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Fri 30 May 2014
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SingPost and Alibaba have signed an agreement to develop a joint venture related to international e-commerce logistics
Alibaba acquires 10.35% stake in SingPost
China tech giant Alibaba is buying a slice of Singapore Post – a sign that the postal services company's transformation into an e-commerce and logistics firm is making waves.
ZIM cuts back first quarter loss
CNA 01May - 31May
Dreamliner allowed to fly for more than five hours
Boeing Co said that US air-safety regulators cleared its 787-8 Dreamliner to operate on a
EVA Air extends Fraport handling contract
Lines shy away from Iran despite deal to ease sanctions
Global shipping lines are increasingly shying away from handling cargoes to Iran as restri
Napier makes record profit despite difficult month
Mainfreight posts record profit after bumpy ride
Trucking and logistics business Mainfreight has taken up arms against a sea of troubles at
WiseTech gives ACS Logistics tools for growth

CNA 01Apr - 19Jun
CN Rail moving crop shipments at record pace
Canadian National Railway, Canada's largest rail carrier, said it is exceeding grain-shipm
Jobs cut as Asciano starts restructuring

UT1 gets news sales VP
UTi Worldwide, a supply chain services and solutions company, has appointed Jeff Hammond a
Metro Ports appoints interim president

Cargo airlines need to wean themselves off hi-tech goods
Airline body proposes lithium battery ban
It is too expensive to set up business in China – UK firm
Johor’s Iskandar aims to become supply chain hub
DHL uses copter to beat LA traffic bottlenecks
News Round-up
Special Feature
Funds injected to boost cargo throughput
AF-KL-MP considers grounding its freighter fleet
Bid to lift rates on Latin East Coast route
Problems dog Asian ports but prospects bright, say experts
Racking up cars in a container
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Carriers confident of growth in cargo
Cover Story
Top China lines forge closer ties

Hanjin Shipping has overcome a number of crises in the past, and I believe we can also overcome the difficulties that we face if we move forward together Cho Yang-ho, Hanjing Group and Hanjin Shipping CEO, on the management shake-up after a

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