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Toll delivers fresh food to remote indigenous communities in Australia
By LBR Staff Writer
Toll Express, a subsidiary unit under Toll Group, has been serving people of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in Australia as a part of the company initiative aimed at delivering fresh produce for remote indigenous communities.
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Pantos Logistics teams up with 4PX to expand eCommerce logistics business
By LBR Staff Writer
South Korea-based Pantos Logistics has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Chinese e-Commerce logistics firm 4PX to drive its global logistics business.
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Echo Global Logistics signs $420m deal to buy Command Transportation
By LBR Staff Writer
US-based transportation and supply chain management service provider Echo Global Logistics has signed an agreement to acquire Command Transportation for $420m.
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China Railway Import and Export Company forms strategic alliance with Kerry Logistics
By LBR Staff Writer
China Railway Import and Export Company has entered into a strategic cooperation agreement with Kerry Logistics to expand its network and drive logistics business growth.
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C.H. Robinson and MIT CTL form new model to assess carbon emissions at LTL transportation level
By LBR Staff Writer
US-based logistics firm C.H. Robinson has collaborated with MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics (MIT CTL) to develop a new model for carbon emissions at the Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) shipment level.
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CN to invest $407.8m on Western Canada feeder rail lines to meet freight demand
By LBR Staff Writer
Canadian National Railway (CN) has commenced a multi-year programme to invest C$500m ($407.8m), which is aimed at improving its Western Canada feeder rail lines in Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan.
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Trials for underground freight deliveries soon to start in Northampton, UK
By LBR Staff Writer
Innovate UK, a unit under the UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, has granted permission to Mole Solutions for the trial of its magnet and track-based freight delivery system in Northampton.
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CEVA Logistics divests its Italian groupage business
By LBR Staff Writer
Global supply chain management firm CEVA Logistics has signed definitive agreements with La Petrolifera Italo Rumena, a subsidiary of Gruppo PIR, for the sale of its Italy-based groupage business Spedizioni Internazionali Trasporti Terrestri Aerei e Marittimi (SITTAM).
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US approves Louisville and Indiana freight corridor upgrade plan
By LBR Staff Writer
US Surface Transportation Board has approved a joint proposal by Anacostia Rail Holdings (ARH) subsidiary Louisville & Indiana Railroad and CSX, to upgrade a key freight corridor between Indianapolis, Indiana and Louisville, Kentucky.
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Russian Railways Logistics acquires 50% stake in Latvian rail freight firm
By LBR Staff Writer
JSC Russian Railways Logistics has acquired 50% of Latvian rail freight company Liepajas naftas tranzits (LNT) through its RZDL Multimodal business.
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GMR consortium secures $814.2m contract to develop rail freight corridor in India
By LBR Staff Writer
GMR Infrastructure-led consortium has secured a INR50bn ($814.2m) rail freight corridor contract from Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India.
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CN plans intermodal logistics hub in Milton, Canada
By LBR Staff Writer
Canadian National Railway (CN) will build a C$250m ($195.6m) intermodal and logistics hub in the Town of Milton in Ontario, Canada.
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OMVS to develop Uber-like on-demand freight platform for trucking industry in US
By LBR Staff Writer
On the Move Systems (OMVS) intends to develop an on-demand trucking software, which will function like ‘Uber’ and facilitate requests for personal, local freight carriers.
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SCT Logistics to develop rail freight hub in Victoria
By LBR Staff Writer
SCT Logistics has signed a deal with Victoria state of Australia to invest A$39m ($30m) to develop a rail freight hub at Logic Estate near Wodonga.
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Howdens Joinery selects Ryder as fleet provider for product distribution in UK
By LBR Staff Writer
UK based Howdens Joinery has selected commercial fleet management and supply chain solutions firm Ryder System as its outsourced fleet provider.
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