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Fri 25 April 2014





 

 

 

 



Delta reported a profit of $213 million for the first quarter, up from $7 million a year earlier
Delta profit soars despite cancelling of 17,000 trips
Delta Air Lines overcame severe weather disruptions to post record first-quarter earnings and the airline said it is turning its sights to loftier financial goals.
Boeing profit up as plane orders take off
Mexican airport operator Asur posts higher Q1 profit
Mexican airport operator Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste, which operates the Cancun airpor
Small German airport Luebeck files for insolvency
Danang Port tonnage up 37% in Q1
Danang Port in central Vietnam handled more than 1.3 million tonnes of cargo in the first
Jebel Ali orders equipment from Kalmar
DHL opens Tokyo logistics centre
DHL Supply Chain held a ceremony to mark the opening of its Sagamihara Logistics Centre, a
DHL awarded Scania distribution contract

CN Rail earnings up despite rough weather
Canadian National Railway said higher volumes and a lower Canadian dollar helped to offset
CP Rail profit up despite harsh winter

DHL promotions in Africa
DHL Global Forwarding has promoted two African country heads to take regional roles in a c
TNT Express appoints new CFO


Aviation
Frankfurt aims to become perishables hub
K+N seeks to expand aerospace portfolio
Logistics
Cargo crime soars 66%
News
Le Havre receives the biggest reefer vessel
News Round-Up
Special Feature
Express firms expect to outperform other airlines again in 2014
. . . but e-commerce puts strain on margins
Hanjing and Hyundai bank on alliances
Carriers extend coverage of Asia-Mideast trade
Passage of TPA will help fast-track key deals with members
China pushing for establishment of BCIM corridor
Shipping
Zim to quit Asia-N Europe trade
Strikes add to Canadian gateway woes
Comment
Capacity drags down air and ocean carriers
QUOTES
view point
Mode shift a long-term trend that began as early as 2005
Cover Story
Relief as Asia-Europe rates rise
CNA 11Apr - 19Jun

Capacity drags down air and ocean carriers
Shipping lines and air cargo operators are facing the same profitability-destroying problem: Overcapacity.






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