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The next delivery of infant formula to Pennsylvania, Biden announced

WASHINGTON, DC (WTAJ) — Another infant formula shipment is expected to leave Europe and is destined to reach Pennsylvania in the coming days, according to President Biden. After 78,000 pounds of formula landed in Indianapolis, the president caught on Twitter to announce that the next delivery was in preparation. “I …

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First shipment of infant formula arrives in US from Europe

A military cargo plane carrying the first shipment of infant formula from Europe to help tackle a critical shortage in the United States landed in Indianapolis on Sunday, and the White House said a second flight had been made. organized. A recall on February 17 by the largest baby formula …

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EIB and Lithuania sign advisory services agreement to support green inland freight navigation

The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Lithuanian Inland Waterways Authority have signed a consultancy services agreement to support the construction of zero-emission electric transport vessels to initiate freight transport between the two major cities of Klaipėda and Kaunas. At the end of 2021, an ambitious project to introduce an …

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First air cargo of durian lands at Nanning airport

The first batch of durians exported by air from Thailand have arrived at Nanning Wuxu International Airport in Guangxi, China, following an effort to boost air trade between the two countries. The fruit arrived at the airport on a Tianjin Air Cargo flight, which landed about two hours after taking …

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Polskie Grnictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo SA: First shipment of liquefied natural gas delivered by tanker chartered by PGNiG

The tanker “Maran Gas Apollonia” with a cargo of more than 65,000 tons of liquefied natural gas has arrived at the LNG terminal president Lech Kaczyński in Świnoujście. This is the first delivery made on a vessel chartered by the PGNiG group. This is also the first shipment that PGNiG …

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Flytrex and Jersey Mike’s Ink new drone delivery partnership

Jersey Mike’s takes its motto literally. The sandwich chain, which markets itself as ‘A Sub Above,’ announced Thursday a partnership with Israeli drone delivery provider Flytrex to deliver subs across the sky to customers in Holly Springs, Carolina North. Customers will be able to have Jersey Mike orders sent directly …

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Artificial cell membrane channels composed of

image: The graphic shows the bilayer structure of a living cell membrane, composed of phospholipids. A phospholipid consists of a hydrophilic or water loving head and a hydrophobic or water fearing tail. The hydrophobic tails are sandwiched between two layers of hydrophilic heads. In the center, a channel is represented, …

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Decklar Resources Inc. begins shipping crude oil to

Decklar and its joint venturer began loading crude oil into Oza oilfield trucks from storage tanks for delivery to Umugini Pipeline Infrastructure Limited (“UPIL”) crude handling facilities for onward transfer to the Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (“SPDC” Joint Venture Forcados Oil Export Terminal via the Umugini Pipeline. …

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A retired Canadian Forces reservist delivers vital medical supplies to Ukrainian soldiers

A Canadian veteran in kyiv teams up with a US tactical equipment supplier to deliver critical medical supplies to treat injured Ukrainian soldiers in the field. Retired Canadian Armed Forces reservist Kevin Leach said he was tempted to join Ukraine’s fight against Russian forces as a foreign fighter. He said …

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Ford fast-tracks freight to ease supplier disruption in China

Diving brief: Ford is leveraging expedited shipping lanes to speed up supply and mitigate COVID-19 disruptions in China, Chairman and CEO Jim Farley said during the automaker’s first-quarter earnings call automobile. The company provided fast ocean shipments as well as “airlift capability to protect our suppliers,” Hau Thai-Tang, industrial platform …

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Jacques and Olivier Barreau develop the Grain de Sail freighter

A pair of eco-warrior French twins have built a transatlantic cargo sailboat – and are set to dock in Brooklyn next week with a smorgasbord of wine and chocolate. From a distance, the “Grain de Sail” – which is 80ft long, low-slung, with two towering masts – looks fit to …

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Lenovo leads global PC shipments with 23.1% market share

Computer hardware maker Lenovo leads the global PC market, according to a report by Counter Research Global PC tracker. In the first quarter of 2022, the company shipped 18.2 million units, down 9.5% from 2021, but still retained the lead with a 23.1% market share. While most manufacturers have faced …

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The Queen of Spain offers a shipment of pomegranates to Ukraine and adds a message of victory

The Queen of Spain put traditional sausages and a postcard wishing Ukraine’s victory over Russia in a shipment of pomegranates from her country. The gift was sent to Ukraine to boost its army’s combat power against a numerically superior enemy. Ukraine has just received a massive arms shipment from Spain. …

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Last mile delivery service AxleHire announces East Coast expansion

After an initial expansion to the East Coast in 2021, AxleHire is now going further, offering its last mile delivery services to customers in Washington and Baltimore. The company made the announcement on Thursday. The new cities join Newark, New Jersey, Philadelphia and New York, giving AxleHire a presence in …

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Despite rising risks, shipping companies are on track for another record year

The year is nearly a third over, and with each passing month, shipping companies seem more likely to pocket even more money in 2022 than they did in record 2021. New data and commentary released Tuesday by shipping company Maersk, freight forwarder Kuehne + Nagel and consulting firm Drewry underscores …

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Shipment Tracking Software Market Size 2022-2029 | Key Players – ShipStation, Freightview, WiseTech Global, Buyco – Ripon College Days

New Jersey, United States,- The research study presented here is a highly detailed and meticulous depiction of nearly all major aspects of the global Shipment Tracking Software market. It digs deeper into market dynamics including growth drivers, challenges, restraints, trends, and opportunities. Market players can use research studies to strengthen …

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Freight Transportation Market Size, Scope and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – the Sea freight market is the ultimate tool to help industries, businesses and organizations make informed decisions for their business growth. With the help of the market tactics and strategies discussed here, it becomes easy for the trading players to maintain their position in the …

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SAFEEN Feeders signs new agreement with Saif Powertec for freight services

AD Ports Group has announced that its feeder service, SAFEEN Feeders, has signed a long-term trade facilitation and shipping agreement with Saif Powertec Ltd, a Bangladesh-listed company active in the sectors of ports, logistics, civil engineering and energy. Under the terms of the agreement, the two companies will work closely …

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Kia and Coupang will develop an electric truck by 2025

Kia and Coupang sign an agreement to jointly develop an electric truck. (Kia) South Korean automaker Kia and last-mile delivery service company Coupang announced on Friday that they signed an agreement on Wednesday to develop all-electric vehicles for cargo delivery. The two companies plan to launch mid-size and large electric …

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Fertilizer company complains about railroad shipping limits

A major fertilizer company says Union Pacific limits on rail traffic to clear traffic jams will delay shipments farmers need during the spring planting season. CF Industries said Thursday that the railroad had ordered it to cut shipments by nearly 20%. Union Pacific said it was limiting rail traffic and …

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Freight railways working to resolve service issues, delays

OMAHA, Neb. – Some grain elevators are so full that farmers trying to sell their crops are turned away. But at the same time, flour mills and feed mills stop production because they can’t get the grain they need. The problem? Lack of trains to move grain. Federal regulators are …

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Covid cases plummet as first delivery of Pfizer’s antiviral treatment reaches Irish shores

Covid-19 cases are falling but the level of infection still remains high as the Easter holiday weekend and the prospect of more socializing approaches, it emerged yesterday, The Health Protection Monitoring Center said last week there had been a 34.9% drop in positive PCR tests. The highest percentage of cases …

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Latest Industry Trends, Growth, Share, Size & Forecast Research Report with Key Region & Country Data – Bloomingprairieonline

Global “Sea freight marketThe report (2022-2028) provides a detailed analysis of global demand size, native and domestic position demand size, segmentation demand growth, demand share, competitive landscape, from deal analysis, domestic and global demand impact Key Players, Value Chain Optimization, Trade Regulations, Recent Developments, Openings Analysis, Strategic Demand Growth Analysis, …

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Freight Assist Australia takes delivery of Vawdrey B-doubles

Vawdrey Super B-double. Bulk transport and logistics provider, Freight Assist Australia, continues to invest in high-productivity vehicles from Vawdrey Australia. Several sets of Vawdrey B-double suits are coming out of production and are expected to enter service soon. “They look absolutely amazing and are a much anticipated and welcome addition …

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Global Transportation Services Market Report 2022

New York, April 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the “Transport Services Global Market Report 2022” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06250337/?utm_source=GNW P. Moller-Maersk A/S, Indian Railways and Russian Railways JSC. The global transportation services market is expected to grow from $6,559.71 billion in 2021 to $7,210.41 billion in 2022 …

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DB Cargo UK takes delivery of two Hyster ReachStackers at its Grangemouth terminal

DB Cargo UK has received two new Hyster ReachStackers for lifting and handling containers and swap bodies from Briggs Equipment as part of an exciting new project in Grangemouth, Scotland. The company will save money on maintenance and repairs, and provide increased reliability to its customers, thanks to the ReachStacker’s …

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FedEx Express Announces Collaboration with Elroy Air, for Mid-Mile Autonomous Flight Operations

Taking steps to launch test flights focused on mid-mile delivery in 2023, FedEx Express, a subsidiary of global freight and logistics service provider FedEx, and San Francisco-based Elroy Air, a developer of autonomous aircraft systems and software focused on expanding the reach of global express transportation, said this week they …

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NYK welcomes new LNG-powered ro-ro vessel

The Japanese shipping company NYK has received Chief Plumeria, a new ro-ro ship that can run entirely on liquefied natural gas. Chief Plumeria will have the capacity to carry approximately 7,000 standard vehicle equivalent units per trip. The ship was built at Shin Kurushima Toyohashi Shipbuilding in Japan. NYK expects …

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Opel Rocks-e Kargo is a cute EV perfect for city deliveries

Opel is launching an additional member of its Sustainable Urban Mobility (SUM) vehicle family. Called Rocks-e Kargo, the small electric vehicle is designed to transport items in urban environments, perfect for emission-free last-mile deliveries. According to the classification of the European Union, the Rocks-e Kargo is a quadricycle rather than …

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IAEA ready to deploy “immediately” in Ukraine: Regulation and security

March 24, 2022 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi said “we cannot afford to waste any more time” in reaching an agreed framework to ensure the safety and nuclear security in Ukraine. The IAEA Director General’s call for rapid progress came in a video message (Image: …

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Leverage AI to work with cells

image: This is an image of the search process. to see Continued Credit: Vincent Lemaitre, Infinitesimal LLC One of the ultimate goals of medical science is to develop personalized diagnoses and treatments for disease. With a patient’s genetic information, doctors could tailor treatments to individuals, leading to safer and more …

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Ixaka Expands Intellectual Property Portfolio to Enable the Use of Targeted Nanoparticle-Based In Vivo Gene Delivery Technology with Any Cargo in Any Therapeutic Area | Nation/World

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 21, 2022– Ixaka Ltd, an integrated cell and gene therapy company, today announces the expansion of its IP portfolio to enable a broad range of applications for its polymer-targeted nanoparticle (TNP)-based gene delivery platform in multiple therapeutic areas. Extensive intellectual property enables development of therapies encapsulating any cargo, …

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Business News | Stock and Equity Market News | Financial News

Search mutual fund quotes, news, net asset values One 97 PayTM INE982J01020, PAYTM, 543396 Adani Wilmar INE699H01024, PUNCH, 543458 Tata Engines INE155A01022, TATA MOTORS, 500570 ICICI Bank INE090A01021, ICICIBANK, 532174 Addiction INE002A01018, TRUST, …

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Universal Hydrogen and H3 Dynamics Announce Hydrogen Aviation Partnership | Your money

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 15, 2022– “New industries are rarely created by one individual or company,” said Taras Wankewycz, Founder and CEO of H3 Dynamics. “They need coalitions and ultimately entire ecosystems.” Today, Universal Hydrogen Co. and H3 Dynamics announced a new partnership in hydrogen aviation. “At H3 Dynamics, we have …

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Lehigh Valley weather: Speeds, vehicles limited with heavy snowfall and gusty winds expected

Early morning rain turned to snow Saturday in the Lehigh Valley, with the National Weather Service predicting heavy snowfall from mid-morning to late afternoon across the region. Snowfall totals ranging from 5 to 8 inches are predicted for the Lehigh Valley, northwestern New Jersey, the Pocono Mountains and Berks County, …

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Port of Charleston had another record month for cargo

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (WCBD) – The South Carolina Ports Authority is reporting another record month for containers handled at the Port of Charleston. In February, SC Ports handled 230,420 twenty-foot equivalent containers at Wando Welch Terminal, North Charleston Terminal and Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal. This is 26% more than last …

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Tern announces a more affordable version of its popular electric cargo bike

Taiwanese e-bike company Tern has announced a more affordable version of its popular line of cargo bikes. The Tern Quick Haul is as slim and accessible as the company’s other bikes, but with a slightly reduced sticker price. For years, Tern’s GSD and HSD models have delighted customers looking for …

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Nippon Cargo Airlines extends suspension of European flights

Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA) has extended the suspension of its Asia-Europe flights for a few days as it continues to find routes that do not enter Russian airspace. The Narita-based cargo operator said the suspension of its European flights would continue until March 13 due to “the current situation in …

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How Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Threatens Western Arms Delivery

The last such message arrived on February 23, the day before the Russian invasion. There have been no known air deliveries since then. Ukraine’s airspace is now part of a war zone no Western nation wants to enter, even as the United States and its allies and partners pledge more …

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New pressure on Russia: three shipping companies will not sail there

CNN, CNNBUSINESS By Chris Liakos, CNN Business Two of the world’s largest container shipping companies are suspending freight bookings to and from Russia. “As the stability and security of our operations are already directly and indirectly affected by the sanctions, new Maersk bookings to and from Russia will be temporarily …

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How does the Russian-Ukrainian conflict affect Sino-European trade?

The Russian invasion of Ukraine raises logistical challenges between China and Europe. Global transport is already hampered by the Covid virus, and the #Russia-Ukraine conflict could worsen the situation. Rail freight transit, in addition to air and sea freight, is becoming an increasingly attractive mode of transport between China and …

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The European Commission has conditionally approved the project

CARGOTEC CORPORATION, INSIDE INFORMATION, FEBRUARY 24, 2022 AT 4:00 PM (EET) The European Commission has conditionally approved the proposed merger; completion remains subject to further government approvals The European Commission has conditionally approved the proposed merger between Cargotec and Konecranes. The approval – which follows an in-depth investigation by the …

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Arcimoto and Faction Unveil Next-Gen D1 Driverless Delivery Vehicle

Arcimoto The Faction D1 combines autonomy with remote human teleoperation, retaining the Deliverator’s capabilities of a top speed of 75 mph and a range of 102 miles while hauling up to 500 pounds of cargo. D1 faction The Faction D1 combines autonomy with remote human teleoperation, retaining the Deliverator’s capabilities …

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Delays at Mexico ports tighten supply for Gulf tankers, sharply boosting freight rates

Americas clean tanker freight rates have risen 27% to 80% since the start of February, depending on the route, due to low vessel availability on the U.S. Gulf Coast and exacerbated by port congestion in region and unloading delays on the east coast. Mexico. While the average wait time for …

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Zipline and Kisumu County Partner to Improve Medical Delivery Logistics in Western Kenya

Zipline has signed an agreement with Lake Region Economic Bloc (LREB) member Kisumu County to use Zipline’s state-of-the-art warehousing facility and self-driving aircraft technology to store and deliver COVID-19 vaccines, blood and other medical products in Kisumu County health facilities. The agreement provides for the establishment and operation of a …

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Singapore Airlines Cargo selects cargo.one to drive customer-centric digital sales

Singapore Airlines will use iCargo from IBS Software By LoadstarEditorial 02/17/2022 PRESS RELEASE Focus on Asia: Partnership with Singapore’s flag carrier will secure high-quality cargo capacity in Asia’s busiest hub Excellence in digitalization: the airline leverages cargo.one’s digital technology to ensure a flawless end-to-end booking experience for cargo customers Singapore …

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Over 27 Tons of Food and Medical Equipment Transported to Honduras by Charleston AF Reservists > Air Force Reserve Command > News Article

SOTO CANO AIR BASE, Honduras — As part of a weekend-long aircrew training mission in Central America, Air Force Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 315th Airlift Wing at Joint Base Charleston airlifted more than 54 000 pounds of food and medical equipment donated to the base here, February …

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Focus on the 2022 Nissan Titan

2022 marked the launch of the 2022 Nissan Titan, and enthusiasts and new fans alike are wondering what to expect from the new 2022 design. What is the current automotive climate? What kind of engine does it have? How much will the new Nissan Titan be sold for? From what …

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Headwinds and tailwinds in freight market dominance

While cargo demand is expected to continue strong in 2022 and beyond, the race for production freighters is intensifying. And for the first time, the American aircraft manufacturer Boeing is challenged by its European rival Airbus in the domination of the cargo market. And competition to win orders for new …

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The electric van war escalates

By Peter Valdes-Dapena, CNN Business Major automakers are releasing electric cars and SUVs that could one day threaten Tesla’s dominance in this space. But there’s a big fight brewing in another EV market where Tesla isn’t even playing. Electric work vans. Electric pickups present a big opportunity due to two …

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US LNG supplied to Ukraine

PGNiG purchased a shipment of US LNG to be delivered to the Ukrainian border for ERU Europe. This will be the second time US gas has been delivered to Ukraine through the cooperation of the two companies. The ship with US LNG will arrive at the President Lech Kaczynski LNG …

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Covid-19 cases among staff, CNY holiday leads to cargo stall at Changi Airport

SINGAPORE – A triple whammy of Covid-19 infections among airport staff, an increase in shipments and the Chinese New Year holiday have led to severe delays in handling cargo at Changi Airport terminals , generally effective. Containers that typically take hours to process have taken days over the past two …

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MissionGO Flight Demonstrations in the Navajo Nation

BALTIMORE, 03 Feb. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MissionGOa leader in the production and operation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), was invited by the Office of the President and Vice President of the Navajo Nation, and the mobile health care company ZappCare, to show how MissionGO’s Unmanned Aircraft Delivery Service can …

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Top 3 Best Medical Package Delivery Methods | Economic news

Prescriptions for painkillers and household items, among other products, must be able to be transported from one part of the country, or even the world, to another. For example, in today’s immeasurable markets, such as mail-order drugs, there is a huge reliance on timely delivery. For this reason, the best …

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Last hurrah for Air Canada’s ‘Charlies’ as seats return in

Air Canada Credit By Ian Putzger in Toronto 01/31/2022 In response to growing demand for PPE and rapid test kits, Air Canada (AC) has accelerated its deployment of passenger aircraft for cargo services. For its planes which have had their seats removed to make room for cargo in the cabin …

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SC Ports Receives First Chassis Delivery | Local

CHARLESTON – South Carolina Ports has received its first chassis delivery, marking a significant milestone in the continued development of the SC Ports-owned and operated SMART chassis fleet. “There has never been more need for chassis in the supply chain,” said South Carolina Ports CEO Jim Newsome. “We have found …

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India’s Modair Express to harness growth in express freight

Delhi-based aviation company ModAir has announced the launch of India’s first technology-based air logistics company, Modair Express, offering same-day express cargo delivery using small planes to offer daily scheduled flights connecting Tier I, II and III cities in India to key hubs. A statement from the company said Modair Express …

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Morpheus.Network partners with Chain.io to give customers

PHILADELPHIA and TORONTO, Jan. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Channel.ioa cloud-based supply chain integration platform that connects tools and trading partners to create data visibility across all systems, is pleased to partner with Morpheus.Network, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for the supply chain, to provide connectivity to a ship’s AIS provider, …

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USAF pilot flies first remotely piloted government eVTOL flight

A US Air Force pilot recently successfully piloted an electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft during remote pilot training (rPIC), marking the first government flight of a remotely piloted eVTOL, the Air Force said. “One crucial thing the RC controller allows you to do that a fully unmanned or …

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Scientists are developing a new drug delivery system to treat genetic diseases

A research team led by scientists from Harvard and the Broad Institute has developed a new drug delivery system that uses non-DNA virus-like particles (eVLPs) to package and deliver therapeutic levels of DNA-editing proteins. genes to animal models of disease. The team used eVLPs to modify a gene in mice …

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Amazon Air launches daily cargo service to Kansas

Photo courtesy of FlyWichita.com WICHITA — Amazon Air has launched daily cargo service to Wichita Eisenhower National Airport with an inaugural flight arriving shortly after 2 a.m. Thursday and departing just after 5 a.m. Friday, according to a press release from FlyWichita.com. It is Amazon Air’s first regional gateway in …

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Huisman and DSME sign contract for delivery of another 2,600 ton LEC

Image courtesy of Huisman Equipment Posted on January 19, 2022 at 3:21 p.m. by The Maritime Executive [By: Huisman Equipment] Huisman has announced the signing of a contract with Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) for the delivery of another 2,600mt Leg Encircling Crane (LEC). This follows a previous order, in …

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Mission “Hungry For Cargo” to increase the share of railways in freight transport

The railways have launched the “Mission Hungry for Cargo” targeting a 45% modal share in freight transport, compared to 27% currently. Over the past 50 years, a considerable share of total traffic has been carried by road transport while railways were the most efficient means of inland bulk transport. Indian …

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Winter storm in Pittsburgh: travel could be nearly impossible

PITTSBURGH, PA — After several days of dire forecasts, a major winter storm is expected to hit Pittsburgh and western Pennsylvania on Sunday, making travel extremely difficult, if not impossible. Severe speed and vehicle restrictions are expected on major roads in the state. Snow is expected to start in Greene, …

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Thieves find a new source of stolen goods: delivery trucks and trains

Footage from the video shows empty boxes along train tracks in Los Angeles after thieves broke into Union Pacific freight trains. Source: NBC4 | Los Angeles Instead of shoplifting in stores, some thieves focus on another target: trains and delivery trucks full of packages on their way to customers’ doors. …

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Supply chain problems continued to drive inflation up in December

Persistent challenges in getting goods from factories to customers continue to drive up the prices of cars, computer chips, furniture and other goods, pushing consumer prices up in December at the fastest pace since 1982. The consumer price index climbed 7 percent in the year through December, and 5.5 percent …

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The air compressor market will reach $ 22.27 billion by 2028;

Pune, India, January 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The world Air Compressor Market the size was $ 15.46 billion in 2020. The market is expected to grow by $ 15.88 billion in 2021 to $ 22.27 billion in 2028 at a CAGR of 4.9% over the period 2021-2028. Fortune Business …

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Montreal businesses strive to maintain local food delivery services

Nowadays, the evenings are rather quiet at La Bêtise, a Montreal tapas bar and restaurant. That’s because public health measures have banned food service and closed bars, which means it’s only take-out or delivery. This means that customers are turning to reputable delivery apps to get a taste of their …

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Port traffic jam: customs promises to make scanners operational to facilitate the clearance of goods

Nigeria’s Customs Service (NCS) said it was working to make the scanners operational to facilitate the clearance of goods at the country’s seaports. Speaking to ICIR, NCS spokesperson Joseph Attah said the service was working hard to get the scanners at the three major seaports operational to avoid unnecessary delays …

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Ningbo shippers turn away as exports hit by Covid-restricted trucking

Freight forwarders are moving volumes to congested Shanghai to avoid city-side delays, despite carrier schedules so far unaffected by the latest Covid disruption in Ningbo. The port of Ningbo-Zhoushan has repeatedly fallen victim to China’s strict restrictions on Covid over the past six months, with the latest lockdown in the …

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Udelv unveils the first autonomous cargo vehicle

The first autonomous, cabin-less cargo vehicle – the Transporter by Udelv – can carry 2,000 pounds of cargo, make up to 80 stops, and travel between 160 and 300 miles each way at highway speeds. Driven by Mobileye, the Transporter is first unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which …

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What future for the automotive industry in 2022?

From critical semiconductor chip shortages and shutdowns of major assembly plants, to soaring car prices and empty dealerships, 2021 has been a year to remember for automakers and consumers alike. But there has also been an increase in sales of electric vehicles and a growing shift from sedans to SUVs …

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Turkey AirSada to launch A320 charter operations in 2022

Delivery of the last A320ceo family aircraft to the world to Delta 30.12.2021 – 19:10 UTC Delta Air Lines (DL, Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson) took delivery of the world’s last A321-200 – its 127th of its type – on December 16, 2021. N129DN (msn 10315) was flown from Mobile Downtown to …

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High expectations, low delivery in 2021

The year 2021 in the country’s maritime sector was loaded with high expectations, but with a few days to go until the end of the year, only a few of those expectations have materialized. For example, stakeholders expected the port to be fully automated, with the deployment of the Deep …

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Alaska National Guard delivers gifts to remote villages for 66th year> Air Force> Post Display

JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska (AFNS) – the Alaska National Guard led the 66th Operation Santa Claus again this year, delivering gifts to children in remote Alaskan villages. Gifts were delivered to Buckland on December 14, while a flight to Chevak was repeatedly delayed due to bad weather. Efforts to deliver …

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“These packages could kill me”: the harsh reality of independent delivery drivers in Japan

(Getty Images) TOKYO – As demand for online shopping increases amid the coronavirus pandemic, delivery drivers working as sole proprietors in Japan are complaining about their plight, with some saying they are forced to work extremely tight and long hours, and that their contracts were unilaterally canceled. What happens to …

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5 things to know Wednesday

President Biden will be tested again for COVID-19 President Joe Biden will be tested for COVID-19 on Wednesday after an initial negative antigen test on Sunday and a PCR test on Monday. The president was in close contact with a White House aide on Friday who tested positive on Monday. …

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Electric delivery bikes ply the streets of downtown

Electric delivery bikes have taken to the streets of Belfast city center after the launch of a zero emission delivery service by local company streetdock. Funding for the new initiative comes from the Sustainable Travel and Active components of the Department for Infrastructure’s Department for Communities Covid-19 Revitalization Program Fund, …

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Subsequent delivery of freight market company raises $ 4.7 million

Onward Delivery recently announced the completion of an oversubscribed $ 4.7 million seed funding round. These are the details. Onward Delivery – a freight marketplace that connects retail stores with underused trucks already on the road – recently announced that it has closed an oversubscribed $ 4.7 million seed funding …

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Electric cargo planes: the next step in Amazon’s delivery transformation

Flying cars, also known as electric air taxis, have long surrounded us thanks to science fiction staples such as “Back to the future” and “The Jetsons. “But with big brands like Boeing (NYSE: BA), Airbus (OTCPK: EADSF), Hyundai, and Toyota (NYSE: TM) Now promising to fly passengers through the skies …

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City of Toronto to test larger electric cargo bikes that support deliveries, reduce emissions and congestion – City of Toronto

Press release December 16, 2021 City Council approved the City of Toronto’s participation in a provincial micromobility pilot project that will allow the use of electric cargo bikes weighing more than 120 kilograms to help meet growing demand for local deliveries, reduce gas emissions greenhouse effect and help reduce traffic …

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Saudi Global Ports Secures Concession To Operate Riyadh Dry Port Ecosystem

Saudi Global Ports (“SGP”), the operator of the container terminal at King Abdul Aziz Port in Dammam (“Dammam Seaport”), has obtained a concession from the Saudi Railway Company (“SAR”) to develop and operate the Riyadh Dry Port Ecosystem (“RDP”), comprising three facilities in Riyadh and Dammam, following a public-private partnership …

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Rechvodput takes delivery of the first tender for buoys in a series of 10 vessels of project 3052

Image source “Rosmorrechflot The ships are intended for the inland waterways of Russia On December 9, 2021, a certificate of acceptance / delivery for the first tender of buoys of a series of 10 vessels of the project 3052 ordered by Rechvodput and intended for the Russian waterways was signed …

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United Parcel Service (UPS) Shares Fall As The Market Gets: What You Need To Know

This story originally appeared on Zacks United Parcel Service (UPS) closed at $ 204.72 in the last trading session, marking a movement of -0.33% from the previous day. This change is smaller than the S&P 500’s 0.31% daily gain. Meanwhile, the Dow Jones gained 0.1% and the tech-heavy Nasdaq added …

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What it will take to keep the world’s ships running on time

I spent almost 10 years in the depths of the ocean, completely hidden from view. During long voyages, I tracked down the huge civilian cargo ships and oil tankers sailing near my warships. An exquisite system allows them to operate essentially 24/7, transporting cargoes among a network of global mega-ports. …

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AD Ports Group Mugharraq Port Wins International Port Label

AD Ports Group announced today that the Port of Mugharraq, a strategic port located in the Al Dhafra region, has been recognized as an international port facility. Issued under the provisions of the International Code for the Safety of Ships and Port Facilities (ISPS Code) by the UAE Department of …

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Three startups win US Space Force accelerator award

Varda Space Industries, SCOUT and Neutron Star Systems were the first three startups of the Hyperspace Challenge 2021 WASHINGTON – Space industry startups focused on satellite propulsion, in-orbit manufacturing and debris tracking have won an award from a US Space Force-funded business accelerator. The accelerator known as the Hyperspace Challenge, …

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MOL takes delivery of the first EeneX series coal carriers – ShipInsight

Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL0) announced that the next generation coal carrier, Kurotakisan Maru III which will serve Electric Power Development (J-POWER), has been delivered to Oshima Shipbuilding. J-POWER Chairman Watanabe and MOL Chairman Hashimoto and their wives attended the christening and delivery ceremony and the ship began its maiden voyage. …

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Iqaluit’s water emergency shouldn’t hinder holiday shipping, says Canadian North

Business November 30, 2021 – 2:29 p.m. EST “We are completely caught up as the holiday season approaches,” spokesman Andrew Pope said. The backlog of cargo at Ottawa and Iqaluit airports is cleared and vacation shipments will operate as usual, Canadian North spokesman Andrew Pope said. (Photo by Mélanie Ritchot) …

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Time, money and business in the ports of Lagos – Opinion – The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

Where problems exist and persist, there are usually opportunities. Such is the case of the perennial problems with the ports of Lagos where the traffic jams of ships, trucks and goods persist. The ports of Lagos, the ports of Apapa and Tin-Can are the busiest in Nigeria and for this …

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Lumber cut from Muskrat Falls project is finally loaded onto a ship bound for Asia

Greg Penney, CEO of JP Forestry, couldn’t help but smile Monday as chopped lumber from the Muskrat Falls project was loaded onto a ship bound for Asia. (Regan Burden / CBC) After supply chain issues, community concerns, and a cargo ship too big to dock at Goose Bay, JP Forestry …

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Ships scramble through the ice as winter arrives ‘early’ on the Northern Sea Route

More than 20 ships were stranded and delayed in the Arctic waters of the Northern Sea Route (NSR) after winter ice blocked the channels earlier than expected and they had to wait for help from icebreakers. The Center for High North Logistic (CHNL) at the University of the North has …

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New York City Council Passes Bills To Curb Online Delivery Truck Chaos

City council members on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a series of measures designed to reduce traffic chaos caused by trucks delivering goods purchased online. One of the moves aims to siphon off sidewalk space dedicated to Amazon and UPS. The legislation obliges the city’s transport ministry to institute parking spaces reserved …

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Overview of the Chilean freight and logistics market 2021

Dublin, November 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “Chile Freight and Logistics Market – Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact and Forecast (2021 – 2026)” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Chile has one of the most stable and free market economies in Latin America. Although logistics in Chile are still …

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Three men charged with over $ 88 million importing methamphetamine | Blayney Chronicle

Three men have been charged with an alleged attempt to smuggle 140 kilograms of methamphetamine from Canada to Australia hidden inside an industrial mess. The investigation began when Canadian border services noticed a suspicious cargo of air cargo in Toronto containing $ 88 million in drugs. Victorian organized crime investigators …

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Qatar Airways reflects on B777X offer and expects deliveries in 2023

Qatar Airways (QR, Doha Hamad Int’l) plans to take delivery of its first B777-9 in the second half of 2023 and is currently studying a “very attractive” offer for the still unofficial B777X freighter, Qatar Airways Group Managing Director Akbar Al Baker told Reuters at the Dubai Airshow. “We are …

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First prototypes of Volta Zero electric cargo trucks in production

Commercial electric vehicle startup Volta Trucks has taken another step forward in its plans to install specially designed 16-ton electric haulers on city streets. Production of the first prototypes of the Volta Zero for the road has started at a bespoke factory in Coventry, UK. Renderings of the Volta Zero …

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LA, Long Beach Ports Delay Container Fees – Again – Citing Proactive Shipping Line Cooperation – Press Enterprise

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will postpone – for the second time – billing high fees to ocean carriers who leave goods too long at terminals. Fees will not be billed until at least November 22. The charges, after an initial delay, were due to start on …

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INA signs a strategic alliance agreement with DP World

The Indonesia Investment Authority (INA) has signed a strategic alliance agreement with DP World to strengthen the Indonesian maritime and port sector within the global manufacturing ecosystem. The economic value of this partnership could reach up to $ 7.5 billion in the long term. This partnership will improve the functioning …

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Freight Trains Could Help Decongest Long Beach Port

With shipping delays worsening and cargo building up in Los Angeles County ports, authorities are starting to use freight trains to alleviate the problem. With shipping delays worsening and cargo building up in Los Angeles County ports, authorities are starting to use freight trains to alleviate the problem. The Port …

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Citroën Ami Cargo electric van confirmed for UK market

Citroën has confirmed that a utility vehicle version of its Ami electric city car will arrive in the UK next year. In the wake of the passenger-carrying Ami, the new model will join Citroën’s burgeoning electric van lineup as an urban delivery vehicle for transporting smaller items in city centers. …

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Frequentis Brèves – Asian Aviation

French air traffic control will benefit from FREQUENTIS and CS GROUP voice communications: French air navigation service provider DSNA awarded Frequentis and CS GROUP a 20-year contract for the supply of a primary and backup IP radio / telephone voice communication system (VCS) for 14 approaches and tower air traffic …

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Search for quotes, news, net asset values ​​of mutual funds IRCTC INE335Y01020, IRCTC, 542830 TIC INE154A01025, ITC, 500875 IEX INE022Q01020, IEX, 540750 ICICI Bank INE090A01021, ICICIBANK, 532174 Power of Tata INE245A01021, TATAPOWER, 500400 Search for quotes, news, net asset values ​​of mutual funds IRCTC INE335Y01020, IRCTC, 542830 TIC INE154A01025, ITC, …

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Citroën Ami Cargo confirmed for UK launch in 2022

Citroën has confirmed that it will double its bid for the new Ami electric quadricycle in the UK by bringing the Ami Cargo last mile delivery van variant to Britain. Over 14,000 UK customers have expressed interest in the passenger version of the Friend, and 1,400 of them have already …

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International courier services in Bangladesh: an overview

Couriers are an efficient way to transport things from one place to another. It’s fast, easy, reliable, and often inexpensive. There are around 138 courier services in Bangladesh. Most of them are national and only work in the local region. Of these couriers, 32 offer international shipments. However, almost all …

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