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Ti offers comprehensive report on North America Logistics 2009

January 19 - A comprehensive report on the state of the transport and logistics market in North America has been published by Transport Intelligence.

It illustrates that, despite the economic downturn, there are opportunities for investors, both in infrastructure improvement projects and in the provision of new services, across the continent.The North America Logistics 2009 report is Transport Intelligence's first analysis of the entire North American region. Some highlights of the report include information on the 15-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and its road transport integration challenges; initiatives and development at major US ports; the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) programme; the major role that US freight plays in the global air freight market and other information on contract Logistics and outsourcing in the USA.

For further information about the report, or to purchase a copy visit the Transport Intelligence website or contact Sarah Smith on +44 (0) 1666-511880.Don't forget to read our own report on the current state of the heavy lift and project forwarding market in the January/February edition of the magazine which will be hitting readers desks at the end of this month.

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Winners revealed at Heavy Lift Awards

October 16 - Almost 400 guests gathered at the inaugural Heavy Lift Awards ceremony last night at the Hilton Old Town hotel in Antwerp to celebrate the achievements of the heavy lift, specialised transport and project logistics sector.
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Marguisa teams up with NileDutch

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DSV warns of cuts at Panalpina

October 15 - Corporate functions and positions at Panalpina may be cut or relocated to DSV’s headquarters in Denmark, as the companies continue with the integration process.
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