Liege loses as FedEx boosts Paris CDG hub with 1,000 new jobs
The completion of the integration of TNT’s air network sees FedEx Express reinforcing the role ...
March 21, 2014 – TNT Express will deliver documents and parcels by bike in The Hague, the Netherlands, during the international Nuclear Security Summit (24-25 March). It will also use cargo bikes and motorbikes to make collections and final mile deliveries in areas that are off-limits for vans. This includes various business districts around the international Schiphol Airport. A bike deliver is able to ride at a speed of 35 km/hour (21 mph).
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