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Airbus launches world’s first shore-to-ship drone trials

Airbus launches world’s first shore-to-ship drone trials

Aerospace giant Airbus has begun shore-to-ship trials of its Skyways delivery drone in Singapore - the first time drone technology has been deployed in a real port.

Innovative container ‘blocker’ could save maritime industry “billions”

Innovative container blocker could save maritime industry “billions”

A new piece of equipment that enables four empty shipping containers to be lifted and transported onto quaysides as a single block could save the maritime industry billions of dollars, its inventors have claimed.

Brexit: Freight forwarders “ready to pick up the mess created by politicians”

Brexit: Freight forwarders “ready to pick up the mess created by politicians”

BIFA says its members remain "ahead of the curve", despite ongoing Brexit uncertainty

Leeds CAZ: Freight operators urged to apply for financial help ‘sooner rather th

Leeds CAZ: Freight operators urged to apply for financial help ‘sooner rather than later’

Application window for funding assistance to upgrade or retrofit their non-compliant vehicles opens today.

Cost of rail electrification could be halved, new report suggests

Cost of rail electrification could be halved, new report suggests

Electrification of the rail network could be delivered significantly more cost effectively under new 10-year plan