News / E-commerce driving revolution in air freight: ‘make it happen’, says Saudia Cargo chief

first_img“We have to make it happen.”One boost for the cargo side of the airline business is the direct impact on consumers, rather than just B2B business. Mr Muller said he thought the passenger divisions of combination and belly carriers were getting a closer understanding of logistics – which could, in turn, ensure that cargo divisions could ultimately see more investment.“In every household, you see the parcels come in. But still one of our tasks as an industry is to make everybody understand that a major part is being played by the air cargo industry.“This is a big chance for all of us to plant an idea in the minds of everyone that those parcels didn’t just fall from the sky. We made it happen. IATA has been trying to get this message across – now we all can.”One of the potential struggles for airlines is the lack of capacity – or unwillingness to invest in maindeck capacity on the back of just a year of relatively healthy volumes.But several airlines have pointed out that the quickest and cheapest way to boost capacity is to increase utilisation – a method Saudia Cargo is working on.“Target number one is to utilise our existing fleet in an even more efficient way, and put more hours on to it,” said Mr Muller. “We estimate we could add 10-15%.”Saudi Arabia is served by several e-commerce platforms, including noon.com and souq.com, the Middle East’s largest ecommerce platform, acquired by Amazon. Saudia is in talks with several players.“There is already a significant market, but I foresee further growth,” said Mr Muller. ”But that growth has to be in line with available capacity.”But, he said, despite being a large country, the domestic e-commerce business was unlikely to need narrowbody freighters.“There are ongoing discussions to use the bellies of our domestic network – I think domestic express can be covered with our passenger network.”The e-commerce-driven capacity crunch has led to a change in the way customers are booking, he added, following the “bottlenecks” of the past year.“Compared with two years ago, a number of customers are trying to secure capacity for the medium and long term. That’s a change. It allows customers as well as airlines to plan in a more efficient way.”Charter is a key sector for Saudia, accounting for almost 10% of its business. Mr Muller said the carrier had seen more growth in charter work in 2018, and “major customers” are interested in long-term charter agreements.“That is both e-commerce customers and forwarders on behalf of specific customers. Based on their experiences in the high season of 2016 when, and the same but on a wider scale in 2017, there were bottlenecks. Now the whole industry is trying to plan more in advance to avoid these situations.”He added that the carrier was also seeing more blocked space agreements.And infrastructure also needs examining to make sure it is fit for purpose, Mr Muller said.“Our facilities have been designed for certain volumes, and they are by far exceeding that. And there are more additional requirements; special processes, cool chain, express.“They need different processes and space – so we are looking at the layout of our facilities and considering expanding capacity to allow us to adjust to new requirements. I expect this to be a continuous process.”He added: “The pace of change has quickened. E-commerce platforms are changing the dynamics of the industry. This is a big chance for our industry – and a big challenge.” The air cargo industry has received an opportunity to revolutionise and get investment – and it must take it.Rainer Muller, executive director of Saudia Cargo, urged the industry to “make it happen” and to ensure it gained the advantages of the rise of e-commerce.Speaking to The Loadstar at Air Cargo India last week, Mr Muller said: “Integrators have shown us how it can be done. Now, the e-commerce industry is showing us again.“There is one difference. The air cargo industry is more involved in e-commerce development because now we are not just transporting envelopes, but different commodities with different requirements. I see this as something that requires a higher involvement from the industry. By Alex Lennane 27/02/2018last_img read more

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Amgen’s cholesterol drug would have to sell for around $2,000 to be cost effective

first_imgPharmalot What’s included? By Ed Silverman Sept. 11, 2017 Reprints @Pharmalot GET STARTED Unlock this article by subscribing to STAT+ and enjoy your first 30 days free! GET STARTED Daily reporting and analysis The most comprehensive industry coverage from a powerhouse team of reporters Subscriber-only newsletters Daily newsletters to brief you on the most important industry news of the day STAT+ Conversations Weekly opportunities to engage with our reporters and leading industry experts in live video conversations Exclusive industry events Premium access to subscriber-only networking events around the country The best reporters in the industry The most trusted and well-connected newsroom in the health care industry And much more Exclusive interviews with industry leaders, profiles, and premium tools, like our CRISPR Trackr. STAT+ is STAT’s premium subscription service for in-depth biotech, pharma, policy, and life science coverage and analysis. Our award-winning team covers news on Wall Street, policy developments in Washington, early science breakthroughs and clinical trial results, and health care disruption in Silicon Valley and beyond. Tags drug pricingpharmaceuticalsSTAT+ Ed Silvermancenter_img Amgen’s cholesterol drug would have to sell for around $2,000 to be cost effective Ric Francis/AP What is it? About the Author Reprints [email protected] Log In | Learn More File this under “How low can you go?”An updated analysis of Amgen’s (AMGN) Repatha, which is one of the newest cholesterol drugs, has been released and suggests the price would have to drop a whopping 85 percent to 88 percent off the existing list price of $14,500 in order to be considered cost effective. Pharmalot Columnist, Senior Writer Ed covers the pharmaceutical industry.last_img read more

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Maher goals crucial as Portlaoise claim Laois football honours for 34th time

first_img Community New Arles road opens but disquiet over who was invited to official opening Council Maher goals crucial as Portlaoise claim Laois football honours for 34th time Facebook WhatsApp Five Laois monuments to receive almost €200,000 in government funding O’Dempsey’s to their credit fought back very well – with two great points from Michael Finlay and a free from Mark Barry.Cahillane hit back with a free but O’Dempsey’s then worked a great team goal, big Dan McCormack flicking to the net from close range after a pass across the square from Barry.Barry Kelly added a point from play to reduce the gap to one but Portlaoise got the last two of the half – both Cahillane frees – to lead 1-10 to 1-7 at the break.Portlaoise won the game in the first ten minutes after half time. O’Dempsey’s missed a handful of chances before Ricky Maher struck for his second goal, after initially hitting the cross bar. Points from Cahillane, Lillis, Graham Brody (free) and Conor Boyle had them 13 clear midway through the second half.O’Dempsey’s hit four points in a row – from Matthew Finlay (free and play), Barry Kelly and a long-range effort from Conor Meredith.But Portlaoise had more than enough in hand and they predictably saw it out.SCORERS – Portlaoise: Ricky Maher 2-2 (0-1 free), Paul Cahillane 0-5 (three frees), Conor Boyle 0-3, Craig Rogers 0-2 (one free), Gareth Dillon 0-1, Conor Dunphy 0-1, Graham Brody 0-1 (free), Kieran Lillis 0-1. O’Dempsey’s: Matthew Finlay 0-5 (four frees), Mark Barry 0-3 (two frees), Dan McCormack 1-0, Barry Kelly 0-2, Michael Finlay 0-2, Conor Meredith 0-1PORTLAOISE: Graham Brody; Colin Finn, David Seale, Gary Saunders; Chris Finn, Cahir Healy, David Holland; Ciaran McEvoy, Kieran Lillis; Gareth Dillon, Conor Boyle, Benny Carroll; Ricky Maher, Paul Cahillane, Craig Rogers. Subs: Scott Lawless for McEvoy (38), Frank Flanagan for Colin Finn (47), Conor Dunphy for Carroll (50)O’DEMPSEY’S: Podge Bannon; Cormac O’Hora, Shane Nerney, Tommy Kehoe; Robbie Kehoe, Peter O’Leary, Tom Kelly; Rory Bracken, Conor Meredith; Matthew Finlay, Barry Kelly, Mark Barry; Micheál Finlay, Dan McCormack, Brian Nugent. Subs: Johnny Kelly for Nugent (42), Stephen O’Leary for Barry (59)REFEREE: Maurice Deegan (Stradbally)SEE ALSO – Portarlington and Ballyroan-Abbey must meet again after thrilling minor final draw Community Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’ Twitter Pinterestcenter_img Portlaoise 2-16 O’Dempsey’s 1-13Laois Shopping Centre SFC FinalBrought to you in association with Portarlington Credit Union Portlaoise are Laois senior football champions for a 34th time – and 11th in 12 years – following their latest county final win over O’Dempsey’s in O’Moore Park this afternoon.A goal in each half from Ricky Maher were key scores as they made their overall superiority count against an O’Dempsey’s side making their first final appearance in 35 years. To be fair to the Killenard men they put up as good a fight as they could and played very good football in the opening half.But Portlaoise did what they had to and there was no denying that they were worthy county champions again.To have any chance O’Dempsey’s needed to start well and still be in.While Craig Rogers (free) and Ricky Maher got the first two poinst of the game for Portlaoise, O’Dempsey’s hit the next three – two frees from Matthew Finlay and one sweet effort from 18-year-old Mark Barry.O’Dempsey’s then had a golden goal chance – but Graham Brody did as he has done all year with Laois by pulling off a point blank save on Matthew Finlay.Portlaoise, however, hit a purple patch. Cahillane, Rogers and two from Conor Boyle put them 0-6 to 0-3 and suddenly O’Dempsey’s were in a similar space to where many teams have found themselves against The Town: hanging on.And within minutes Portlaoise had the game’s first goal – a series of fumbles in the O’Dempsey’s defence ending with Ricky Maher finishing along the ground past Padraig Bannon. Gareth Dillon added a point straight away and there was seven in it. Home Sport GAA Maher goals crucial as Portlaoise claim Laois football honours for 34th time SportGAAGaelic Football Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest WhatsApp By Steven Miller – 14th October 2018 Previous articleHurling County Final, Mental Health Week and a school bidding for World Championships – It’s our top storiesNext articleAll of today’s soccer results and reports Steven Millerhttp://www.laoistoday.ieSteven Miller is owner and managing editor of LaoisToday.ie. From Laois, Steven studied Journalism in DCU and has 14 years experience in the media, almost 10 of those in an editorial role. Husband of Emily, father of William and Lillian, he’s happiest when he’s telling stories or kicking a point. Facebook TAGSLaois SFC 2018O’Dempsey’sO’Dempsey’s v PortlaoisePortlaoise GAA last_img read more

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U.S. growth likely to trend downward long term, Moody’s

first_img U.S. inflation subdued in April Related news The U.S. economy is likely facing a future of slower growth that will make it more vulnerable to economic shocks, says Moody’s Investors Service. The rating agency is anticipating relatively strong GDP growth for this year, and again in 2016. Notwithstanding a weak first quarter, Moody’s says that it expects 2.8% annual growth for the next couple of years. But, it says that after that, it expects the U.S. economy “will likely move into a long-term period of growth that is lower than the average prior to the financial crisis”. Its baseline scenario is for output growth to average 2.3% annually, over the long term; which, it notes, is significantly lower than the 3.7% growth that was experienced from 1992 to 2007. Under a gloomier forecast, Moody’s envisions a scenario where annual output growth averages just 1.5% over the next 15 years; and, its optimistic scenario forecasts growth of 3.2% annually. The causes of the expected slowdown include an aging population, which will lead to a lower percentage of the population being active in the labour force, and a possible deceleration in overall productivity growth, Moody’s says. This slower growth rate can support the U.S.’s current Aaa credit rating, Moody’s says, although it says the rating will be more vulnerable to economic shocks and fiscal policy changes. “While the debt metrics could deteriorate due to slower growth, it would not necessarily render the government’s credit profile incompatible with its current rating in the next few years. Higher debt levels, however, would increase the vulnerability of the U.S. to potential shocks in the longer term, putting pressure on the country’s credit profile in the decade of the 2020s,” says Moody’s senior vice president, Steven Hess. In its baseline scenario, Moody’s calls for the U.S. debt-to-GDP ratio to climb during the decade of the 2020s, to reach 87% by 2030, after remaining stable for the remainder of the current decade. Keywords United States Facebook LinkedIn Twittercenter_img Higher gas costs led to increase in U.S. consumer prices in March James Langton Share this article and your comments with peers on social media U.S. economy grew at strong 3.2% rate in Q1 2019last_img read more

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Shifting sands at Worimi Conservation Lands

first_imgShifting sands at Worimi Conservation Lands Approximately ten thousand tonnes of wind-blown sand have been removed from the Lavis Lane 4WD beach entry at the Worimi Conservation Lands in preparation for the summer holidays. Worimi Conservation Lands Board of Management Chairperson Jamie Tarrant said strong southerly winds that the area has experienced over the past few months escalated the build-up of wind-blown sand on the access tracks.“The dynamic nature of the beach means that the 4WD access tracks require regular maintenance to remove built up sand and ensure they remain safe and in good condition for vehicles.“This latest effort involved a 24-tonne excavator and a dump truck which together removed approximately ten thousand tonnes of sand from the track.“It was a win-win situation. The work will provide better 4WD access for park visitors over summer, and it enabled us to re-distribute large volumes of sand to areas of the park where it was most needed for rehabilitation, including areas damaged by flooding and the vulnerable frontal dunes.“The Board remains committed to providing safe and sustainable visitor access to the Aboriginal-owned Worimi Conservation Lands,” said Mr Tarrant.The 4200-hectare Worimi Conservation Lands is managed by the local Worimi Traditional Owners, in partnership with the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.The Conservation Lands provide four-wheel drivers with over 19 kilometres of beach front driving between the 4WD entrances at Anna Bay and Williamtown, as well as over 350 hectares of dune driving south of Lavis Lane.Visitors are encouraged to visit the webpage Worimi Conservation Lands to plan their trip and keep up to date with changes to beach driving conditions.People are also reminded that COVID-19 physical distancing restrictions apply when visiting the park. Visit the NSW Heath website for more details. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Anna Bay, AusPol, beach, conservation, coronavirus, covid-19, environment, Government, National Park, New South Wales, NSW, sustainable, truck, vehicle, visit, website, wildlifelast_img read more

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Legislature’s Final Budget Plan Far From Final

first_img Email HELENA – The Legislature got closer Monday to finalizing a state budget that few expect will get past Gov. Brian Schweitzer, who has started looking into what a state government shutdown would look like even as he continued talking to Republican leaders about a deal.Schweitzer said he spoke to House Speaker Mike Milburn and Senate President Jim Peterson on Monday as the Republican leaders were finalizing their budget plan in each chamber. Schweitzer has made it clear he may veto the bill or send back a proposed rewrite.The biggest sticking points remain in spending for education and social services for the needy and elderly.“There is no deal,” aid Schweitzer, a Democrat. “But what there is, is a willingness to continue to talk. I think they would agree we have built a great deal of trust over the last 90 days.”Also on Monday, Schweitzer asked the attorney general to define which state services would be deemed essential if no budget deal is reached by July 1, when the current budget period ends.Schweitzer said he is not sure if the National Guard could cover the prisons or if workers there could remain on duty. And he needs legal clarification in many other areas, from the Montana Highway Patrol to the inspections for movement of cattle.But with nearly three months until a shutdown would be necessary — and 10 legislative days before lawmakers are constitutionally required to adjourn — there would seem to be plenty of time to reach a deal.House Speaker Mike Milburn, a rancher from Cascade, dismissed talk of any state government shutdown.“That’s not a factor. That’s not going to happen,” he said. “I think we can come to an agreement on where we should be.”On Monday, the House endorsed in a 57-43 vote the Republican budget tweaked late last week by a joint House-Senate negotiating committee. The Senate followed suit late in the day with a close 26-24 vote. It was opposed by minority Democrats in both cases.Final floor votes are scheduled for Tuesday.Milburn said he had room to negotiate with the governor after that, but he made it clear that Republicans believe that last November’s elections give them a mandate to cut some spending.“We have parameters that we will insist upon,” Milburn said.Right now, the Republican proposal spends about $130 million less in state tax money that Schweitzer proposed. But the biggest area of disagreement may be the legislative majority’s plan to forgo about $100 million in federal money for social services, such as food stamps.Schweitzer said it is hypocritical for Republicans, who voted Monday in favor of asking the federal government to spend money keeping the F-15 flying mission in Great Falls, to continue to support federal farm subsidies and federal money for highway projects while spurning help for the needy.“But when money comes to Montana to take a disabled person, an elderly person: That is bad. That is the only thing I can conclude,” Schweitzer said.The governor is also critical of the advancement of a budget bill without the necessary companion pieces, such as one dealing with school funding that cleared the House in an initial vote. But there is still negotiating with the Senate that must take place — and many potential pitfalls over the coming days — until that complicated proposal is finalized.Still, Schweitzer expressed optimism Monday that a deal will be reached with Milburn and Peterson.“We’ll find the middle ground. These are reasonable people that come from the same communities that we come from and we will find a way of getting this work done,” Schweitzer said. “Thank God this is not the United States Congress. These are still reasonable people that live close to where we live.“We want to find a solution that is equitable for the most people in Montana.” Stay Connected with the Daily Roundup. Sign up for our newsletter and get the best of the Beacon delivered every day to your inbox.last_img read more

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Group of Donegal GPs back ‘No’ Campaign

first_img Pinterest WhatsApp Google+ Twitter Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Pinterest Twitter A group of Donegal doctors have issued a statement on the side of the ‘no’ campaign in the upcoming abortion referendum.The six GPs in question refute and take issue with the pro-choice movement repeated claims that the 8th Amendment puts the lives of pregnant mothers at risk.They say that this is not the case with the Maternal Death Inquiry (Ireland) finding that deaths in Ireland were extremely rare.Dr Michael Cooke a local GP says the facts speak for themselves:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/doctoghgfhgfrcooke.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Group of Donegal GPs back ‘No’ Campaign By News Highland – April 20, 2018 Facebook Google+ The statement in full: Dear Sir/Madam,As pro-life doctors in Donegal we refute and take issue with the pro-choice movement’s repeated claims that the 8th Amendment puts the lives of pregnant mothers at risk. This is not the case. As recently as December 12th 2017, the Maternal Death Inquiry (Ireland) found that deaths in Ireland were extremely rare – this would not be the case if doctors were prevented by the 8th Amendment from saving lives. In fact, the Medical Council guidelines in Ireland oblige doctors to act even if that means the baby’s life may be lost. The guidelines state that during pregnancy rare complications can arise where a therapeutic intervention is required which may result in there being little to no hope of the baby surviving. In exceptional circumstances, it may be necessary to terminate the pregnancy to protect the life of the mother while making every effort to preserve the life of the baby. In plain English, that means if a doctor feels that a pregnancy poses a real threat to the woman’s life, even if that threat is not immediate, they may perform a termination of pregnancy, usually by delivering the baby*. In fact, our mortality rates are lower than the UK and USA where abortion is freely available.The pro-choice lobby seems to claim that Mrs Savita Halappanavar died because of the 8th Amendment. Mrs Halappanavar in fact died due to chorioamnionitis and septicaemia which was mismanaged. There were three investigations into her death by HIQA, the HSE and the coroner. All reports concluded that her tragic death was caused by the medical mismanagement of a virulent form of sepsis. The coroner’s inquest found that she died from medical misadventure. No mention was made of the 8th Amendment. Numerous medical personnel concurred with those conclusions.Yours sincerely,- Dr. Micheal Cooke GP – Dr. Murrogh Birmingham GP – Dr. Kevin Bonner GP – Dr. Maureen O’Carroll – Dr. Brian McColgan GP – Dr. Tony Delap GP Facebook AudioHomepage BannerNews RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Previous articleCavanagh in fight to be ready for championshipNext articleDonegal Together for Yes to officially launch campaign tonight News Highland Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens furtherlast_img read more

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Ongoing traveller feud could lead to murder according to PSNI

first_imgHomepage BannerNews Facebook By News Highland – October 27, 2018 Facebook Twitter Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest Derry Magistrates Court has heard that Police believe someone could be murdered as part of an ongoing feud within a family of travellers.The Court was told that Gardai are investigating an incident in a bar in Bridgend, Co Donegal which may be linked to the feud.Eamonn Stokes, 23, of Glengalliagh Park in Derry appeared charged with inflicting grievous bodily harm with intent on a man in Maghera and entering a premises as a trespasser, armed with a machete with intent to inflict grievous bodily harm on October 23rd.A police officer told the court they believed the incident was part of ‘an ongoing feud within the Stokes family.’He outlined several incidents believed to be linked to the feud including a shotgun attack in Derry on August 31st and a large scale fight in Strabane on September 10th.The court also heard that police forces in England were investigating incidents believed also to be linked to this feud and Gardai are said to be investigating a serious assault in a bar in Bridgend in Donegal.The officer said the basis of the feud was a court case in England and said ‘the attacks are an attempt to intimidate family members involved as witnesses in this case.’District Judge Barney McElholm refused bail and Stokes was remanded in custody to appear again on November 22. Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Ongoing traveller feud could lead to murder according to PSNI Previous articleMain Evening News, Sport, Nuacht and Obituaries Friday October 26thNext articleIrish Water notification causes confusion over drinking water supplies in Moville area News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORcenter_img Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Google+ Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Twitter Google+ WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows WhatsApp Pinterest Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA last_img read more

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News / Ki-tack Lim confirmed as new International Maritime Organization secretary general

first_img“However, with the collective wisdom and insight of all Member States and stakeholders, I am confident that we can withstand the storm and resolve such difficult issues,” he said.After graduating from Korea’s Maritime and Ocean University in Busan in 1977 He went to sea as a Korean naval officer, and later sailed for Sanko Shipping Company. He joined the Korea Maritime and Port Administration in 1985 and began attending IMO meetings as part of the Korean delegation the next year, and was elected chairman of the Tokyo Memorandum on Port State Control in 2004.In 2006, Mr Lim was appointed Maritime Attaché, minister-counsellor at the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in London and led all IMO work for the country, serving as deputy permanent representative to IMO until August 2009.Mr Lim was then appointed director general for Maritime Safety at ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs and in July 2012 assumed his current position at Busan Port Authority. By Gavin van Marle 27/11/2015 Current IMO secretary general Kijo Sekimizu (left) & his successor Ki-tack Lim (right)center_img The International Maritime Organization (IMO), the UN body responsible for shipping, has appointed South Korean national Ki-tack Lim as its new secretary general.Mr Lim will take over from existing incumbent Koji Sekimizu on 1 January 2016 after an IMO Assembly confirmed his appointment this week, following the June election that saw him beat Danish candidate Andreas Nordseth to the post.Mr Lim is currently president of Busan Port Authority, South Korea’s largest port, where he will continue until the end of the year, and will then take on the IMO role for an initial four-year period.“IMO currently faces an array of challenges and issues such as implementation of Member State Audit Scheme, emissions from ships, application of Goal Based Standards, increasing traffic in polar waters, introduction of e-Navigation, the Ballast Water Management Convention, counter-piracy activities, cyber security and safety standards for passenger ships and fishing vessels.last_img read more

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Premium / Market Insight: As DSV loses APAC sales VP, only one ex-Panalpina exec is left to bet on now

first_img Email* Subscription required for Premium stories In order to view the entire article please login with a valid subscription below or register an account and subscribe to Premium By Alessandro Pasetti 26/06/2020 Email* Premium subscriber LOGIN Reset Your Password Password* New Premium subscriber REGISTER Please either REGISTER or login below to continue Forgotten your password? Please click here LOGIN << Go back Please Login Frantic, entertaining and spiritual – what a week we just had.The back and forth in my marketplace was driven by betting odds, as the pandemic has exacerbated moves in the hunt for senior people rather than numbers.And so the game began on Monday before reaching its climax 48 hours later, with virtually everybody in the trusted crew of Premium willing to speculate on Stefan Karlen, the ex-CEO of Panalpina (PAN).But other news came first from elsewhere.’Bye bye DSV “Hi. The DSV head ... Resetlast_img read more

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