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Thu 24 July 2014





APM Terminals Virginia, the deep-water terminal in Portsmouth, Virginia, was commissioned in 2007 at a cost of US$540 million and later leased to the Virginia Port Authority
Maersk port arm to sell terminal in Virginia
Port operator APM Terminals, a unit of Denmark's A P Moller-Maersk, said it would sell a big US container terminal to infrastructure investor Alinda Capital Partners and a British private pension fund.
Agility wins major gas event contract
DXB back on track after reopening northern runway
Dubai Airports has resumed full operations at Dubai International Airport (DXB) following
Jet Airways looking to restructure debts
Kaohsiung Port see 16.7% surge in June throughput
With Taiwan's exports surging due to the simmering global economy, as well as promotions o
Vinalines joint ventures struggle to restructure debts
Fifteen Group acquires FedEx distribution facility
Miami-based Fifteen Group has completed the US$19 million acquisition of 200 South Miami A
Panalpina posts solid first-half growth

Pressure builds on CP to move grain
Canadian Pacific (CP), one of two main railroad operators serving the upper Midwest in the
Canadian railway profit soars on record volumes

Aer Lingus CEO heads for departure gate
Aer Lingus chief executive Christoph Mueller intends to remain in Ireland and continue his
CEVA appoints COO for contract logistics

Ground handlers key to yields
Air Canada upbeat about new destination
Etihad adds another freighter to fleet in expansion drive
Cash infusion will help Air China Cargo to modernise fleet
Forwarders ‘need incentives for e-freight’
Step-by-step to paperless processes
view point
India-China trade boom on the horizon
Goodbye P3, hello 2M, say Maersk and MSC
Putting all goods on one big ship is risky
US ports ready for strike as talks continue
Australian crocs flown to new home in Dubai
News Round-up
Special Feature
New challenges for supply chain firms
Maersk reefer technology helps cut CO2 emissions
Political situation puts Laem Chabang upgrade on hold

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