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Dockworkers’ industrial action cripples activities at Lagos ports as negotiation continues

Commercial activities at the Lagos Port Complex remain crippled by the ongoing industrial action embarked on by members of the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) over non-payment of wages and bonus by the management of international oil companies. The strike was embarked on at the instance of the executive

Airports underperform industry cargo growth in December first look

Budapest airport cargo terminal   December cargo throughput results for the world’s airport are still trickling in, but early analysis indicates an overall diminished peak season for air freight. With only a couple of exceptions in Europe and Asia, volumes and traffic across most airports posted year-over-year declines in volume for December,

DHL Supply Chain invests in automated technology to combat e-commerce challenges

  If you haven’t heard yet, e-commerce is having a significant impact on supply chains worldwide, especially during the current peak-season ramp-up. According to DHL, automation, in the form of robotics, artificial intelligence, self-driving vehicles and other technologies, can be the solution to handling the increase in volume. DHL Supply Chain, a

Amazon will impact U.S. Postal Service, Not FedEx – Fred Smith, CEO & Chairman Of FedEx Corp.

A package of the FedEx courier delivery services company is pictured in this June 8, 2017 illustration photo. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso/Illustration       On a recent trip to FedEx’s Asia Pacific headquarters, the company’s CEO stopped by Bloomberg to talk all things trade and Amazon. Fred Smith, founder, chairman and CEO of Memphis-based FedEx Corp.,

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