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First IOSH forklift safety management qualification launched

First IOSH forklift safety management qualification launched

Every year, up to 800 UK workers are injured – or worse – in accidents involving forklift trucks. In recent years, the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) has highlighted management’s responsibilities – accompanied by a rise in the numbers of managers, supervisors and directors prosecuted for neglect.

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.

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.

Volga-Dnepr and Norwegian Red Cross team up in fight against Ebola

Volga-Dnepr and Norwegian Red Cross team up in fight against Ebola

In support of the global relief effort to counter the outbreak of the Ebola disease, Volga-Dnepr Airlines has transported much-needed medical equipment from Oslo to Freetown, Sierra Leone, on behalf of the Norwegian Red Cross.

Cargo figures continue to soar at Doncaster Sheffield Airport

Cargo figures continue to soar at Doncaster Sheffield Airport

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield has reported a 112% increase in the amount of cargo it transports – which is good news for the airport and the economy of the region, as it builds on its growing reputation.