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Budapest Airport plans new China growth strategy

Budapest Airport is to launch a new growth strategy for Asia in 2019 which includes additional direct freighter and belly cargo routes to China, as well as enhanced e-commerce capabilities.

Imperial Logistics invests for steel contract

Imperial Logistics International has invested in three heavy-duty tractor units and seven heavy-duty trailers to support its logistics contract for a major steel producer at its Bochum plant in Germany, which produces 3 million tonnes of steel coil per year.

Miebach’s UK expansion “especially useful” after Brexit

EU moves to boost e-commerce

The European Commission has issued updated guidance for ending unjustified geo-blocking to help member states and e-commerce businesses to adapt to the new rules which start applying across the EU from 3rd December 2018.

Bolloré buys Danish forwarder

Bolloré Logistics has taken a majority stake in the Danish freight forwarder Global Solutions, expanding its end-to-end offering in the Scandinavian markets.

5,000 more customs staff needed after Brexit

HMRC head Jon Thompson has told MPs that it could take up to 5,000 extra staff to handle the additional customs and border checks following Brexit. – just a month after the government set out its proposals for a future customs relationship with the EU.