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A visit to the Multimodal fair in the UK

As part of our push to increase our international profile and at the same time obtain new partnerships to be able and offer our local customers the best possible service and rates, our Managing Director David Abela visited the Multimodal fair which was held in Birmingham, UK between the 9th and 12th May. All the

We are recruiting! – Logistics Assistant

In view of our ever increasing expansion, a new vacancy has arisen in our Operations Department for a LOGISTICS ASSISTANT. The selected person will be responsible to deal with European suppliers in order to organise shipments on behalf of our customers both by email and phone. Typical activities for this post include: • Making first

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BREAKING NEWS: Freighter flights resume at Brussels Airport

Freighter flights have resumed today at Brussels Zaventem Airport, although it remains closed to all passenger traffic following yesterday’s deadly terrorist attacks. As Lloyd's Loading List was going to press, a cargo source at Brussels Airport said landside cargo operations had resumed this morning, “and the airport will open again for full cargo flights operating

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Brussels airport closed after terrorist attack

Forwarding and express firms based at Brussels Zaventem Airport are preparing contingency plans after a deadly terrorist attack this morning at the passenger terminal of Belgium’s main airport caused all flights and airside cargo operations to be suspended. Kevin Nash, managing director of Kuehne + Nagel Belgium, told Lloyd's Loading List that several of the

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Poland continues to dominate EU road freight

Poland has consolidated its position as Europe’s leading international road haulage nation, according to the latest annual figures published by France’s road freight data agency, the Comité National Routier (CNR). According to figures published this week, Polish trucking firms clocked up 154,303 million tonne kilometres of international traffic movements in the most recent year where

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Freight Forwarders gloomy over China’s 2016 prospects

Freight Forwarders serving China are gloomy about prospects for 2016 after a series of economic forecasts painted a bleak picture. Earlier this week the International Monetary Fund predicted a further slowing of China’s economy in the next two years, with growth of 6.3% predicted for this year and 6% in 2017. This followed confirmation that

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Calais at ‘unprecedented’ crisis point for freight truck drivers

Violent scenes witnessed yesterday in and around Calais have been described as “unprecedented” by the Freight Transport Association (FTA).  Touring the Eurotunnel facilities on what was expected to be the busiest day of the year for vehicles travelling through Calais, the FTA’s manager for road freight and enforcement policy Chris Yarsley said he saw thousands of migrants attacking trucks as

  • Channel Tunnel Terminal - Eurotunnel truck shuttle ‘at maximum capacity’

Eurotunnel truck shuttle ‘at maximum capacity’

Eurotunnel’s truck shuttle is operating at maximum capacity almost full-time this week as the rush to get goods to stores in the UK before Christmas reaches its peak. “We have got six truck shuttles per hour constantly at the moment and this frequency will probably be maintained until Friday, when things are likely to start

Give a warm welcome to our newest Trailer addition!

Early next week, we will be taking delivery of our latest trailer addition to our fleet, bringing the total to 16. We can hopefully continue increasing the number for the New Year so we can keep on improving the level of service we give to our customers. For quotes or inquiries, please contact us on

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Freight Rates Rebound Ahead of December GRIs

Asia-Europe carriers have been granted some relief with news that their planned general rate increases for the start of December have been partly accepted by the market. With demand growth still worryingly low and overcapacity on routes from Asia to Europe rife, there were concerns that the spot market would largely reject the latest round