Sunday 23rd Sep 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Inchcape splits to create ISS Global Forwarding

Inchcape Shipping Services Holding Ltd has been separated into two stand-alone companies – one focused on supply chain logistics, ISS Global Forwarding, and one focused on marine services.

More red tape for hauliers

International hauliers face more customs red tape in the no-deal Brexit plans announced by the government, the Road Haulage Association has warned.

New Mali hub for DP World

DP World has signed 20-year concession with an automatic 20-year extension with the Republic of Mali to build and operate a 1000-hectare logistics hub with inland container depots and container freight stations to facilitate import and export of goods.

UPS sales rise 9.6pc

UPS turned over $17.5 billion in the second quarter, 9.6 per cent up on last year, while net income was up from $1.4bn to $1.5bn.

K+N wins contract with Assa Abloy UK

EU approves K+N joint venture

The European Commission has approved a joint venture between Kuehne + Nagel and Temasek Holdings of Singapore to identify and invest in young growing logistics technology companies.

K+N wins contract with Assa Abloy UK

Petronas picks K+N for logistics

Petronas, the Malaysian government owned oil and gas organisation has awarded Kuehne + Nagel a three year logistics contract.

American Airlines transports 12m lbs of asparagus

American Airlines has transported almost 12 million pounds of fresh asparagus around the globe in the first six months of 2018 from early season suppliers in Mexico and Peru via key US hubs.

IAG Cargo transports Assyrian relics

IAG Cargo Logistics is to provide secure product transport services for the British Museum’s King of Assyria exhibition by delivering serval key pieces on loans from museums across Europe with its ‘Secure’ service.