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DHL Express launches express Mexico-U.S. flights for pharma

Mexico - DHL Express has launched multiple expedited Mexico-U.S. flights – serving Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey to “most U.S. destinations” – addressing a demand for transportation of pharmaceuticals and biomedical shipments to Central and South America. The logistics giant’s DHL Worldwide Medical Express (WMX) service, launched in 2014, offers dry

U.S. ports expect record imports in July

The Port of Long Beach “Imports from China and elsewhere are expected to continue to grow for the foreseeable future,” says National Retail Federation.   Major container ports across the United States are expected to set a new import record in July, fueled by increasing consumer demand and rising retail sales, according to

Freight Demand growth slowed in May, as protectionist policies loom – IATA

May reports from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and WorldACD show that the 2017 heyday of double-digit growth rates in the global air freight market are officially returning to normal levels. The organization said freight tonne kilometers (FTKs) increased by a moderate 4.2 percent, year-over-year, for the month of

SINGAPORE POST SIGNS LOGISTICS AND WAREHOUSING CONTRACT WITH SPECIALIZED BICYCLES

Singapore Post (SingPost) has signed a logistics and warehousing contract with Specialized Bicycle Components. In a statement issued yesterday (5 July), SingPost said the three-year tie-up will see Specialized moving its regional warehousing operations from Hong Kong to SingPost’s regional logistics facility at the Tampines Logistics Park. As Specialized’s officially appointed Logistics and Warehouse

DHL Freight opens new facility in Manisa, Turkey

Uwe Brinks, CEO DHL Freight, Hasan Kavci, Managing Director, DHL Freight Turkey and other dignitaries at the opening ceremony. DHL’s Freight division opened on Thursday its 38,000-square-meter warehouse in Manisa, Turkey, in response to a growing demand for logistics services near the nearby port city of Izmir. Uwe Brinks, CEO of DHL Freight,

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