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Sat 17 May 2014
CNA 01May - 31May





The disappearance of Flight 370 in early March resulted in Malaysia Airlines’ ticket sales plunging
Malaysia Airlines sinks deeper in the red
Malaysia's flag carrier sank deeper in losses in the first quarter as ticket sales plunged after the disappearance of Flight 370 in early March, worsening an already weak period.
DHL Express helps lift parent’s profit
CNA 24Mar - 31Dec
Harsh weather, weak dollar widens Air Canada loss
Air Canada said tough winter weather and a weaker Canadian dollar pushed it deeper into th
KAL, Asiana Airlines enjoy an improved Q1
CMA CGM and NileDutch in vessel sharing deal
Two container shipping lines, CMA CGM and NileDutch, have concluded a vessel sharing agree
London Gateway second berth begins operations
Geodis Wilson in Bahrain venture
Freight forwarding company Geodis Wilson has formed a joint venture partnership with regio
Toll freight facility gets PM’s approval

CNA 01Apr - 19Jun
Gefco's new train route links China ports to Europe
Gefco Group, the international arm of Russian Railways specialising in automotive and indu
Watchdog halts probe into CN Rail pricing

CEVA names air freight COO
CEVA Logistics, a supply chain management company, has appointed Michael Schaecher as chie
London Heathrow gets new CEO

Cathay bets on North America with Columbus service launch
Lufthansa cautious on capacity deployment
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Shippers face more delays, longer transits
Cover Story
Cargolux unveils dual hub scheme
Mixed response on CSAV joining G6 in wake of tie-up
Overcapacity to worsen as more big ships arrive
We must prepare for challenges – PSA
India launches four terminal projects to double box capacity
New crane expected to take ports by storm
Virgin Atlantic Cargo joins Easter egg hunt
News Round-up
Special Feature
Pressure grows on measurement of carbon emissions
Rail shake-up expected to help cut supply chain costs
Desert cargo carriers keep piling it up
DP World sees strong potential for growth in region
Last Stop
All eyes on conversion of Boeing 737-800
AEI first to go ahead with the freighter programme

QUOTES In time, a foreign investment is the only solution to make sure that the Qantas brand and its viability remains very strong Andrew Robb, Australia Trade and Investment Minister, on plans to ask Emirates Airline to invest in Qantas • •

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