July 31 - Declining in value by 3.3 percent from 2012, the global freight forwarding market is facing major challenges as it fights to stay viable in a changing global environment, says Transport Intelligence.
July 31 - Ports America is to purchase a 30 percent stake in International Transportation Service (ITS) through a strategic partnership with "K" Line (Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha).
|July 31 - Dubai based Fleet Line Shipping (FLS) has transported a dismantled rig with a volume of about 11,000 cu m from Sattahip in Thailand to Oman's Sohar Port.|
July 30 - DSV has posted a growth in profit for the period covering January 1, 2014 to June 30, 2014.
|Long road for Libava|
|Hansaeng delivers to Iran|
|Three for Shanghai Bashi Yuexin|
|FLS gets rig moving|
|Ports America looks to "K" Line|
|Report sees forwarding market decline|
|Logwin delivers aid to Africa|
|Scheuerle goes for gold|
|Dockwise Vanguard loads Jack/St Malo platform|
|ALE plays key role in i54 project|
|Six international freight forwarding companies agree to plead guilty to price-fixing charges|
|ALE buys Nooteboom trailers|
|CEA transports heavy equipment in Thailand|
|RollDock marks first steel cut on new vessels|
|ALE hauls Dutch farmhouse|
|New look - old values!|
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