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Monthly Archives: September, 2011

Cebu is next port for radiation-detection equipment

The United States government plans to equip the Port of Cebu in southern Philippines with radiation-detection equipment by 2013. US Department of Energy (DOE) representative...

PH terminal operators push early cargo-handling rate hike

PHILIPPINE terminal operators International Container Terminal Services, Inc (ICTSI) and Asian Terminals, Inc (ATI) are pushing for implementation of higher vessel-related cargo-handling rates as...

PH truckers carry 10% more cargo in Jan-Aug

Member truckers of the Confederation of Truckers Association of the Philippines (CTAP) carried 10% more cargo for the first eight months of the year. The...

July exports up marginally

PHILIPPINE export earnings in July 2011 inched up 1.7% from $4.505 billion to $4.430 billion year on year, according to the National Statistics Office. Month-on-month,...

Management Changes at GAC

Dubai, 19 September 2011 – The GAC Group has announced two key management appointments in Dubai, United Arab Emirates for its group and local operations. Until recently GAC’s...

The Use of Social Networks

I want to share with our readers today a very interesting article on the LinkedIn networking site about a recent study made by InSites...

Maersk revamps 7 Asia-Mediterranean services

Maersk Line announced changes to its Far East-Mediterranean network from mid-September that are intended to improve its service. “With the new services we will be able...

Panalpina upgrades to latest-generation cargo aircraft

Freight forwarder Panalpina and Atlas Air have signed a new multi-year aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance (ACMI) contract for two leading-edge technology Boeing 747-8Fs...

Singapore Airlines Cargo adds Jakarta service

Singapore Airlines (SIA) Cargo has added Jakarta to its freighter network after increasing its weekly frequencies to Auckland, Shanghai, Sydney, and Xiamen. The new once-a-week Boeing...

China’s globalization to alter balance of power among supply chains

The next 10 years may see China shifting from low-cost supplier of cheap goods for OEMs to producer of its own global brands, with...
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