Russian Prime Minister signs Permanent NEVA Exhibition Decree

The events will be held every two years in St. Petersburg In a landmark and unique step the future of the NEVA Exhibition & Conference Programmes has been adopted permanently into the list of State Legislative Acts of the Russian Federation. By Decree of the State Office of the RF Prime Minister, the NEVA Exhibitions and Conferences now form part of the above list. It is stated in the Decree

How to trade internationally

Online show will give tips on trading overseas Watch a live show from Santander on November 25 for tips on how to start trading overseas. British businesses could be missing out on international trade opportunities due to lack of confidence or understanding of what support is available. Have you considered trading internationally, but weren’t sure where to begin? Whether you want to import or export goods or services, you need

EU-Japan Free Trade Agreement discussions

JBCE applauds the results of the EU-Japan summit in Tokyo On November 19, The Presidents of the European Council and the European Commission, Herman Van Rompuy and José Manuel Barroso, met Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo, at the 21st EU-Japan Summit in Tokyo. Leaders reiterated their commitment to the earliest possible conclusion of a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the two regions. The Japan Business Council in Europe

Coface risk assessments

Emerging Asia & growing risks linked to household debt Soaring consumption due to expansion of the Middle Class Asian economies have weathered the double blow of the global crisis of 2008-2009 and that of the sovereign debt of the Eurozone, due notably to dynamic household consumption and growth in the middle class. For example, since 1995 consumption per capita has almost tripled in China and has more than doubled in

IAG Cargo provides relief to the Philippines

In the wake of Typhoon Haiyan Following the devastating damage caused by Typhoon Haiyan, IAG Cargo, part of the IAG Group, has offered aid agencies the use of a freighter aircraft to fly emergency aid and supplies to the Philippines. A Boeing 747 freighter with capacity for up to 120 tonnes of cargo is scheduled to fly out to the stricken country on Monday, November 18. It will be carrying

Wim Bosman Group selects Kewill MOVE

To optimise multimodal transportation business The Wim Bosman Group, a European logistics services provider offering integrated warehousing, transport and distribution solutions, has selected a multimodal transport management system (TMS) from Kewill. The software, which is part of the Kewill MOVE™ platform – a comprehensive end-to-end solution for managing the complexities of transportation, logistics and trade compliance, will enable Wim Bosman to increase automation, improve visibility and optimise efficiency across its high

IAG Cargo announces Q3 financial results

Commercial revenue of €256 million  IAG Cargo today announces its Q3 results from July 1 to September 30, 2013, reporting commercial revenue (flown revenue plus fuel surcharges) of €256 million, a decrease of 14.1% against the same period last year. Changes in exchange rates, in particular the strengthening of the Euro against other currencies over the last year, have had a significant impact on revenues. At a constant exchange rate,

Irish Ferries announces increase in capacity

Increased capacity on its Dublin to Holyhead route Irish Ferries is to increase its capacity and frequency on the Dublin to Holyhead route through the introduction of a third ship in December 2013. Currently, the ferry company operates eight sailings per day on the key Irish Sea route using its flagship Ulysses and the High Speed Craft Jonathan Swift. Irish Ferries has chartered the Epsilon (2011 built) to supplement its