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Logistics Trader proudly operates as a licensed Logistics provider servicing the USA, Europe, Asia, Middle East, Oceania and Africa. Offering Ocean, Truck, Project, Warehousing, Courier and Air cargo solutions. Logistics Trader has contracts with most major carriers, allowing for a tiered solution using multiple carriers at a single price point. Our Dutch, UK and USA offices are at your service. Logistics Trader launched in November 2011 with the mission to bring lower shipping costs and higher transparency to customers. Whether you are shipping to America, Europe, Africa or the Middle East, you will always find your best logistics options through Logistics Trader! Why should I use Logistics Trader ? Logistics Trader is your number one choice in shipping your goods worldwide, no matter what your shipment is. If you have a shipping need. we guarantee there is a solution that will meet your needs. Logistics Trader conveniently connects demand with supply making your life easier! Contact one of our team members with your inquiry and lock in your best rate! Before you know it, your shipment will be on its way to Asia, Africa, Europe or to your new home in Florida! Any shipment, any time, any where, that's what we do at Logistics Trader!
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Authorities overseeing the development of a major logistics area in South Al Batinah Governorate are reporting strong interest from bidders in a contract to operate Oman’s first ever ‘dry port’ planned within this hub. A request for Expressions of Interest (EoI) floated by the South Al Batinah Logistics Area (SABLA) last week has already begun[...]
Two developers acquired a 25-acre plot in Detroit for a 190,000-square-foot logistics center that will eventually employ 228 workers, officials said Tuesday. The developers have secured a deal with an unidentified “major manufacturer” and plan to begin the eight-month construction project “shortly,” the Revitalizing Automotive Communities Environmental Response (RACER) trust said in a statement.The General[...]
Allcargo stock has more than doubled, outperforming the BSE 500 index, so far this fiscal year Logistics companies have found favour with investors this year, who expect the sector to benefit from the introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and a boom in the e-commerce industry. In keeping with the trend, shares of[...]
Danish transport company Blue Water has signed a logistics contract with Semco Maritime, a specialist in upgrading and maintaining offshore energy plants. The two companies, both based at Esbjerg, Denmark, established the two-year contract after several years of working together on rig and infrastructure projects. Thomas Bek, global head of oil, energy and industrial projects[...]
British-based exhibitions and conferences organiser ITE Group has acquired Breakbulk and confirmed its intention to bring the show to the Middle East later this year. As part of the acquisition from AXIO Data, ITE has taken ownership of the six existing Breakbulk trade events, which address the needs of traditional breakbulk and project cargo logistics professionals,[...]
Fracht USA/Germany, a global freight forwarder, completed one of the heaviest project cargo lifts in the Port of New Orleans’ history Jan. 12, successfully discharging a 718-ton, 164-foot-long absorption tower from ship-to-barge. The SAL Amoenitas arrived at the Port’s Louisiana Avenue Terminal Jan. 10 after a 45-day trip from Shanghai, China. The lift was completed[...]
US Federal Maritime Commission steps in as congestion at Los Angeles and Long Beach reaches ‘critical’ levels Container lines are blaming massive port congestion in Southern California for mounting losses. The companies say they are losing money as bottlenecks on the US West Coast [USWC] threaten to wipe out their hard-earned efficiency gains. In the[...]
U.S. retailers appealed to President Barack Obama to intervene in contract negotiations between West Coast dockworkers and maritime companies after a work slowdown spread to the nation’s largest container hub ahead of the holiday shopping season. The National Retail Federation, the world’s largest retail trade association, asked Obama to step in and ensure that tensions[...]
The PMA has found that the slowdowns at these Pacific Northwest ports have resulted in terminal productivity being reduced by an average of 40 to 60%. Despite assurances that The International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU) has been negotiating in good faith for a new contract, the ports of Seattle and Tacoma are reporting[...]
The association that represents shipping companies at 29 West Coast ports is accusing the union representing dockworkers of deliberately slowing down work at two Pacific Northwest ports. The union’s response: it’s a “boldface lie.” Tensions appear to be rising in the midst of a long running contract negotiation that affects major ports all along the[...]