Cargo Delivery

Cenntro will exhibit the full line of Logistar EVs and all-electric iChassis at CES 2023

Press event to unveil the production iChassis on January 4, 2023 Booth meetings with management available for institutional investors, sell-side and industry analysts FREEHOLD, NJ, November 22, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cenntro Electric Group Limited (NASDAQ:CENN), a leading electric vehicle technology company providing advanced, market-proven electric utility vehicles, today announced that it will …

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The next customer for the A350 freighter?

Middle Eastern airline Kuwait Airways is reportedly ready to introduce cargo flights into its operations. The airline is planning to acquire freighters as it continues its fleet modernization process, and it looks like the Airbus A350 freighter is at the top of its list. Due to high demand, Kuwait Airways …

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Military Cargo Drones Drive Demand in Global Drone Market: Report

New November 17, 2022 Dan Taylor technology editor Military embedded systems Dublin, Ireland. The use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for cargo delivery in military operations presents opportunities in the global UAV market, says a new report. The report, from Research and Markets, forecasts the global drone market to grow …

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Operators on track to continue sleeper service – Martin Bignell

Through the constitutional, political and economic turbulence of September and October 2022, it has sometimes felt like the world has strayed from its reassuringly familiar axis, even if some aspects of it do not match your personal outlook. But thanks to this, rail freight continued to transport goods to and …

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What should ocean shippers expect in this peak season? Experts weigh in.

Listen to the article 5 minutes This audio is generated automatically. Please let us know if you have any comments. The peak holiday season will not be the same as in previous years, according to various experts. This year, retailers are scrambling to clear inventory piles as demand falters in …

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DRONE DELIVERY CANADA AIR CARE PROJECT WITH HALTON HEALTHCARE & DSV CANADA COMMERCIALLY OPERATIONAL

TORONTO, November 7, 2022 /CNW/ – Following its press release of June 21, 2022, Drone Delivery Canada Corp. (TSXV: FLT) (OTCQX: TAKOF) (Frankfurt: A2AMGZ) (Frankfurt: ABB.F) (the “Company” or “DDC”) is pleased to announce that as of November 7, 2022his Air care initiative of the project, thanks to the help …

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Realities of Liabilities LAW | Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide

Jclaim for misdelivery of cargo in Trafigura Maritime Logistics Pte Ltd v. Clearlake Shipping Pte Ltd (Miracle Hope) [2022] EWHC 2234 (Comm) gave rise to various issues under the Letters of Indemnity (LOI) which had been given to ensure delivery of the cargo without presentation of the original bills of …

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ENGINE: Prospects for Bunker Fuel Availability East of Suez

Singapore Rapid availability of bunkers in all fuel grades remains limited in Singapore. Recommended shipping times for HSFO are the longest from the port at 7-10 days, while VLSFO has slightly shorter times of 7-9 days, and LSMGO has 5-7 days. Singapore’s middle distillate stocks hit their lowest level in …

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PM Modi launches Rs 22,000 crore project to build C-295 military cargo plane in Vadodara

Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for a C-295 military transport aircraft manufacturing plant in Vadodara, Gujarat on October 30, 2022. ANI Vadodar: On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for a factory to manufacture C-295 military transport aircraft worth Rs 22,000 crore in Vadodara, …

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DRI officials intercept courier package containing 1.9kg of drugs at Mumbai air cargo complex

A parcel consisting of narcotic substances which was being smuggled into India in an international courier package was intercepted at the air cargo complex by the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI), officials said on Sunday. Based on intelligence that narcotic substances were likely to be smuggled into India through an …

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SHIP REVIEW | Kada – Nigerian Navy expands amphibious capability with new landing craft

The Nigerian Navy has taken delivery of a new Landing Tank Ship (LST) built by Albwardy Damen in the United Arab Emirates. SNN kada has an overall length of 100 meters, a width of 16 meters, a maximum draft of 3.85 meters and a depth of eight meters. There is …

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Around Oneonta: October 18, 2022 | Community

Meetings designed to be supportive ONEONTA – The following online support group sharing meetings will be hosted by Family Resource Network in Oneonta for families of people with special needs. * 6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18. Required registration is available at https://tinyurl.com/5cdyx332. * From 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on …

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AerCap places order for 15 Airbus A321P2Fs

Irish leasing company AerCap has placed a firm order for 15 Airbus A321P2Fs with German aerospace company EFW. The lessor will also have an option for 15 other freighters, with the converted aircraft expected to come from AerCap’s Airbus A321 portfolio. AerCap for the A321P2F Leasing giant AerCap has announced …

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Maersk Europe Market Update (October 2022)

Updated Ocean Ports and Keys After several challenging months across Europe, the past two weeks have brought much-needed stability and resilience to our global network. Close cooperation with ports, combined with contingency planning and schedule changes, has improved congestion levels, berth queuing times and port productivity across the region. The …

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Sabrewing CEO Talks Record-Breaking Cargo Drone Hover Flight

On its first hover, Sabrewing’s Rhaegal cargo drone carried an 829-pound payload. (Photo: sabering) California-based Sabrewing Aircraft Company recently announced the successful first hover flight of its prototype cargo drone with an 829-pound payload. According to the company, this set a new world record for a commercial vertical take-off and …

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Atlas Air takes 3rd of last Boeing 747 as last plane rolls off production line

On Wednesday, Atlas Air took delivery of a Boeing 747-8 Freighter. This unit is the second of four new 747-8 Freighters ordered by the company in 2021, which are also the last 747s ever produced by Boeing, ending the “Queen of the Skies” assembly line. Before last The American carrier …

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The Blaenjet could inspire new vertical lift technology with the Hemi-rotor Aero

Blaenjet Aviation, an innovative aerodynamic propulsion technology start-up, announced that preliminary testing of its hemi-rotor aerodynamic concept has confirmed its ability to deliver faster and more efficient performance in VTOL aircraft. Subscale testing demonstrated positive net lift and lower aerodynamic drag of the new configuration during climb/float, cruise, and descent/float …

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TransContainer launched container shipping from China through the Russia-Mongolia border crossing

TransContainer launched container shipping from China through the Russia-Mongolia border crossing AKIPRESS.COM – PJSC Transcontainer (part of Delo Group) together with JSC Russian Railways (RZD) and JSC Ulan-Bator Railway (UBZhD) organized the first container rail shipment from China to Russia via Solovyevsk checkpoint (Trans-Baikal Territory) on the Russian-Mongolian border, the …

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Swiss MSC Builds Air Cargo Solution to Meet Customer Demand

The Swiss company MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company SA has started to develop a new MSC Air Cargo solution in response to customer demand and to complement its container transport solutions. MSC Air Cargo has been in development for several months and the new solution will be available from early 2023, …

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Mopar announces new factory-tested quality accessories for the 2023 Ram ProMaster!

Ram Commercial is well known for being the friendliest brand in the truck market. The new 2023 Ram ProMaster (VF) continues this tradition with features designed to efficiently meet the multitude of specific customer needs. In addition to the upfit adaptability of the Ram ProMaster, Mopar offers a full line …

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The new Evetta Cargo is here to add retro style to deliveries

The new Isetta-inspired Evetta microcar will be offered in a cargo version – which the company says will be perfect for use as both a last-mile delivery vehicle or a food truck. The new Evetta Cargo was unveiled at the IAA Transportation show in Germany and is due to go …

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Five Bizjets that have been successful military platforms

The US Air Force has always used business jets to support its operations. Throughout its 75 years, the agency has leveraged the unique performance profiles and offerings of these otherwise lavish platforms for a dynamic range of assignments. Even today, the Air Force continues to turn to commercial OEMs for …

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Zero-emission mobility: the sustainable future of urban logistics

By Namit Jain, Founder and CEO, Zen Mobility The world’s leading city logistics companies have a new mission: to reduce all logistics-related emissions to zero by 2050. Their rich expertise, vast resources and innovative ideas will help make this bold vision a reality. To achieve this goal, green logistics solutions …

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5 tips for making money with Special Cargo in GTA Online

GTA Online players can earn an absurd amount of money selling Special Cargo in GTA Online. However, this requires owning an office and a warehouse. This guide will assume that the reader already owns both, so it won’t recommend which ones to buy and instead focus on tips related to …

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Best Electric Cargo Bike Companies in the World 2022 – IMARC Group

Electric Cargo Bike Market Size SHERIDAN, WYOMING, USA, Sept. 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Electric Cargo Bike is a battery-operated transport bike. It allows the rider to carry heavy objects that are difficult to carry by human power. It works and is powered by portable batteries such as lithium-ion and nickel-based …

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Otua Electric Three-Wheeled Cargo Launched at Rs 3.5 Lakh

Dandera Ventures has launched a new electric three-wheeled freighter called OTUA with a starting price of Rs 3.5 lakh and the cost is rising to 5.5 lakh (ex-showroom). The new OTUA Electric Three-Wheeled Cargo has several advanced capabilities. Dandera Ventures is a company specializing in the manufacture of last mile …

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Omega Seiki Mobility expects domestic EV segment to see double-digit growth next year

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Sierra Space and the DOD will develop high mach systems for terrestrial point-to-point delivery

Sierra Space, a leading commercial space company at the forefront of creating and building the future of space transportation and infrastructure for commercialization in Low Earth Orbit (LEO), announced the signing of a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the United States Department of Defense Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM). The …

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Launch of the next phase of the CAELUS project to develop the first network of medical delivery drones in the UK – sUAS News – The Business of Drones

AGS Airports is leading a consortium including NHS Scotland for an innovative project A consortium led by AGS Airports in partnership with NHS Scotland to provide what will be the first medical distribution network in the UK using drones has launched its next phase. CAELUS (Care & Equity – Healthcare …

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RUSCON has launched a new joint cargo delivery service from Turkey to Russia

The logistics operator RUSCON (belonging to the Delo group) has launched a new multimodal service for the joint delivery of cargo from Turkey to Russia via the port of Novorossiysk.Within the service, RUSCON provides unloading of goods to Russia in any part of Turkey. The cargo is consolidated in Istanbul …

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Changes in the Supervisory Boards of AS Tallinna Sadam

With the decision of the general meeting of AS Tallinna Sadam’s subsidiary, TS Shipping OÜ, former member of the supervisory board of Tallinna Sadam Ahti Kuningas was recalled from the subsidiary’s supervisory board, and René Pärt was appointed new member of the Supervisory Board for a term of 3 years …

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More French sailing freighters under construction

After very solid crowdfunding and the support of some major French brands, TransOceanic Wind Transport (TOWT) is building two sailing cargo ships, strengthening France’s leading position in the construction and operation of these ships, which back to a bygone era. The delivery of the first ship is scheduled for the …

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Electrameccanica Vehicle Stock: Worth Keeping On The Radar (NASDAQ: SOLO)

David Becker/Getty ImagesNews Electrameccanica Vehicles (NASDAQ: SOLO) is a company that I like because I think their product actually fills an important niche, but I’m the first to admit that I’m in the minority in that opinion, and so the company may never gain the traction it needs to succeed. …

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L3Harris Reveals VAMPIRE Systems Delivery Schedule for Ukraine

Written by Jon Harper August 26, 2022 | FEDSCOOP L3Harris expects to deliver its new counter-drone system to Ukraine within nine months of being contracted, the company told FedScoop. The VAMPIRE (Vehicle-Agnostic Modular Palletized ISR Rocket Equipment) technology was part of a broader $3 billion military aid package announced by …

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GOL has taken delivery of the first Boeing 737-800 (BCF) in South America

Gol Linhas Aéreas received its first cargo plane in 20 years of operation. The plane, registered PS-GFA (msn 34965), will be one of six of the model already confirmed by Gol until 2023, under a contract with Mercado Libre, with the possibility of including six Boeings 737 more in 2025. …

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Canoo Vehicles for Walmart performs advanced deliveries to refine and finalize custom vehicle configuration

JUSTIN, TX, August 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Within two weeks of signing an agreement to purchase 4,500 vehicles, Canou (NASDAQ: GOEV) and Walmart (NYSE: WMT) InHome have launched Advanced Deliveries to finalize their unique setup for their Lifestyle Delivery Vehicle (LDV) order. Canoo’s VLDs have been deployed for real-world deliveries …

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Air cargo traffic in China ‘returning to normal’, state agency says

LONDON – According to the official state news agency Xinhua, air cargo traffic in China has returned to normal after the pandemic disruption. Over the weekend, a Chinese civil aviation official said China’s air cargo traffic had recently returned to normal after posting a “V-shaped recovery” in the first half. …

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Exchange invoice claims and counter claims

A bill of lading dispute in Sea Master Special Maritime Enterprise & another v. Arab Bank (Switzerland) Ltd (Sea Master) [2022] EWHC 1953 (Comm) raised questions as to whether the bank financing the purchase of a cargo, and the holder of a referral bill of lading for the cargo, was …

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Why Global Container Terminal Tracking is Critical for Retailers MyrtleBeachSC News

As inflation continues to rise, businesses and individuals across the country are looking for the best ways to cut spending. In these uncertain times, this is of particular importance. No one can stop a company’s ocean freight until it reaches the port and is exposed to drayage delays and other …

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Ship carrying first cargo of Ukrainian grain approaches Syria

BEIRUT, Aug 14 (Reuters) – The first ship to leave Ukraine under a UN-brokered deal to resume the country’s grain exports two weeks ago approached the Syrian port of Tartous, two maritime sources said. The Razoni, flying the flag of Sierra Leone, left the Ukrainian port of Odessa on August …

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Azul Cargo chooses Unilode for ULD management

Brazilian airline Azul Cargo has awarded a full-service ULD management contract to Unilode Aviation Solutions. Under the terms of the four-year agreement, Unilode will supply containers and digital pallets in a hybrid ULD business model, where containers are dedicated to airline use and pallets are supplied from the pool. shared …

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US works with companies in supply chains to ease port congestion

Shipping containers are unloaded from a ship at a container terminal at the Port of Long Beach-Port of Los Angeles complex in Los Angeles, California, U.S., April 7, 2021. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON, Aug 10 (Reuters) – The U.S. Department of Transportation …

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Air Cargo Pallet Market 2022 is Growing Globally

New Jersey, United States, -The report presented here is a comprehensive account that includes in-depth analysis and forecast of the global Air Cargo Pallet market. The forecast period considered for this research study is 2022-2029, and the review period is 2020-2026. To ensure the highest level of accuracy of the …

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SCAT Airlines takes on the 737 MAX ordered for the first time by Belarus

On August 4, a Boeing 737 MAX took off from Boeing’s Everett facility bound for SCAT Airlines. The “new” aircraft, which recently turned three years old, was first ordered by Belarusian carrier Belavia. However, due to more recent sanctions imposed on the Belarusian carrier, the airframe was redirected to fly …

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Analysis: Soaring tanker freight rates are driving up fuel costs in Mexico

HOUSTON/MEXICO CITY, Aug 4 (Reuters) – High rates around the world for transporting oil are driving up fuel costs in Mexico as importers face tanker charges on Mexico’s busiest shipping route. North America that are more than double the levels seen in recent years, traders and shippers said. A reshuffle …

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Amazon Climate Report: Rising environmental emissions show need for innovation

After using 96 pages to promote their company’s many environmental efforts, Amazon officials have saved the most important information for the final section of the company’s latest sustainability report. In its journey to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2040, Amazon’s total carbon footprint has grown – yes, grown up—by …

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Aviva, Liberty Insurance, Chubb – InsuranceNewsNet

New Jersey, United States — (SBWIRE) — 07/29/2022 — The latest published study of the global cargo insurance market by WADA Research assesses market size, trend and forecast to 2027. Cargo Insurance market study covers significant research data and proves to be a handy reference document for marketers managers, analysts, …

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Liquid Cargo Barge Transportation Market to Witness Huge Growth by 2029

New Jersey, United States, – The Global liquid cargo barge market is thoroughly researched and analyzed in reports to help market players improve their business tactics and ensure their long-term success. The report authors have used easy-to-understand language and simple statistical images but provided comprehensive information and detailed data on …

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UK to form world’s largest drone aerial highway

While roads and trains are efficient methods of transporting goods, there are many advantages to using automated drones to transport time-sensitive goods, including no traffic, low operating costs, and no hassle. human intervention. Now the UK will be home to the world’s longest aerial highway linking several towns and cities …

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Intelligence discovered how the occupiers camouflaged ammunition to deliver it to the Kherson region

PhotoREUTERS New ammunition depots are being built in civilian buildings – cultural and educational institutions, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry noted. The occupiers began to deliver ammunition to the Kherson region under the guise of humanitarian aid. This was reported to the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of …

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Inspired by nature, artificial microtubules c

image: Although free-swimming microrobots have been explored as a way to precisely deliver therapeutic agents into a blood vessel, they can scatter in strong flows, failing to reach their target in high enough concentrations. By contrast, microrobots propelled along an artificial microtubule, developed by physicist Arnold Mathijssen and his colleagues, …

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Air Cargo Security Market Scope 2022 and Forecast by 2029 – ADANI, American Science and Engineering, CEIA, EAS Envimet Group

Global Air Cargo Security Market Overview and Analysis: New Jersey, United States, – Report Title Air Cargo Security is one of the most comprehensive and important additions to audited market reports. Provides detailed research and analysis of key aspects of the global Air Cargo Security market. Market analysts write in-depth …

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Kuwait Warehousing Market – Increasing Logistics Volume,

Gurugram, India, July 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — There are more than 900,000 import/export containers in three ports in Kuwait with more than 10 million import/export per ton. The Kuwait Public Roads and Transport Authority (PART) is currently implementing 19 major road projects across the country for a total of …

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As Freight Is Diverted From The West Coast, The Midwest Trucking Company Expands

CLEVELAND – Ohio-based trucking and drayage provider ContainerPort Group is expanding its network of motor carriers with the introduction of Bristol Transportation, a new drayage provider operating in Charleston, SC; Chicago; and Savannah, Ga. CPG says Bristol’s launch strengthens its nationwide trucking solutions by adding capacity for customers in major …

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Alphabet’s Wing unveils new drone prototypes

You probably wouldn’t use a sedan to haul a ton of gravel, nor would you hire a flatbed truck to haul a single TV. Essentially, the transportation industry has solved the problem of vehicle-to-cargo matching for traditional modes like shipping and trucking. But emerging modes, like drone delivery, are still …

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Boeing Records Best Month of Deliveries in Over Three Years

Boeing (BA) – Get Boeing company report could build from a strong second half as the company tries to emerge from the 737 MAX problems that have plagued the company for nearly four years. On July 12, the company said it delivered 51 passenger and freighter aircraft in June, the …

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Slow but Steady – The Diplomat

Advertising Much has been written abroad about China’s sales of armed drones, but we heard less about the progress of its delivery drones last year. Delivery drones are helping express delivery companies deal with declining profits, especially profitability issues associated with last-mile shipments. China has increased the use of delivery …

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Baltic Exchange Expedition Updates: July 8

A weekly overview of the tanker and dry bulk market (July 8, 2022) This report is produced by the Baltic Exchange. The Baltic Exchange, a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Exchange, is the world’s only independent source of maritime market information for the trading and settlement of physical and derivative …

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Sustainable Zero Waste Grocery Delivery Service in Vancouver

Vancouver has plenty of sustainable ideas and alternatives to offer, and those looking to make their grocery store more eco-friendly have plenty of zero waste stores and refills to choose from. But sometimes sustainable options aren’t a practical step along the way. Two Vancouver zero-waste businesses that started out as …

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This fixed-wing drone can carry 4.4 lbs of cargo, has a range of 37 miles and flies autonomously

With better range, faster speeds, higher altitude capabilities and payload carrying capabilities than a regular drone of its size, the Fixar 007 is slowly but surely dethroning the quadcopter as the commercial drone of choice. . With its odd but effective design and format, the Fixar 007 is perfectly suited …

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Do commercial drones need an operator nearby to make deliveries?

Delivering vital supplies at low altitude during a major humanitarian crisis, helping police track fleeing criminals, and even dropping pizzas a few miles away in an urban environment are all things drones will do in the very future. close. Much of the technology for these key civilian tasks, made possible …

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Orient Logistics of Uzbekistan plans to use Azerbaijani ports for transmodal transport

BAKU, Azerbaijan, July 2. Uzbek company Orient Logistics, part of one of Uzbekistan’s largest diversified holding companies, Orient Group Management, is potentially considering cooperation with ports in Azerbaijan to establish cross-modal transport, Svetlana Kondakova, head of logistics, Orient Group Management, Managing Director Orient Logistics told Trend. Kondakova noted that Azerbaijan …

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Astrocast: Partners with ArrowSpot and Integrates SatIoT into Supply Chain Solutions

Global Container Asset Tracking Achieved for the First Time for Supply Chains Lausanne, Switzerland, June 30, 2022 – Astrocast, one of the world’s leading operators of nanosatellite IoT networks, today announced a partnership with ArrowSpot. Astrocast integrates its Satellite IoT (SatIoT) technology …

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Kalmar continues its long-lasting collaboration with APM

CARGOTEC CORPORATION, PRESS RELEASE, JUNE 28, 2022 AT 2:00 PM (EST) Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has received a new order for shuttles for APM terminals in Tangier, Morocco. The first phase of the project consisted of 42 shuttles between 2016 and 2020. As the next stage of the collaboration, APM …

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Cargo Management Solutions Market 2022 Segment Analysis by Top Key Players: Catapult International, LeanLogistics, Awery Aviation Management System, IBS Software Services, Damco, Camelot 3PL Software, Hyundai Merchant Marine, Jada Management Systems, Bitmetric Technologies, Accenture PLC, Agility and Saber – Indian Defense News

A recent market research report added to the repository of MRI Accuracy Reports is an in-depth analysis of Freight Management Solutions. Based on the historical growth analysis and current scenario of the Cargo Management Solutions market, the report aims to offer actionable insights into the growth projections of the …

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Pentagon plans to use Elon Musk’s rockets to deploy troops from space

The US Department of Defense (DoD) has had discussions with Elon Musk’s SpaceX to potentially use rockets to rapidly deploy military personnel and cargo across the planet, documents show. Specifically, the Pentagon has been investigating the possibility of using SpaceX’s upcoming Starship rocket — a super-heavy lift vehicle designed to …

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150 BrightDrop electric vehicles delivered to FedEx

After receiving an initial delivery of five electric vans in December, FedEx Corp. has now deployed 150 BrightDrop electric vehicles for use in California. BrightDrop, a subsidiary of General Motors (NYSE: GM), will deliver a total of 2,500 electric vehicles to FedEx Express (NYSE: FDX) over the next few years, …

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Cargo bikes deliver a logistics revolution – Daily Business Magazine

A quiet revolution is happening in the streets. Literally. Eco-friendly cargo deliveries by bicycle are becoming commonplace, writes JULENA DRUMI Andrew Taylor says he always wanted to do something that would make a difference. Being able to do it while combining it with one of his passions was a plus. …

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Sea Cargo Charter: Industry giants disclose the climate impact of their shipping activities

For the first time, some of the world’s largest energy, agriculture, mining and commodity trading companies are publishing the climate alignment of their shipping operations and have access to new data that will allow them work with their business partners to drive efficiency and reduce carbon emissions. and align their …

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Outset Medical shares fall 21% as company announces suspension of shipments of some Tablo systems

By Stephen Nakrosis Shares of Outset Medical Inc. are down in Monday’s late trading session after the medical technology company said it had implemented a shipping hold on the distribution of its system of Tablo hemodialysis for home use pending U.S. Food and Drug Administration review and clearance. The company …

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Shipment Tracking Software Market Size [2022-2029] -ShipStation, Freightview, WiseTech Global, Buyco, UltraShipTMS, AfterShip, Fleet Harmony, ShipTrackApp, ProShip, ShipConsole, HomaVo, Advent Intermodal Solutions, Precision Software, Pierbridge, HighJump, Vertex, iInterchange Systems, Shipwell – Indian Defense News

Shipment Tracking Software Market Size [2022-2029] -ShipStation, Freightview, WiseTech Global, Buyco, UltraShipTMS, AfterShip, Fleet Harmony, ShipTrackApp, ProShip, ShipConsole, HomaVo, Advent Intermodal Solutions, Precision Software, Pierbridge, HighJump, Vertex, iInterchange Systems, Shipwell – Indian Defense News

New Jersey, United States, – Mr Accuracy Reports, shipment tracking software market The report contains detailed information on the factors influencing demand, growth, opportunities, challenges and restraints. It provides detailed information on the structure and outlook of global and regional industries. Additionally, the report includes data on research and …

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Shipping Co. wants over $200 million in accident damages reversed

By Joyce Hanson (June 9, 2022, 7:35 p.m. EDT) – A Geneva-based shipping company accused of failing to pay nearly $200 million awarded in arbitration proceedings over a container ship that caught fire 10 years ago urged a federal court in Louisiana to launch a lawsuit against the shipowner seeking …

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Waymo partners with Uber Freight for self-driving deliveries from Dallas to Houston

Just months after settling a legal battle over self-driving technology, Waymo is forming a “deep, long-term partnership” with Uber Freight to transport goods in its self-driving trucks from Dallas to Houston on Interstate 45. Under the deal, carriers using Alphabet Inc.’s Waymo self-driving technology will be able to join Uber …

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Swoop Aero, Astral Aviation and Skyports collaborate on drone logistics

Swoop Aero has partnered with Astral Aviation’s drone services business and drone operations partner Skyports to develop a drone logistics network in Kenya. Swoop Aero’s experience in operating drone logistics networks in seven countries, combined with its proprietary technology platform, will be used to transport drugs, vaccines and medical samples …

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Rising cotton prices could push Indian plantations to a record high

Cotton planting in India, the world’s biggest fiber producer, could jump 15% in 2022 to a record high as high prices drive farmers away from other crops, an industry association has said. Higher production could help curb rising global and local cotton prices, which are hurting Asian garment makers. The …

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K+N and LATAM team up to offset flower delivery emissions

Kuehne+Nagel and LATAM Airlines Group will offset 100% of the emissions generated by the flower shipments they handled together during the recent Mother’s Day season. During the season, thousands of tons of flowers were transported from Colombia and Ecuador to North America and Europe. Compensation will focus on the benefit …

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ONE orders ten large container ships in South Korea and Japan

Japanese shipping company Ocean Network Express (ONE) has placed an order for ten large container ships with delivery in 2025. Shipbuilding contracts for the vessels have been signed with Hyundai Heavy Industries of South Korea and Nihon Shipyard of Japan. Each shipyard will build five ships. ONE said the vessels …

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Local nonprofit sends therapeutic teddy bears to Texas school shooting survivors

ENCINITAS — Dozens of volunteers turned out Saturday morning to pack therapeutic teddy bears made by a local nonprofit to help somehow ease the grief of Tuesday’s mass shooting in Texas. A total of more than 700 Comfort Cubs will end up in the town of Uvalde – enough for …

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IMO breaks deadlock on carbon pricing for shipping

Pixabay File Image Posted on May 27, 2022 8:35 PM by Njiraini Muchira The drive to decarbonize the commercial shipping industry has achieved a major breakthrough after countries reached consensus on carbon pricing of shipping emissions, a development that comes …

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Major shipping lines have ‘abandoned’ Sabah, Kota Kinabalu MP says

With the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian war and the factors of Covid-19, Kota Kinabalu MP Chan Foong Hin said the demand for shipping and containers has changed, so many major international shipping companies tend to abandon the Sabah market, because the loading volume is too small. —Photo Reuters Thursday, May …

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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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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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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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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-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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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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