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Things are on the rise for Chapman Freeborn

October 18 - The global aircraft charter specialist and aircraft broker Chapman Freeborn Airchartering has been ranked 21st in the Sunday Times HSBC Top Track 250 list, its best-ever position in the list, just four years after it first appeared in the lis

The UK-headquartered company specialist soared 52 places in the annual league table of Britain's biggest mid-market private companies having come in at 73rd in 2010.

Despite tough trading conditions, the Sunday Times praised those companies featured in the report for their ambition and innovation in powering through the economic downturn.

The company, which has a global network of 31 offices in 23 countries, achieved a 32 percent increase in sales in 2010 with turnover topping GBP460 million.

Together, the 250 companies on the list generated a turnover of GBP71.2 billion (USD111.5 billion) and employ nearly 500,000 people.

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Ceva launches BRI block train

April 22 - Ceva Logistics North Asia has launched a block train service from China to Europe as the company looks to tap into the potential of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
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Crowley promotes Sandra Goranovic

April 22 - Crowley Maritime has appointed Sandra Goranovic as vice president of finance and accounting for the Crowley Shipping business unit.
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Big Bend Channel expanded

April 22 - Port Tampa Bay in Florida has completed the USD63 million expansion of the Big Bend Channel, one year ahead of schedule.
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Penman joins Malin React

April 22 - Malin Group has named Graham Penman as business unit manager of its recently launched Malin React division.
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