Whack, whack whack: it's my winter almanac
Goodbye 2022 … uh oh, here comes 2023
If that headline doesn’t draw in readers then, frankly, we don’t know what would… As traders in the region well know – particularly in Dubai through which so much of Iran’s imports are shipped – years of pent-up demand in Iran will at some point be unleashed, and when it does there will be a bonanza for transport companies and logistics operators which are well-positioned to serve this market of 80m people. And the removal of sanctions could also have a dramatic effect on the oil price.
WestJet will 'disrupt' Canada with three 737Fs, but rivals aren't scared
West coast ports suffering as US container imports plunge by 37%
Cost-cutting FedEx Express to retire MD-11s for B767s and 777s
The 'mother of all BAFs' looms for shippers as green targets advance
First shipper uses new land-air corridor ex-India for Bangladesh exports
Carriers turn their gaze back to scrubbers as voyage results tumble
Maersk idles more ships while NOOs see a rebound in demand
Billund sees launch of Maersk Air China link – 'a start-up on steroids'
The parcel empires strike back as smaller players take stock
CMA CGM eyes car-carrier market boom as liners are ready to invest
Forwarding M&A round-up: plenty of action making smaller headlines
DSV buys in Arizona to boost services and cross-border LatAm trade
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