Three-party international shipping joint venture gets the local nod
Three-party international shipping joint venture gets the local nod

A joint venture involving three international shipping companies - Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK), Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL), and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) - has been given conditional approval by the Competition Tribunal.

1 day ago

Logistics marketplace Bwala Africa launches in Kenya
Logistics marketplace Bwala Africa launches in Kenya

Logistics marketplace Bwala Africa has launched in Kenya, allowing users to hire cars, trucks and delivery vans and source for repairs, service and maintenance from trusted dealers and mechanics.

By Tom Jackson 1 day ago

ACSA and Tshimologong design security challenge call for entry
ACSA and Tshimologong design security challenge call for entry

Maths geniuses, mad scientists, engineering wizards, IT wonderkids and tech boffins - ACSA needs your skills!

2 days ago

Boeing, Adient launch aeroplane seat design, manufacturing company
Boeing, Adient launch aeroplane seat design, manufacturing company

Boeing and automotive seating company, Adient, have launched a new Adient Aerospace, a joint venture that will develop, manufacture, and sell a portfolio of seating products to airlines and aircraft leasing companies.

2 days ago

Ride-share fleets to map cities around the world
Ride-share fleets to map cities around the world

Mobileye 8 Connect is an aftermarket collision avoidance system capable of collecting dynamic data to make cities smarter, safer and autonomous ready.

2 days ago

Airbus overtakes Boeing, says could halt A380 programme
Airbus overtakes Boeing, says could halt A380 programme

PARIS, France: European aerospace giant Airbus overtook arch-rival Boeing in terms of aircraft orders last year, but warned that it could cease making its A380 jet if it does not receive any more orders for the supersize plane.

2 days ago

Logistics profitability lags due to skills shortage
Logistics profitability lags due to skills shortage

The logistics industry is geared to quickly hire operational skills like pickers, packers, and drivers based on seasonal scalability, but in a highly competitive environment, this isn't enough to ensure business profitability and happy customers.

3 days ago

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Daily Mail returns to Virgin Trains after outcry

LONDON, UK: Virgin boss Richard Branson on Monday said he would resume offering the right-wing tabloid the Daily Mail on his trains after a decision not to stock them sparked accusations of censorship last week.

3 days ago

Grindrod looking to list shipping business before June
Grindrod looking to list shipping business before June

Transport and logistics group Grindrod said on Tuesday that it would decide in the current quarter to proceed with a proposal to separately list its shipping business.

By Andries Mahlangu 3 days ago

US maritime business students learn from SA
US maritime business students learn from SA

The 19 top-performing students from the Massachusetts Maritime Academy visited Nelson Mandela Bay recently as part of a South African tour to explore the cultural complexity of the global maritime industry.

3 days ago

Next-generation super transporter, BelugaXL, rolls out
Next-generation super transporter, BelugaXL, rolls out

The first structurally complete airframe for the new BelugaXL rolled out from its assembly hangar in Toulouse, France this month. Described as one of the most voluminous aircraft in existence, this initial BelugaXL is expected to be flying by mid-2018.

16 Jan 2018

New IT, research partnerships for Hyundai, Nissan
New IT, research partnerships for Hyundai, Nissan

Hyundai and Cisco have collaborated to focus on technology solutions for in-vehicle data demands which will increase exponentially with autonomous driving and other connectivity needs; and Nissan and Nasa have joined forces to extend research into autonomous mobility services.

16 Jan 2018

Angolan Airlines, SAA enter new partnership
Angolan Airlines, SAA enter new partnership

An agreement between the state-owned companies Angolan Airlines (TAAG) and South African Airlines (SAA), dubbed Codeshare, signed in the ambit of a commercial contract that is intended to provide better air transportation services in the Luanda-Johannesburg route entered into force recently.

15 Jan 2018