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Pall-Ex Group unveils UK Pallets deal

Pall-Ex Group unveils UK Pallets deal

Following the announcement of the proposed closure of UK Pallets, Pall-Ex is offering assistance to the 73 hauliers as well as customers that will be affected.

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.

Eurotunnel orders new freight shuttles to meet growing demand

Eurotunnel orders new freight shuttles to meet growing demand

To enable it to reach a target of transporting two million trucks per year by 2020, Eurotunnel has announced the order of three new freight shuttles to add to the 15 in its existing fleet. The move is fuelled by the continuing expansion of the UK economy and increasing cross-Channel traffic flows.

New contract trebles aggregates work for GB Railfreight

New contract trebles aggregates work for GB Railfreight

GB Railfreight recently ran its first train for Aggregates Industries (AI), as part of a five-year deal to transport aggregates, such as sand and stone, from AI quarries to various depots and handling sites across the UK.

Asia-Pacific and Middle East regions lead air freight growth

Asia-Pacific and Middle East regions lead air freight growth

Data released by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) identifies that global air freight markets grew by 4.2% in freight tonne kilometres (FTK) during November 2014, compared to the same period in the previous year.