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More evidence of how strong demand for consumer durables is right now.
Group has no more chance of eliminating competitors in haulage than it does in any other sector
Companies desperate to get hold of parts and goods in the run-up to Christmas are turning to airlines to fulfil orders
Jean-Jacques Ruest announces departure after abandoning pursuit of Kansas City Southern
Airlines are furious that fees, which are mainly borne by travellers, are set to soar
Pledge by nine companies is biggest step yet to decarbonise ocean shipping
Okonjo-Iweala addressed shipping issues, global trade and Covid vaccine access at FT Africa Summit
Delays are now affecting every industry and economy to varying degrees
Airlines lobby group says it will oppose Civil Aviation Authority’s proposal
Collapse is a critical test of Beijing’s handling of ‘too big to fail’ entities
And, the rising cost of fuel is tripping up airlines as they try to recover from the pandemic
Carriers hit by twofold rise in cost of jet fuel over past year
The company has streamlined operations in an effort to make it profitable but still faces legal challenges
Yodel CEO says shoppers are heeding the warnings from retailers and logistics companies to buy in advance
Freight costs now at 10 times pre-pandemic levels
Road Haulage Association says proposed changes would ‘sabotage’ domestic industry
Italia Trasporto Aereo uses predecessor’s brand and colours but drops the name
From Shenzhen to Los Angeles, storms, Covid and labour shortages are causing disruption
Cargo logjam at regional trade and financial hub blamed on labour shortages
Carriers and their lawyers used legal innovation in a race against the clock
Halt to services could throw forthcoming global climate talks in Glasgow into chaos
Big store chains with well-stocked shelves should come out on top if they can take trade from smaller rivals
Chair of one of the biggest container port operators cites soaring production and labour costs
Biden administration announced measures to ease bottlenecks and shortages but problems are deep-seated
Demanding the logistics industry works round the clock won’t ease logjams, buying less stuff would.