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Bolt launches Operation in Port Harcourt

Bolt (formerly Taxify), the leading on-demand transportation network platform in Africa, has launched operations in Port Harcourt. The expansion brings Bolt’s cities in Nigeria to a total of eight. The service is already well established in Lagos, Abuja, Ibadan, Owerri, Benin City, Calabar and Uyo. After successfully launching in seven

To Beat Uber And Lyft, This Startup Vows To Give Its Drivers The Full Fare

Nomad Rides cofounders Michael McHugh (left) and Daniel Jones (right) launched the ride-hailing platform at Indiana University Bloomington.   Uber and Lyft have handily deflected any competition so far. Together, the two ride-hailing giants capture more than 98% of market spending, according to analytics company Second Measure. Commissions for each ride comprise a significant

FedEx Drops Ground Delivery for Amazon, Can UPS Be Far Behind?

The first shoe FedEx dropped over Amazon.com's ambition to become a full-fledged transportation and logistics carrier was not renewing its Express contract with the e-commerce giant for package delivery. Now the next shoe has fallen: FedEx said it will not renew its contract for ground delivery for Amazon. FedEx maintains the changing relationship "is consistent with our

Carriers consider ordering mega containerships

  Evergreen, Hapag-Lloyd, Yang Ming and COSCO all are said to be weighing new ship orders.   Evergreen and COSCO, along with COSCO affiliate OOCL and CMA CGM, are all members of the Ocean Alliance; Hapag-Lloyd, Yang Ming and Ocean Network Express are members of THE Alliance. The Danish website ShippingWatch said it had “market sources

FedEx’s Breakup With Amazon – What is means

Amazon no longer needs FedEx. But that's actually not so bad for the shipping company, which is cutting ties with the e-commerce giant. In many ways, these two companies had long been using each other, all the while knowing that a breakup was inevitable. So now that FedEx has opted to not renew

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