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Apart from SIA Cargo, which reduced its losses from $32 million last year to $14.5 million, all other businesses did worse
SIA profit nosedives due to stiff competition
Earnings at Singapore Airlines (SIA) plummeted by 71 percent to US$28 million in the first quarter as the carrier was again battered by intense competition.
MOL Logistics opens third HK warehouse
Airbus CEO shrugs off concerns over titanium supply
Airbus Group chief executive Tom Enders said the company isn't concerned about supply disr
Etihad Cargo starts Hanoi freighter flights
AAL to add Long Beach to Pacific service
Austral Asia Line is expanding the pendulum general cargo and project cargo liner service
Chennai Port to revive outer harbour project
FIATA documents go digital
The anticipated and eagerly awaited digital FIATA documents are now a reality. The digital
UPS doubles carbon goal for 2020

Norfolk Southern Q2 profit rises 21%
Norfolk Southern Corp said its second-quarter earnings rose 21 percent on broad revenue gr
Pressure builds on CP to move grain

Aer Lingus CEO heads for departure gate
Aer Lingus chief executive Christoph Mueller intends to remain in Ireland and continue his
CEVA appoints COO for contract logistics

US Customs takes steps to strengthen security
Lufthansa still wary on pick-up in demand
Cologne/Bonn expects 2014 to be better
Nippon Cargo drops freight shipments at door of forwarder
E-commerce flows stumble at border due to Customs
Ruslan pulls out all stops to meet deadline
News Round-up
Special Feature
Major shift to low-cost nations or US
Evergreen adds clout to alliance as more mega ships delivered
Port of Rotterdam maintains volumes in first six months
Last Stop
Texas energy boom offers key manufacturing opportunity
United helps cargo clients track emissions
CMA CGM finds itself out in the cold
New rail facility gives Port Everglades an edge
view point
Assessing market share is a nightmare
Cover Story
Mixed feelings on peak season

There is still a lot of work to be done in terms of profitability, especially in ocean freight, where it will take some time to make it to calmer waters Peter Ulber, CEO of Panalpina, on the two percent increase in gross profit and EBIT to $863.

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