NEWS

NEWS

  • Formag Kiev have won a tender for a forwarding services for Vodafone Ukraine

    Yesterday a telecommunication company Vodafone Ukraine have announced a tender results for a forwarding services.

    Our Kyiv office will provide Vodafone with an air, sea and truck services

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  • Hapag-Lloyd and UASC Merger

    On Wednesday 24 of May, Hapag-Lloyd completed its long-awaited merger with UASC and turned its attention to integrating the world's twelfth-largest container line into its business. The combined entity will control more than seven percent of the world's capacity by TEU and will operate a fleet of 230 vessels with a combined capacity of around 1.6 million TEU and annual traffic in excess of 10 million TEU.

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  • DHL adds another China-Europe rail link

    DHL Global Forwarding is continuing to expand its rail services between China and Europe with a new connection to Belarus.

    The forwarding giant today launched the first regular rail connection between Shenzhen and Minsk.

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  • Hapag-Lloyd becomes latest carrier to bring in container booking cancellation fee

    Hapag-Lloyd has become the latest container shipping line to introduce a cancellation/no-show fee, as carriers appear increasingly intent on penalising shippers and forwarders that book slots on services but don’t arrive with the cargo on time.

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  • UPS joins SF Holdings to energize China-U.S. cross-border e-commerce

    UPS and Chinese transport and logistics company SF Holdings announced plans to establish international delivery services, starting with deliveries from China to the United States, with plans to add more countries in the future. The joint-venture deal clears a path for cross-border e-commerce sellers in China looking to access the U.S. market, providing service between the world’s two largest economies.

     

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  • Airports around the world register strong first-quarter volumes

    More evidence is in that air freight demand has turned the corner, and the question now is how long the demand will last. That’s one possible conclusion to be drawn from the latest report from Airports Council International (ACI), the trade association of the world’s airports, which registered freight volumes rising by 8.3 percent, year-over-year in the first quarter of 2017 and 10.9 percent for the month of March.

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