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First Silk Road Train Reaches Tehran from Zheijiang

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29 Mar 2016
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Iran China

The first Silk Road Train arrives in Iran from China with Chinese goods, reviving the ancient Silk Road. The Train carrying 32 commercial containers with Chinese products from Zheijing, took 14 days to make the journey of 9500km through  Kazakstan and Turkmenistan. The Iranian authorities welcomed the first Silk Road Train in the province of […]

Air Cargo Lost Millions on Strikes and Suspension of PIA Flights

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9 Feb 2016
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Clashes between Government of Pakistan and PIA Unions caused millions in losses to exporters and importers PIA is facing delays or even suspensions of flights from both national and international routes. The suspension and delays of national carrier caused millions of rupees in the losses to local exporters and international cargo companies. Cargo perishable goods worth […]

How To Confirm That Your Valued Shipments Reach Safely

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26 Jan 2016
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Cargo Services

Every shipment contains something valued product. That shipment may have an extremely high financial value with little emotional equity, or very high emotional value for the receiver but little economic value. Whether the value is real, the shipments must be safe accordingly. To help confirm you’re taking benefit of the range of both simple and […]

Air Cargo Carriers Struggle For Asia Pacific Market

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19 Jan 2016
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Air Cargo

Major trading economies are still weak which is causing air cargo carriers a great deal of suffering Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) has recently released preliminary traffic figures for the month of November and it indicates that air cargo markets were and still are weak. Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) Director General Andrew […]

Cargo Ship Koningsborg Damaged in English Channel

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7 Jan 2016
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Cargo ship Koningsborg

Sometimes, even the storms can cause a lot of damage to the cargo vessels Koningsborg, a general cargo ship, has sustained some serious damage by storm in the English Channel while it was en-route from Finland to Tunisia. It is reported that the ship lost its propulsion power, 18 nautical miles off Quessant island, France, […]

Gwadar vs Chabahar! A Warfield On The World Economic Gateway

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9 Nov 2015
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Gwadar Vs Chabahar

Why the stakeholders from the gate of the Strait of Hormuz to Arabian sea are afraid of Gwadar Port?   In the altering dynamics of international policies, sea trade has great importance. In that perspective, Gwadar Port of Pakistan and Chabahar Port Iran are the centre points in Arabian Sea and both geographically have a […]

Qatar Airways Finds New Destinations in Pakistan

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10 Aug 2015
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Qatar Airways Cargo

    Qatar Airways launches services in Sialkot and Faisalabad on consecutive days, three in Faisalabad and four to Sialkot every week   Qatar Airways has announced new destinations in Pakistan and said that the airline is launching services in two further cities of Pakistan, specifically Sialkot and Faisalabad on sequential days. There will be […]

Egypt Puts New Suez Canal on Trial

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6 Aug 2015
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Container ship in New Suez Canal

  Egypt holds experimental run on new Suez Canal and the first cargo ship have passed through the canal amid some serious security arrangements   Finally, Egypt has opened second Suez Canal for the ships, but at the initial stage they have held the experimental shipping on the canal. Egyptian authorities have given the very […]

Cargo Activities Increase in Major Economic Hub of World

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10 Jun 2015
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Hong-Kong Cargo

World’s highly populated continent Asia is shifting values, Air cargo from UK, Europe and US to Asian volumes have continued to increase in April   Asia is the largest continent of the world that covers almost 30 percent land area of the globe and 60 percent of world population also lives in Asia. Major populated […]

Pakistan Adopts Express Consignments Clearance System

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11 May 2015
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Trade facilitation

Express Transit starts for Afghanistan, Pakistan ports adopted the express consignment clearance system Afghanistan is landlocked country surrounded by Russia, Pakistan and Iran. Afghans have no connection with the sea however, Pakistan and Iran are only countries which can facilitate the sea cargo from UK, Europe, and USA and from the entire world. Pakistan is […]

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