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DHL, United Airlines Add Service in Puerto Rico

DHL Global Forwarding and United Airlines have expanded cargo service in Puerto Rico. »


Machining Centers Market Expected to See Robust Growth in APAC Region

The global machining centers market in automotive, aerospace, metal fabrication and other verticals is expected to grow at a CAGR of close to 6 percent during the period 2016-2020, according to a Technavio report. »


Latin American Development Interests Launch Database on Regional Investment

The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), CAF-Development Bank of Latin America, and Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) have jointly launched a website that tracks infrastructure investments made by countries within the region. »


IAG Cargo Upgrades European Freight Operation

IAG Cargo Upgrades European Freight Operation

IAG Cargo has begun two new short-haul freight services. It has launched service between Madrid and Amsterdam, to enable easier access for shipments between Amsterdam and Latin America. »


Crowley Launches Container Service Between Jacksonville, Costa Rica

Crowley Launches Container Service Between Jacksonville, Costa Rica

Crowley Maritime Corp. has launched a weekly, fixed-day container-shipping service between Jacksonville, Fla. and Costa Rica. »


Yusen Logistics Expands Airfreight Forwarding Network in Mexico

Yusen Logistics Expands Airfreight Forwarding Network in Mexico

Yusen Logistics has expanded its airfreight forwarding network in Mexico, with the addition of a branch in Guadalajara. »


Seko Logistics Adds E-Commerce Warehousing Capacity in Hong Kong

Seko Logistics has added 100,000 square feet of warehousing and fulfillment capacity in Hong Kong. »


Seaboard Adds South Central America, Colombia to New Orleans Service

Seaboard Adds South Central America, Colombia to New Orleans Service

Seaboard Marine has launched a new weekly service from New Orleans, connecting U.S. exporters to Colombia, Panama and Costa Rica, in addition to Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua. »


Pact to 'Significantly' Increase Air Cargo Shipments Between U.S., Mexico

The United States and Mexico exchanged diplomatic notes to bring into force the new Air Transport Agreement, which the U.S. Department of Transportation anticipates will "significantly increase future trade and travel" between the two countries. »


FedEx First to Get Right to Conduct U.S.-Cuba Cargo Flights

FedEx First to Get Right to Conduct U.S.-Cuba Cargo Flights

As the thaw continues between the United States and Cuba, the U.S. Department of Transportation has granted FedEx the rights to operate a five-times-weekly freighter service between Miami and the city of Matanzas. »


The Self-Learning Supply Chain

The Self-Learning Supply Chain

Most companies have some basic form of analytics. This is the next step for the truly competitive: A supply chain that intuitively learns from your business reality to offer a level of accuracy and insight once thought impossible. And the best part? Anyone can use it. This solution paper tells you... »


Cargo Flights Between U.S., Cuba Could Start Later This Year

Cargo Flights Between U.S., Cuba Could Start Later This Year

Tentative approval for scheduled airline services from 10 U.S. cities to Cuba may have implications for air cargo movement between the two countries. »


Crowley Begins Weekly LCL Service From Houston to Caribbean Basin

Crowley Maritime Corp. has begun weekly, fixed-day shipping services for less-than-containerload (LCL) cargoes from Houston to 33 port destinations throughout the Caribbean Basin. »


The New Panama Canal: Who Wins; Who Loses?

The New Panama Canal: Who Wins; Who Loses?

The new set of locks at the Panama Canal is open for business. How will it affect North American shipping patterns? »


JLL Managing Director Comments on Panama Canal Expansion

Will the amount of cargo transiting the Panama Canal do so on fewer vessels? »


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