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SAL & SELA team up to provide events logistics solutions

SAL Saudi Logistics Services and “Sela” signed an agreement to provide ground handling services at main airports to support the organization of Sela’s seasonal entertainment events and activities, especially the company’s upcoming events by the end of the year. The signing took place at SAL’s headquarter in Jeddah between SAL’s CEO Omar Hariri and Eng. …

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GEODIS training program

GEODIS creates new global management training program

GEODIS is launching “Manage!“, a program designed to support its 8,000 managers around the world. Built around the company’s 7 Leadership Principles, it aims to strengthen their skills and leadership through a 14-week program. This will be key to stimulating commitment and creativity in their teams and partners, to achieve the goals of GEODIS’ “Ambition …

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WCAworld elected to IATA’s TTWG

The global independent freight forwarding community is set to be represented within IATA’s Time and Temperature Work Group (TTWG) for the first time, following the announcement that WCAworld has been elected to this influential body. Historically, the TTWG has been comprised largely of multinational forwarders, airports, airlines, shippers and manufacturers. However, the influence of WCA’s …

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Partnership

Shifl and Terminal49 partner

With more inventory delayed than ever before, shippers are scrambling to find solutions. A significant collaboration between Shifl, a digital freight forwarder, and Terminal49, a container and shipment tracking platform enhances data accessibility, providing the same level of visibility to all shippers, whether they ship 5 or 20,000 TEUs a year. Shippers are struggling to …

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Dachser creates more loading space

Successive conversion of semitrailers in the European Logistics business line optimises capacity utilisation and at the same time improves the climate footprint of transports Since April 2021, Dachser has opted exclusively for so-called ‘mega trailers’ when purchasing new semi-trailers in Germany. Because of their more generous cargo space dimensions – with otherwise the same length …

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High demand sees Teesport Bulks Terminal sign third major deal

PD Ports, owner and operator of Teesport, has secured a third long-term deal at its recently unveiled state-of-the-art bulks facility, accelerating future expansion plans due to demand from global manufacturers and shippers. The UK major ports group signed a long-term contract with a third global customer to secure the remaining bays inside the 300,000 sq.ft. …

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What does the Queen’s Speech mean for Logistics?

UKWA CEO Peter Ward comments on the Government’s agenda In the Queen’s Speech yesterday, the Government outlined its priorities for the country post-pandemic and post-Brexit. For the warehousing and logistics sector, there were some key takeaways. The emphasis on training and education, with the lifetime skills guarantee designed to boost jobs, was welcome news and …

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