Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates Airline, will begin operating its first dedicated freighter service to Australia next week.
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Is China’s Titanic economy finally running into the iceberg of overcapacity? Problems at China Cosco Holdings suggest trouble ahead. Cosco, a giant state-owned shipping company, is locked into long-term contracts for chartering vessels that haul iron ore, coal and grain around the world.
We have been advised of a new initiative that improves transit times from Brisbane to Cairns, and further increases freight availability into the Mackay and Cairns regions. Commencing 1 August 2011, QR National will be offering Seafreighter services six times a week from Brisbane to Cairns. The transit time to Cairns will now be two…
We have been informed by Patricks Terminals that the planned industrial action by the MUA (Maritime Union of Australia) was called off. Both parties agreed to return to the negotiating table.
QANTAS has annouced further measures to address concerns surrounding rising fuel prices and natural disasters throughout the region. The full article can be viewed on the QANTAS website: http://www.qantas.com.au/regions/dyn/au/publicaffairs/details?ArticleID=2011/mar11/5092
Due to the price of oil being impacted by the unrest in the Middle East and with most fuel-related charges currently on a constant path of increase.
Qantas Airways has finally closed the book on its involvement in a 6 year cartel to fix air cargo prices after it agreed to pay a fine of NZ$6.5 million ($4.8 million) to New Zealand’s commerce commission.
The Toll Group has acquired SAT Albatros (SAT), a Dubai-based sea-air forwarder. “The acquisition of SAT will further cement Toll’s strategic position in the Middle East and in the Asia to Europe trade lane”, said Toll Group’s managing director Paul Little AO.
The first stage of a $30 million major rail freight terminal development is expected to provide a critical boost to industrial development both in the north of Adelaide and for South Australia’s mining industry. The rail freight terminal (RFT), which was opened on January 25 by South Australian Premier Mike Rann, has been developed by…
Qantas will increase international fuel surcharges in response to rising oil and jet fuel prices, while Jetstar will adjust its ticket prices instead of a fuel levy. The changes will apply to tickets issued on or after 19 February. Qantas chief executive officer Alan Joyce said oil and fuel prices had increased sharply in recent…