Daily Archives: October 31, 2016

Transport Canada – New Requirements for Cargo Loaded on Passenger Aircrafts Known Consignors and Account Consignors

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2016-10-05, Transport Canada has announced that regulatory changes to the Canadian Aviation Security Regulations 2012 will be effective 17 October 2016. These changes include enhancements to the Transport Canada Air Cargo Security Program including two new participant categories for shippers (Known or Account Consignor) and new requirements for cargo moving on passenger aircrafts.

Under the Air Cargo Security Program, existing Registered Shippers with updated Air Cargo Security (ACS) files will be automatically transitioned to Account Consignor status. Air cargo originated by an Account Consignor will be subject to screening to make it secure prior to onboarding onto an aircraft.

Starting 17 October 2016, shippers in Canada may also apply for Known Consignor status. Air cargo originated by a Known Consignor may be treated as secure if the chain of custody is maintained and may be on-boarded onto an aircraft without additional screening measures.

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Minneapolis, Minnesota (September 30, 2016) – C.H. Robinson today announced that it has finalized the acquisition of APC Logistics, a leading provider of freight forwarding and customs brokerage services to over 3,000 customers and suppliers in Australia and New Zealand. The $300 million AUD acquisition expands C.H. Robinson’s global presence and brings additional capabilities and expertise to the company’s portfolio. C.H. Robinson financed the acquisition and related fees and expenses with cash and funds drawn from the company’s existing revolving credit facility. The company expects the transaction to be modestly accretive to earnings.

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Aramex announces 15% revenue growth in the third quarter of 2016

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Aramex (DFM: ARMX), a leading global provider of comprehensive logistics and transportation solutions, today announced its financial results for the last three month (Q3) and nine month (YTD) periods ending 30 September 2016.

Aramex’s Q3 Revenues increased to AED 1,050 million, up by 15% compared to AED 917 million in Q3 2015. Net Profits decreased by 3% to AED 72.2 million, down from AED 74.6 million in Q3 2015.

Adjusting to include results for the full nine month YTD period, Revenues increased to AED 3,185 million, up by 15% compared to AED 2,773 million in the first nine months of 2015. Net Profits increased by 16% to AED 294.8 million, up from AED 253.7 million during the same period last year.

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COOKEVILLE, Tenn. (August 30, 2016) — In an effort to help the thousands of shippers across the U.S. that have been affected by recent events surrounding Hanjin Shipping, Averitt Express has launched a nationwide shipment rescue service.

“This has been a difficult situation for all who are impacted,” says Averitt’s Vice President of International Solutions Charlie McGee. “We are working to help shippers retrieve their stranded cargo so that they can get their businesses back on the right track.”

Utilizing its assets and coordinating with other carriers, the global supply chain solutions provider is aiding shippers by retrieving cargo from Hanjin containers that have become stranded at ports. In addition, Averitt is assisting shippers by moving rescued cargo by road, rail and air to final destinations throughout the country.

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Old Dominion Opens Newly Renovated Omaha Service Center

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OMAHA, Neb. (Sep. 22, 2016) — Today, Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc. celebrates its newly renovated service center, a 74-door facility located at 10626 I Street Omaha, NE 68127.

The Thomasville, NC-based less-than-truckload (LTL) carrier, which is over 80 years old, has two service centers in Nebraska. The second Nebraska terminal is located in Grand Island.

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Slam Dunk in the Cargo Hold

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Basketball? You can (sometimes) even play it on board a container ship at Hapag-Lloyd…

Some of the world’s best basketball players learned to dribble and shoot on the streets or in small “cages”, like the legendary West 4th Street Courts in New York’s Greenwich Village.

The team on board the “Bremen Express” have now shown that a container ship can also serve as a basketball arena. To help pass the time while waiting for a place in the dry dock in Qingdao, China, the crew took advantage of the empty cargo holds to have a tournament – and no doubt to perform plenty of slam dunks (when a player slams the ball down through the hoop from above).

Read more at www.hapag-lloyd.com

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DACHSER Continues to Grow in APAC

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With a new branch office in Vietnam, and new offices in Hong Kong and Mumbai, DACHSER remains on a growth path in the Asia Pacific region.

In order to provide quickly growing industries in Vietnam with logistics services for their exports, DACHSER has now opened a branch office in Hanoi to support its location in Ho Chi Minh City.

“The expansion of DACHSER Asia Pacific is vital for our customers in the USA as a substantial amount of cargo is imported from these areas,” said Frank Guenzerodt, President & CEO of DACHSER USA. “The local Asian expertise and the close proximity to the suppliers at origin in Asia ensure an expertly managed supply chain solution.”

Read more at www.dachser.com

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