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Top 10 Biggest cargo ships in the World (Part 1 of 2)

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20 Nov 2017
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Top 10 Ships

Sea cargo is the largest source of cargo handling across the globe, do you know the largest cargo ships across the globe? No! FIND HERE… As it is very clear that sea cargo is the oldest and largest source of cargo handling across the globe and is being used since Saint Noah, who made the […]

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 […]

Entry of Boeing 777 in The Etihad Cargo Fleet

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15 Mar 2016
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Etihad Cargo

Etihad Cargo takes the delivery of the new Boeing 777 which will make the company dominant, and help in the expansion of the business plans in 2016 Etihad Air cargo has received the first delivery of the giant freighter Boeing 777. The entry of the Boeing 777 into the fleet of the Etihad Air Cargo […]

Cargo Ships Terrorise Europe

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23 Feb 2016
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Cargo Ships

The dangers posed by the cargo ships is becoming a major concern for European security officials as they believe the terrorist may take advantage of these ships Why they fear? Their fear is justified as every month there are an estimated 10,000 cargo ships that pursue European waters and the officials don’t have a comprehensive […]

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 […]

Is Switching To Cargo XML Messaging Revolutionary?

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16 Nov 2015
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XML Messaging

The revolutionary messaging system is changing the game With all the modern technology and uses of these devices in industries worldwide the air cargo business also has that opportunity to change and become in tune. Changing the messaging route is the idea here to cut costs and make everything work at a faster and more […]

Australia Puts a Ban on Indonesian Cargo Ship

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2 Nov 2015
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Noah Satu

Noah Satu, the cargo ship which broke the Australian maritime guidelines and rules four times since August 2013 has finally been barred from entering Australia A cargo ship is designed to do many tasks in one go. It can be a container ship, bulk load carrier and tanker etc, but  to follow the international maritime […]

AirBridge Cargo Service to Take Advantage of Domestic Russian Market

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29 Oct 2015
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Air-bridge cargo

AirBridge Cargo service is stressed to increase its revenues by winning benefit of great import demand on the road to Russia. A widespread area of CIS region is under pressure. Recently, Oleg Makushkin belonging to CIS and regional sales director of Air Bridge Cargo service of Russia remarked at a conference of Caspian Air Cargo service, that to […]

Air Cargo Future is Subjected to Change

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26 Oct 2015
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Air Cargo

A movement of change is taking place in the air cargo industry after a long decline in profits According to a latest analysis by investment firm Stifel, Nicolaus & Co. and U.K. research firm Transport Intelligence Ltd., more than 80 percent of transporters and freight forwarders think to transfer from air cargo to marine. The shift of […]

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