Twill Changes Brand Affiliation FromDamco To Maersk

TWILL, a digital freight for-warder designed to make ship-ping simple, has announced a change in its brand affiliation from Damco to Maersk. Launched in April 2017, Twill was created as a ‘Dam-co innovation’ and operated as a partner with the freight forwarder and supply chain management company, which is part of A. P. Moller-Maersk. The
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“JSC Russian Railways is intensively developing relations with its Japanese partners in the field of freight traffic,” noted Alexei Shilo, Director for Commercial Activities for JSC Russian Railways, at the “Russia-Japan Partnership: The Implementation of Eurasian Transit Potential” session during the Eastern Economic Forum (Vladivostok). “In May we were in Tokyo, where, with the support
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COPENHAGEN: Launched in April 2017, Twill was created as a ‘Damco innovation’ and operated as a partner with the freight forwarder and supply chain management company, which is part of A.P. Moller – Maersk. The realigning of the brand will make it possible to offer Twill to all Maersk customers, in line with the A.P.
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Targeting a cargo capacity of 1 lakh tonnes every month by 2022 on the back of the growth in the domestic e-commerce market, SpiceJet earlier this week launched SpiceXpress, its dedicated freight service. SpiceJet plans to ship apparel, consumer electronics, pharmaceutical products, live animals, among other items, inside a modified Boeing 737-700 aircraft starting later
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The Shanghai Containerised Freight Index (SCFI) spot rates from Asia to Northern Europe fell 6.9 per cent to $868 per TEU in the week ending Friday, reports said. However, Asia to the US West Coast rates rose 1.5 per cent to $2,332 per FEU. Those to the US East Coast also saw a marginal increase
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NEW DELHI: IndiGo and SpiceJet are looking at transporting cargo to boost their income. SpiceJet is adding freighter aircraft to tap the market, while IndiGo, India’s largest carrier by market share, plans to ferry perishable cargo in the belly of its planes. “To start with, we are looking at perishable cargo like crabs from Chennai,
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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data for global air freight markets showing that demand, measured in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs), rose 2.1% in July 2018, compared to the same period the year before. This was the slowest pace of growth seen since May 2016 and well below the five-year average growth rate of
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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data for global air freight markets showing that demand, measured in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs), rose 2.1% in July 2018, compared to the same period the year before. This was the slowest pace of growth seen since May 2016 and well below the five-year average growth rate of
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SAL Heavy Lift specialises in sea transport of heavy lift and project cargo, and its offshore subsidiary focuses on developing and delivering installation solutions for the oil & gas and renewables sectors. Thanks to its more than 30 years’ experience, integrated best practices in HSEQ, highly trained crews and innovative engineering teams, SAL Heavy Lift
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Davies Turner, the UK’s largest independent freight forwarding company, remains positive about the trading outlook for Turkey despite the country’s ongoing economic crisis and depreciating currency. Company chairman, Philip Stephenson, says that the weakened Turkish lira and escalating tariff war between the US and Turkey might make life harder for British exporters but easier for
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