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China trade fuels sea freight boom
23/Feb/2004 by Staff Writer.
Booming trade with China has led to higher shipping rates, and consequently increased profits for shipping lines. However rates will not go up forever as new capacity in the form of new ships will match supply against demand.... read more
TNT launches major strategy review
20/Feb/2004 by Staff Writer.
has released its full year results for 2003. At the same it has announced a number of major initiatives which will see it cut costs and create a more focused operating unit. China is likely to become a major market for the company as a result of significant investments.... read more
Geodis benefits from €bn recycling legislation
19/Feb/2004 by Staff Writer.
has signed a new deal with France Telecom which will see it take responsibility for all its reverse logistics. It is the latest logistics company to benefit from EU legislation which will take effect in 2005.... read more
German toll scheme ends in disarray
18/Feb/2004 by Staff Writer.
The much delayed new German toll or LKW Maut has been cancelled amidst political controversy. The failure to implement the toll will cost the German government an estimated €6.5bn in lost revenues.... read more
Exel to acquire Fujitsu Logistics in Japan
17/Feb/2004 by Staff Writer.
has acquired the logistics operations of high tech manufacturer Fujitsu. This will increase the company’s presence in the highly strategic Japanese market.... read more
Eurotunnel diversifies into freight market
16/Feb/2004 by Staff Writer.
Eurotunnel has won the right to haul international freight trains through France. This initiative is part of a strategy to diversify its revenue streams ahead of November 2006 when its existing funding arrangements come to an end. ... read more
Landmark UK deal opens door for DPWN,TPG
13/Feb/2004 by Staff Writer.
An agreement has been signed allowing private UK Mail, a subsidiary of Business Post
access to Royal Mail
’s postal facilities. TPG
has already started negotiations with the national postal operator for the same rights and DPWN
is likely to do the same.
... read more
Major expansion for Spanish logistics leader
12/Feb/2004 by Staff Writer.
, a specialist in the Spanish automotive logistics market, has plans to expand throughout western and eastern Europe. This involves an acquisition in the Czech Republic.... read more
Expeditors sees strong growth
11/Feb/2004 by Staff Writer.
US based freight forwarding and logistics provider, Expeditors
, has released results for 2003 showing a strong performance. It has also extended its holding in its Chinese joint venture by a further 25%.... read more
Schenker completes Polish acquisition
10/Feb/2004 by Staff Writer.
’s subsidiary, Stinnes
Logistics, owner of Schenker
, has acquired a further stake in Spedpol, one of Poland’s largest groupage operators. Full integration of the company into the Schenker network will now be possible.... read more
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