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Fri 18 April 2014





Hapag-Lloyd operates about 150 ships, competing head-on with the P3 partners on the Asia-Europe, transatlantic and transpacific routes
Hapag-Lloyd merger creates 4th largest line
German container shipper Hapag-Lloyd and its Chilean peer Compania Sud Americana de Vapores have signed a binding merger agreement that will create the world's fourth-largest container-shipping company in terms of capacity.
China QI express delivery volume up 51%
PACTL sets new tonnage records
Shanghai Pudong Int’l Airport Cargo Terminal Co Ltd (PACTL) achieved tonnage growth of 17.
Jet Airways orders more fuel-efficient planes
Cargo ship blown ashore in windy bay
A thunderstorm with wind gusts of more than 70 mph ripped a cargo ship's anchors from the
Charleston volume up sharply in March
Japanese firm to set up logistics venture in Vietnam
Japanese Meito Transportation has signed a contract with Toda Industries Vietnam to set up
Partnership extends reach of Italian logistics providers

CSX profit feels winter chill in Q1
CSX Corp first-quarter earnings fell 14 percent as winter-related disruptions contributed
CN Rail to reach grain target, says CEO

Coyne Airways appoints COO
Coyne Airways has appointed Liana Coyne as chief operating officer as part of a restructur
Geodis Wilson gets vertical market director

Frankfurt aims to become perishables hub
K+N seeks to expand aerospace portfolio
Cargo crime soars 66%
Le Havre receives the biggest reefer vessel
News Round-Up
Special Feature
Express firms expect to outperform other airlines again in 2014
. . . but e-commerce puts strain on margins
Hanjing and Hyundai bank on alliances
Carriers extend coverage of Asia-Mideast trade
Passage of TPA will help fast-track key deals with members
China pushing for establishment of BCIM corridor
Zim to quit Asia-N Europe trade
Strikes add to Canadian gateway woes
Capacity drags down air and ocean carriers
view point
Mode shift a long-term trend that began as early as 2005
Cover Story
Relief as Asia-Europe rates rise
CNA 11Apr - 19Jun

Capacity drags down air and ocean carriers
Shipping lines and air cargo operators are facing the same profitability-destroying problem: Overcapacity.

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