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February 13, 2017


Love is in the Air

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, global flower shipments are having a big impact on air cargo business.

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February 13, 2017


China’s Logistics Sector Stable for January

China's logistics performance index (LPI) for January came in at 52.5, down 3.5 points from a month earlier, according to the China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing. Even with the slight decline, observers believe the economy is stabilizing.

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February 13, 2017


Germany Hits Record Trade Surplus

Germany's trade surplus (the balance of exports and imports of goods) increased to 252.9 billion euros ($270 billion), marking the highest surplus since such recordkeeping began after World War II.

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February 8, 2017


Pharma and Perishables Enjoying New Amenities

Air Cargo News reports that pharmaceuticals and produce are taking advantage of new cold chain logistics opportunities. Maersk Line announced that it has reinforced its commitment to providing solutions for refrigerated cargo trade at Fruit Logistica in Berlin. The company recently ordered…

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February 2, 2017


Hanjin Appears Close to Liquidation Stage

A Seoul court has decided to end the bankruptcy protection of Hanjin Shipping, bringing the world's No. 7 shipping company to an end. The Seoul Central District Court ruled to end the receivership, and the court will likely rule for liquidation…

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