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Monthly Archives: July, 2018

Container Tracking Technology Implementation Updates

More than 5 years ago—January 2012 to be exact—I wrote an article here in PortCalls entitled “Container Tracking Technology Implementation in the Philippines” wherein...

Mega expo to showcase latest in transport and logistics

Considered catalysts of economic growth in the Philippines, the transport and logistics sectors stand to benefit greatly from the government’s Build, Build, Build program....

Boeing posts strong second quarter, raises revenue guidance

The Boeing Company reported higher revenue for the second quarter of the year, registering US$24.3 billion, up 5% from the second quarter of 2017,...

Global freight forwarding logs largest growth since 2010

The global freight forwarding market posted its biggest growth in seven years in 2017 even as the industry’s traditional players are embracing technology to...

Technology Blurring Line Separating Large and Small Freight Companies

New technological trends are emerging in the logistics market that would be a game changer for the industry. Warehouse, transportation and last-mile delivery are...

Marshals

  Whenever I wrote about supply chain—whether it be for this column, for SCMAP’s magazine Supply Chain Philippines, or elsewhere—I lately tend to avoid referring...

Air cargo market growth slows in June—AAPA

Asia-Pacific airlines saw further growth in international air cargo demand in June year-on-year, but at a more moderate pace, in step with the slower...

Transport industry stalwarts gather for Visayas, Mindanao shipping conferences on Aug 2-3

Shipping and customs stakeholders are set to convene at the 2nd Visayas Shipping Conference 2018 and 3rd Mindanao Shipping Conference 2018 to discuss trade...

Port congestion announcement should come from proposed multisectoral body

The announcement of the existence of port congestion should come from a multi-sectoral agency whose creation was recently proposed by Philippine port stakeholders. This...

First A350 jet delivered as PAL extends reach of nonstop long-haul flights

Philippine Airlines (PAL) has accepted delivery of the first of six Airbus A350 aircraft orders, to be used in the flag carrier’s long-haul operations. PAL,...
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