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Uta Uta Tjangala. Yumari. 1981

British Museum chooses IAG Cargo to transport priceless Australian artefacts

IAG Cargo has been named as the official logistics partner for the British Museum’s important new BP exhibition Indigenous Australia: enduring civilisation.

Pentalver to develop permanent facility at DP World London Gateway

Pentalver to develop permanent facility at DP World London Gateway

The inland container service operator has announced plans to develop a permanent container depot at DP World London Gateway.

Neil Vernon, Virgin Atlantic’s VP Sales APAC

Virgin Atlantic rewards Interglobe with new GSSA contract with India set for growth

With indicators predicting that India’s airfreight market will grow by 6-7% this year, boosted in part by the upturn in the US economy, Virgin Atlantic Cargo has awarded a new and extended general sales and service agency (GSSA) contract to InterGlobe Air Transport (IGAT) to cover cargo and courier business in the country.

Rail training carriage completes marathon voyage to Port of Tyne

Rail training carriage completes marathon voyage to Port of Tyne

A 26-metre long training carriage destined for the Hitachi Rail Europe plant in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, has rolled off the vehicle carrier Höegh London at the Port of Tyne to complete its journey from Japan.

Chancellor delivers fuel price message and hails courier firm’s actions

Chancellor delivers fuel price message and hails courier firm’s actions

When visiting Solihull-based AYS Logistics, the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne discovered how falling oil prices have enabled the company to cut its costs and lower the fuel surcharge it applies in its delivery charges to customers, who are predominantly SMEs.