Dnata invests in solar energy at Changi Airport

dnata, a leading global air and travel services provider, continues to invest in infrastructure and equipment to further improve resource efficiency globally. The company has installed a 3.5 megawatt-peak rooftop solar power system across its operations, including its cargo and catering facilities, at Changi Airport (SIN). The rooftop power plant comprises of over 6,500 individual solar […]

Flying taxis, the future is here. Air-One, opens in Coventry, UK, heralding a new age of zero-emission transport

Urban-Air Port® opens Air-One®, a world-first demonstration of a fully-operational hub for future electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) vehicles – such as air taxis – and autonomous delivery drones, to demonstrate the potential of advanced air mobility globally.   Air-One® will demonstrate how advanced air mobility can cut congestion and air pollution and support […]

U.S. Ports Expect Surge from China’s COVID Lockdowns

The U.S. should brace for another surge in the supply-chain crisis as manufacturers in Asia reopen their factories from Covid-19 lockdowns, causing new delays at American ports, the chief representative for West Coast port operators said.  There’s been a lull in trade flows as China has used strict lockdowns in cities and major trade hubs, […]

Russian commodities still flowing west in vast quantities despite embargo.

The difficulties of enforcing sanctions against Russia are becoming increasingly evident with a host of foreign shipowners still making a fortune shifting commodities out of the world’s largest nation on day 57 of the invasion of Ukraine. Data from shipping platform Sea/ shows a total of 474 ships across all segments are due to call […]

$120m worth of HSFO in Singapore found to be contaminated

Singapore’s contaminated fuel outbreak is likely to cost tens of millions of dollars and keep lawyers busy for years to come.Fuel tester VPS has confirmed a total of 60 high sulphur fuel oil-consuming (HSFO) ships have been hit, with the fuel found to be contaminated with chlorinated hydrocarbons. All 60 ships bunkered with just two […]

Traders Reroute Coffee Ships Away From Russia

By Marcelo Teixeira (Reuters) – Traders are diverting coffee shipments that were initially expected to go to Russia, and some have stopped selling to that market altogether, attendees at a U.S. coffee conference said. Although food trade is not included in sanctions imposed on Russia after its invasion of Ukraine, difficulties in processing payments from […]

477  Bulk Cargo Ships Are Stuck Waiting To Enter China

Dotting the sea off Chinese ports are 477 bulk cargo ships waiting to deliver resources from metal ore to grain into the country. Queues of vessels carrying raw materials have jumped after Shanghai initiated a city-wide lockdown at the end of last month to combat Covid-19. More than two weeks on, the congestion has expanded […]

Maersk Launches Air Cargo Division

Maersk Launches Air Cargo Division Maersk (Maersk) announces Maersk Air Cargo as the company´s main air freight offering serving the logistics needs of its clients with integrated logistics. At the same time Maersk chooses Denmark’s second largest airport, Billund, as its air freight hub for Maersk Air Cargo with daily flights creating several jobs in […]

Why an Azerbaijan cargo airline is flying to Cincinnati each week

Why an Azerbaijan cargo airline is flying to Cincinnati each week Why an Azerbaijan cargo airline is flying to Cincinnati each week Crane Worldwide Logistics is renting entire jets to bring goods from Asia and Europe to the Midwest Like most freight agents and logistics managers, Crane Worldwide Logistics doesn’t want to own aircraft, vessels […]