International Freight News Incorporating

Logistics still key in Panalpina plans


Multinational has no ambition to sell this underperforming business, which is finally reaching break-even

International airlines cancel Tel Aviv flights

Most non-Israeli carriers suspend services due to rocket strike

APM to sell Virginia box terminal

US east coast facility was only commissioned in 2007

North Europe-South America capacity cuts

Shipping lines axe services as freight rates on the trade lane flounder

Haulier outcry over French truck law

Road freight operators and unions claim ‘protectionist’ rules ignore security, cost and competition implications