DOT Announces $1.5B in Grants for Port, Road and Rail Projects

Cautious Optimism Extends into 2019 Airlines Heading for A Decade in the Black

Italy Announces National Airspace Strategy

Indian Register of Shipping wins two prestigious awards at separate ceremonies

EU Adds First Overseas Yards to Ship Recycling List

Passenger Demand Rebounds in October

Air Freight Marks Modest Growth in October, Up 3.1%

MSC Announces New Bunker Recovery Charge

China Trials Coastwise LNG Transport by Container Ship

Finnair to add capacity on both Moscow and St. Petersburg routes

Industry reaffirms commitment to decarbonise with a 2050 vision

WTO Analyses Potential Impact of Blockchain on International Trade

Foundation stone ceremony for second Ostseekai terminal building

Maximizing the Economic Benefits of Air Transport in Colombia

Bolivian River Port Offers Alternative Route to Sea

Hamburg Süd receives prestigious Global Freight Award Award in the Environment category

Greenpeace Regrets Ship Recycling Choice

Agreement on Minimum Wage for Seafarers Announced

logitrans 2018 Confirms Turkey as a Logistics Hub

Strong growth in railborne seaport-hinterland transport

Imperial Logistics replaces heavy-duty fleet for 3 million tonne steel contract

Panama looks to build logistics business along the canal as transits and transhipments boom

ICS Warns of Isolationism's Risk to World Trade

Asian seafaring nations announce first ever Manila Statement on the Fair Treatment of Seafarers

First Airspace Strategy for Poland Published

U.S. Retail Imports Slow Down

Bigger share of modal split envisaged for inland shipping in the Baltic Sea Region

Palau lines up with BIMCO

U.S. Sanctions On Iranian Shipping Resume

Palau marks its presence in Dubai

Traffic Growth Slows in September

Nearly Half of All 2018 Scheduled Deliveries Still at Yards

Mixed picture behind 2% Increase in September Air Freight Growth

Indian Register of Shipping plays central role at INMARCO

HDPE Work Boats – the solution for the Marine & Oil and Gas Market

Bulk Market Correction Comes at a Price

Hong Kong has potential to be an even more attractive international arbitration hub

Quarterly figures: Containers segment continues to grow; decrease in bulk throughput


Hill Dickinson Hong Kong boosts shipping practice

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