Amazon has 'too many aircraft', so aims 767s at a foray into LatAm
Amazon Air is set to place four 767-300Fs in Miami to ply routes to South ...
You’ve got to be kidding? David Beckham vs the freight industry? Apparently yes – yesterday the Miami Herald ran a full-page advertisement from an organisation calling itself the Miami Seaport Alliance, which is opposing proposals put forward by the former England soccer captain to build a new football stadium in the port area as part of his plans to launch a team in the city. Port vs City ruckuses are always fun to watch – and with some local dockworker unions a part of the ‘no’ camp, this promises to be a cracker.
Container shipping can see ‘green shoots’ of freight demand recovery
Supply chains 'finally beginning to stabilise', says Maersk
B: China, Brazil strike deal to ditch dollar for trade
Forwarding M&A round-up: plenty of action making smaller headlines
ONE becomes joint-owner of Seaspan Corp in $11bn takeover
Some ocean trades stabilising, but transatlantic rates still falling
DB Schenker sale – storm clouds gathering
Maersk 'on a journey' as it snaps up frozen foods logistics specialist
Another rail strike in Germany to add to European freight troubles
Maersk says posted data is not current and not from attack by hackers
Older freighters look set for the scrap heap as capacity oversupply looms
Shippers reject carriers' opposition to ending anti-trust rules
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