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DP World Australia enters new 50-year lease agreement with Port of Melbourne Dubai-based stevedoring company DP World’s Australian unit has signed a new 50-year lease agreement with the Port of Melbourne wherein the company’s rent will increase to between A$25 to A$29 per square metre for the West Swanson Terminal. Transport Infrastructure > News
Delta Airlines bans transport of animal hunting trophies By LBR Staff Writer
Following the outrage on the killing of a popular lion Cecil in Zimbabwe, Delta Airlines became the latest airline company to ban the transport of hunting trophies.
Freight > Air > News DP World Australia enters new 50-year lease agreement with Port of Melbourne By LBR Staff Writer
Dubai-based stevedoring company DP World’s Australian unit has signed a new 50-year lease agreement with the Port of Melbourne wherein the company’s rent will increase to between A$25 to A$29 per square metre for the West Swanson Terminal.
Transport Infrastructure > News Century Logistics in tie-up talks with companies from Japan and South Korea By LBR Staff Writer
Malaysia-based Century Logistics Holdings might soon tie up with companies from Japan and South Korea to provide them access to the Malaysian market.
Supply Chain > News
Cryoport to deliver cryogenic logistics solutions to HemaCare US based specialised transportation firm Cryoport will has signed a deal with biological material provider HemaCare for delivering cryogenic logistics solutions to the firm.
Freight > Rail & Road > News EU to investigate FedEx’s €4.4bn acquisition of TNT Express By LBR Staff Writer
The European Union (EU) will be investigating FedEx’s €4.4bn ($4.8bn) deal to acquire the Netherlands-based rival company TNT Express.
Services > Express, Parcel & Postal > News UPS to acquire Coyote Logistics for $1.8bn By LBR Staff Writer
United Parcel Services (UPS) will acquire truckload freight brokerage company Coyote Logistics for $1.8bn after successful conclusion of talks that began last month.
Freight > Rail & Road > News

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Freight

Delta Airlines bans transport of animal hunting trophies
By LBR Staff Writer
Following the outrage on the killing of a popular lion Cecil in Zimbabwe, Delta Airlines became the latest airline company to ban the transport of hunting trophies.
Freight > Air > News
Cryoport to deliver cryogenic logistics solutions to HemaCare
US based specialised transportation firm Cryoport will has signed a deal with biological material provider HemaCare for delivering cryogenic logistics solutions to the firm.
Freight > Rail & Road > News

Services

EU to investigate FedEx’s €4.4bn acquisition of TNT Express
By LBR Staff Writer
The European Union (EU) will be investigating FedEx’s €4.4bn ($4.8bn) deal to acquire the Netherlands-based rival company TNT Express.
Services > Express, Parcel & Postal > News
Royal Mail introduces multi-label postage and printing services
By LBR Staff Writer
Royal Mail’s online postage and labelling service Click and Drop has launched multi-label postage and printing and international delivery services in more than 200 countries to enhance its operations.
Services > Express, Parcel & Postal > News

Transport Infrastructure

EU to investigate FedEx’s €4.4bn acquisition of TNT Express
By LBR Staff Writer
The European Union (EU) will be investigating FedEx’s €4.4bn ($4.8bn) deal to acquire the Netherlands-based rival company TNT Express.
Services > Express, Parcel & Postal > News
Royal Mail introduces multi-label postage and printing services
By LBR Staff Writer
Royal Mail’s online postage and labelling service Click and Drop has launched multi-label postage and printing and international delivery services in more than 200 countries to enhance its operations.
Services > Express, Parcel & Postal > News

Supply Chain

Century Logistics in tie-up talks with companies from Japan and South Korea
By LBR Staff Writer
Malaysia-based Century Logistics Holdings might soon tie up with companies from Japan and South Korea to provide them access to the Malaysian market.
Supply Chain > News
Cargo facility starts operation at John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport
By LBR Staff Writer
A new cargo facility has been opened at the John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport in Canada.
Supply Chain > News

Logistics Technology

Bibby Distribution LPG vehicles cut cost and carbon for Unipart Rail
Bibby Distribution has converted five MAN tractor units to dual fuel LPG for Unipart Rail, which will save up to £200,000 of fuel and cut CO ₂ emissions by 10 per cent over the next five years.
Sustainability > News
Volkswagen Group joins Clean Shipping Network
By LBR Staff Writer
German automaker Volkswagen Group has joined the association of cargo owners, Clean Shipping Network.
Sustainability > News

Sustainability

DP World Australia enters new 50-year lease agreement with Port of Melbourne
By LBR Staff Writer
Dubai-based stevedoring company DP World’s Australian unit has signed a new 50-year lease agreement with the Port of Melbourne wherein the company’s rent will increase to between A$25 to A$29 per square metre for the West Swanson Terminal.
Transport Infrastructure > News
DP World investing $1.6bn on upgrade of Dubai port
By LBR Staff Writer
Dubai-based port operator DP World has announced that it is building a new container terminal worth $1.6bn in Dubai to accommodate the growing demand for more capacity and bigger vessels.
Transport Infrastructure > News




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