Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Freight fall of 3.4% in October at Brussels Airport

Brussels Airport’s freight traffic fell by 3.4 per cent in October compared to the same month last year, which it puts down to the departure of several carriers due to noise fines imposed by the Brussels Capital Region. In October, the airport handled a total of 45,018 tonnes, a fall on the 46,603 tonnes on […]

DHL joins forces with Shanghai Pharma to drive supply chain

Shanghai Pharma will partner with DHL Supply Chain to enhance quality control measures, streamline distribution processes, and strengthen compliance with local and international food and pharmaceutical regulations. Shanghai Pharma, one of China’s largest listed pharmaceuticals groups, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with DHL Supply Chain to prepare its logistics infrastructure for rapid global […]

DHL opens expanded gateway in Auckland to meet demand

DHL Express has opened an expanded facility at Auckland Airport to better support businesses operating in and out of New Zealand following significant growth in international trade. The new $15.3 million NZ ($11.1 million) facility is part of the company’s global investments to bolster network connectivity and employs approximately 130 people, including 20 new jobs and […]

UPS pilots agree to new contract

UPS pilots represented by the Independent Pilots Association (IPA) – today ratified a new five-year labour agreement after months of negotiations. The contract ratified with more than 91 per cent of the vote, with more than 98 per cent of the eligible members casting ballots. The collective bargaining agreement, which goes into effect tomorrow, covers […]