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Singapore trialling AI for air cargo

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) selected and funded TUMCREATE to develop robot technology that can address the high-mix, high-volume issues of air cargo experienced at Changi.

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CSL Jupiter collision

CSCL Jupiter’s sailing schedule is expected to be delayed by about a week after collision in Vietnam, left the vessel with damage to its hull which will need repair. There is no NGL freight on the vessel. 

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Exports to China grow

The UK and China have had a strong economic relationship for a long time, with the UK Department of Trade reporting that UK exports to China grew by 15.3% in 2018.

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EU sign Vietnam trade deal

The European Union and Vietnam ha signed a Trade Agreement and an Investment Protection Agreement, which includes tariff reduction for almost 99% of products.

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China cargo growth

Amid the US-China trade war, China has recorded 6.7 billion tons of cargo output in the first sixth month of the year, an increase of 4.5% compared to 2018.

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Typhoon Lekima update

Operations have resumed after Typhoon Lekima hit Shanghai, Ningbo and nearby cities.

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WCA Singapore

Our Asia team attended a very successful WCA conference in Singapore earlier this month, to network with partners across the region, gain industry insights and showcase our latest technology products.

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The container haulage crisis

The ongoing disruption at Britain’s biggest container ports shows no signs of ending and is now exposing fundamental weaknesses in the container haulage industry, that look endemic, putting the future of the industry in doubt, without immediate change and reform.

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IMF warning on Brexit

A study by the International Monetary Fund has concluded that the UK will be hit harder by Brexit than the European Union, as Freight industry leaders urge forwarders and shippers to prepare for a hard Brexit.

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Maersk shifts away from Felixstowe

While the port of Felixstowe has been highlighting recent performance improvements to 80%, Maersk has announced two services are moving to Liverpool.

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