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  • Freightweek news update Week 25

    BUCHAREST: June 22, 2017. Albalact – Romania's largest dairy company – has renewed its contract with Tibbett Logistics to provide delivery of dairy products on key routes across the country. Read more: Albalact_Romania.pdf BRUSSELS: June 21, 2017.  Iranian airline Qeshm Air will begin a weekly A319 service from Tehran to Brussels on June 27. Read more: Qeshm_Air.pdf ISTANBUL: June 21, 2017. Turkish Cargo has begun a weekly A310 freighter service to Paris CDG. Read more: new_freighter.pdf ABU DHABI: June 21, 2017. Pegasus Airlines has begun a three times weekly B737-800 service from Istanbul's Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Abu Dhabi. Read more: Abu_Dhabi.pdf NOTTINGHAM, UK: June 21, Read More
  • Project cargo gets new lift

    LE BOURGET: June 22, 2017. Lockheed Martin launched its latest commercial variant of the ubiquitous Super Hercules transport – the LM-100J – at the Paris Air Show this week. The aircraft can accommodate five 88 x 125 inch pallets in an interior space of 127 cubic meters with a maximum payload of 21.8 tonnes and a non-stop range of 2,450 nautical miles with 18 tonnes. The LM-100J is the 17th different mission capability developed for the C-130J Super Hercules and it is an updated version of the L-100 cargo aircraft, which Lockheed Martin produced from 1964-1992. The company said the new variant Read More
  • More disasters, but less money

    GENEVA: June 21, 2017. The United Nations says it needs US$23.5 billion in 2017 to provide humanitarian assistance to a record 141 million people in 37 countries. With half the year gone, it has received US$6.2 billion. According to the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), new disasters and deteriorating protracted emergencies are driving up the numbers - whether it is violence in the DRC, drought in Kenya, cyclones in Madagascar and Mozambique, or flooding in Peru. OCHA said this is in addition to 20 million people who face famine across northeastern Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen. Read More
  • FedEx and UPS among best civic-minded U.S. companies

    SEATTLE: June 21, 2017. FedEx and UPS are among the 50 most community-minded companies in the United States according to the latest 'Civic 50' list from Points of Light, the world's largest organization dedicated to volunteer service. The winners are from public and private companies with U.S. operations and revenues of US$1 billion or more, and are selected based on four aspects of their national community engagement program - investment, integration, institutionalization and impact. "FedEx Cares is more than a corporate giving platform. It allows us to use our unique skills as individuals and as a corporation to make a difference Read More
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