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UPS provides support to Philippines [14/Nov/2013]
DHL prepares Armenia for emergencies [09/Oct/2013]
Deutsche Post DHL has announced it is taking its GARD programme to the Zvartnots international airport in the Armenian capital of Yerevan and the Gyumri regional airport in the north-western part of the country. Read Full Article...
Canadian Pacific to donate C$200,000 for Alberta flood relief [27/Jun/2013]
DHL Express announces partnership with Free the Children [19/Jul/2012]
DHL Express Canada has announced a global partnership with Free The Children, an international charity and educational partner, and Me to We, a social enterprise that supports the work of Free The Children. Read Full Article...
Menlo continues to manage rapid response program in New York [14/Jun/2012]
FedEx donates $5m and an MD-10 aircraft to ORBIS International [12/Aug/2011]
FedEx and ORBIS International, a leading global organisation dedicated to saving sight worldwide, have announced a new five-year, $5.375m commitment in the form of cash and in-kind contributions from FedEx. Read Full Article...
Hellmann and Kreidezeit Naturfarben launch first CO2 neutral sea freight operation [04/Jul/2011]
Tradeteam doubles proportion of waste recycled [22/Dec/2010]
Tradeteam, the UK-based drinks logistics supplier, has doubled the proportion of waste it recycled in 2010 compared to 2009 totals. This is due to a new waste management programme in place at all of its operating sites. Read Full Article...
Deutsche Post DHL and UN OCHA extend humanitarian partnership [14/Dec/2010]
New Chairman of transport charity Transaid urges more active role in Africa [13/Dec/2010]
The new Chairman of transport charity Transaid is urging the transport and logistics industry to play more of an active role in supporting the organisation’s goals. Read Full Article...
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