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10 Apr Kasumbalesa queue now 72km long

All transit traffic into Zambia has been halted with immediate effect as congestion continues to escalate at the country’s border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). According to Mike Fitzmaurice of Fesarta, the truck queue has reached the town of Chambishi, situated between Chingola...

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05 Apr ICS: Oversupply Still a Major Challenge

Simon Bennett, Deputy Secretary General of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has warned that avoiding overcapacity and unsustainably low freight rates is still a major challenge 10 years after the massive downturn of 2008. “In that time shipping companies needed to show restraint when ordering...

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03 Apr GLA AGM Member Royaltainer Corporation Ltd.

We welcomed members at this years AGM to tell us what they thought about the AGM and GLA. This is Royaltainer Corporation Ltd. from Thailand For more information please visit  [button size='' style='' text='Here' icon='' icon_color='' link='https://globallogisticsassociates.org/view-profile/?userid=239' target='_self' color='' hover_color='' border_color='' hover_border_color='' background_color=#0053a0'' hover_background_color='' font_style='' font_weight='' text_align='center' margin='']   [vc_video...

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13 Mar GLA 2019 AGM Sponsors

The GLA AGM is nearly over. It has been an amazing event with record numbers of member connections and business deals. We would like to thank Panama City for hosting the event and our sponsors who are simply amazing! Also a BIG thank you to all the...

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12 Mar GLA Member of the Year 2018

At this years GLA AGM we presented to Klaus and Vivian Steinhoff from Brazil Wind Logistics AG Intl. De Cargas Ltda. the member of the year award. Brazil Wind Logistics AG Intl. De Cargas Ltda. have been an active member of GLA since 2013. Wind Logistics offers all...

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01 Mar Panama Canal Connects 1,700 Ports

For more than 100 years, the Panama Canal has improved global commerce, transportation and connectivity, enabling growing opportunities for countries around the world. The waterway currently serves 140 routes, connecting 1,700 ports and 160 countries. The main user of the Panama Canal is the U.S., which...

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