There is considerable market demand for international rail shuttle services. Green Cargo and the Belgium firm, Lineas, have increased the number of train departures on the popular direct route, Belgium Direct, between Sweden and Belgium for existing and new customers. On January 12, the fourth shuttle started between the countries and volumes on the trains is increasing.


API interfaces ‘GetCapacity’ and ‘GetRates’ provide access to capacity and rate data

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has launched an innovative new solution for the air cargo industry: Dangerous Goods AutoCheck (DG AutoCheck) that will enhance safety and improve efficiency in the transport of dangerous goods by air and support the industry’s goal of a fully digitized supply chain.

Poised for serious growth, Asia Pacific has over 40,000km rail projects that are currently being constructed and planned. On 20-21 March at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, the 20th Annual Asia Pacific Rail will welcome over

Subsea Industries’ NACE coatings inspector Manuel Hof explains why shipowners can no longer afford to gloss over the marine environment issue

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) highlighted four priorities for the future success of the air cargo industry: accelerating the digitization of the supply chain, enforcing regulations for lithium batteries, more efficient trade facilitation and developing the next generation of air cargo leaders.

22nd Kazakhstan International Transport & Logistics Exhibition


Rostock and Kiel expect 1.3 million cruise passengers

The adoption of digital technologies is now increasing within the global container shipping industry as new technologies prove themselves to offer greater visibility, overcoming the current challenges of poor data, information silos and high costs being faced by the industry. The ‘New Technologies to Optimise the Container Logistics Market’ Forum will take place at Intermodal Asia 2018, exploring the progress made so far and looking to the future for platform collaboration and digitisation in container logistics. Given the continued slowdown in the global economy, technology has become an important driver for growth and for many traditional industry players, the message is to either upgrade to compete effectively or risk being left behind.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for January 2018 showing traffic (revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) rose 4.6% compared to January 2017. This was the slowest year-over-year increase in nearly four years, but results were affected by temporary factors including the later timing of the Lunar New Year in 2018 as well as less favorable comparisons with the strong upward trend in traffic seen in late 2016-early 2017.

Sea tourism enjoys growing popularity in Schleswig-Holstein

The partnership should precipitate innovation through cooperation with maritime start-ups

‘Over the air’ updates of e-learning material to improve crews’ knowledge and qualifications

Last year the port of Dublin received 210,000 cruise visitors, fully one third more than the year before, and a record 127 cruise ships called in the first nine months of the year. Ferry passenger traffic also rose, reaching a total of 1,850,000 people.


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