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DHL launches multimodal service linking Japan to Europe
DHL Global Forwarding has announced the launch of a multimodal service linking Japan to its existing rail solution from China to Europe. Read Full Article...
Hub Group reports mixed Q3 results
Hub Group has announced its Q3 financial results, reporting rising revenue and falling operating income. Read Full Article...
Union Pacific reports record Q3 results
Union Pacific has announced record Q3 financial results, reporting an 11% rise in revenue alongside a 19% increase in operating income. Read Full Article...
Port of Tauranga to construct Rolleston intermodal hub
Port of Tauranga announced that consent has been granted for the construction of its intermodal freight hub at Rolleston, New Zealand. Read Full Article...
J.B. Hunt posts strong growth in Q3 results
J.B. Hunt has announced its financial results for the third quarter of 2014, reporting 12% growth in revenue and a 14% improvement in operating income. Read Full Article...
KCS reports strong growth in Q3 finances
Kansas City Southern has announced its Q3 financial results, reporting increasing revenue and operating income alongside carload growth. Read Full Article...
DB Schenker upgrades swap bodies
DB Schenker has announced that it is investing in the purchase of 6,000 new swap bodies to develop its strength in European System Freight. Read Full Article...
COSCO signs MOU for intermodal services in Greece
COSCO announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Trainose for the support of its intermodal services out of Piraeus Port, Greece. Read Full Article...
NYK to form automotive JV in Myanmar
NYK and Silverbird Auto Logistics announced that they intend to start an inland transportation service in Myanmar for finished automobiles. Read Full Article...
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