerland.  From 2012, Swissterminal has

SAL Offshore Is Closing Down

Shipping and project cargo firm SAL Heavy Lift has announced the closure of its SAL Offshore business unit, citing challenging market conditions. The firm will close the division’s office in Delft in the Netherlands but continue to offer offshore installation services “based on scope and opportunity” via its DP2 vessel MV

Antonov Delivers Guadeloupe Generators

Heavy-cargo aviation firm Antonov Airlines has delivered a cargo of generators from France to the Caribbean as part of recovery in the wake of recent hurricanes. The consignment comprised 32 portable generators for EDF Group that weighed a total of 105 tonnes. They were flown aboard an AN-124-100 aircraft from Châteauroux,

Shippers: Services Lag ASEAN’s Growth

Despite significant growth among Association of Southeast Asian Nations countries, the ASEAN region still faces significant challenges in securing and maintaining services for its manufacturers and engineering, procurement and construction service companies. While the ASEAN region is a comparatively burgeoning region for the project industry, compared to the overall global downturn,