By Sonny Prior2019-04-11T10:45:00+01:00
Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings has enhanced its aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance (ACMI) agreement with Qantas Freight.
Under the terms of the agreement, Atlas Air will operate two Boeing 747-8 freighters for Qantas on transpacific routes linking Australia and Asia with the USA, effective July 2019.
The aircraft will replace two B747-400Fs currently in service for Qantas.
Two bridges and a flare have been loaded onboard CY Interocean I for TotalEnergies and Danish Underground Consortium’s (DUC) Tyra Redevelopment project.
Wallem Ship Agency recently appointed Leonard Tui as managing director for Indochina in response to increasing demand for its heavy lift services in the region.
Manitowoc has appointed Singapore-based Mobile Cranes Asia (MCA) as its latest dealer partner in the Southeast Asia region.
The viability of electronic bills of lading (EBLs) is increasing at pace. Their implementation could have a number of benefits, including cost savings, better security, and a lower risk of fraud, all of which have intensified during the pandemic.
“K” Line has loaded a 120-ton (108.9-tonne) unit onboard its ro-ro vessel Polaris Highway at the port of Barcelona in Spain.
Abu Dhabi Ports Group has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the General Company for Ports of Iraq (GCPI) to promote increased cooperation between the two organisations.
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