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Just a lot of hot air? Airships, flying bums and floating whales

  • Insights

Airplanes have been the obvious choice when it comes to transporting cargo, but technological advances may now be key in the airship’s comeback as a cargo transporter.

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"That's a Bingo!" Rolling and flying in the warehouse

  • Insights

Small, agile, round - the rolling Bin:Go transport drone, developed by the Fraunhofer Institute IML, reminds people- the comparison is allowed - of the sassy BB-8 droid from Star Wars.

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Comprehensive Logistics for 88,000 Vehicles per Year

  • Success Stories

Minth is a leading automotive supplier with growing global significance and cargo-partner provides the vehicle parts manufacturer with a comprehensive and accurate logistics solution.

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A380F - The giant freighter that never took off

  • Insights

In contrast to its famous counterpart, the 747, the freighter version of the A380 will probably never take off. Initially the plane showed enormous potential - not just as a freighter.

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“BUD’s vision is to become the main cargo airport for the CEE region”

  • Interviews

We took the completion of BUD Cargo City as an occasion to invite Budapest Airport's René Droese to talk to us about recent developments in airfreight and their further expansion plans.

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IMO 2020: Changes for the Shipping Industry

  • Facts

The IMO 2020 regulation has become effective as of January 1, lowering the global limit for sulfur content of ships’ fuel oil. We took a look at the options carriers have to comply with it.

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Made in Sweden: Have you heard of Saint Lucy’s Day?

  • Facts

Shipping has always played an important role in Sweden – and with its 3,218 kilometers of Nordic coast, it’s no wonder that trade and commercial traffic fueled the Swedish economy.

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Good Neighbors: Makita and cargo-partner celebrate 10 years of cooperation

  • Success Stories

It started with air and seafreight shipments in 2009. The cooperation continuously grew closer, and in 2018, both companies cemented their partnership by moving in right next to each other.

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Hóngbāo: Of demons and red envelopes

  • Insights

In China, as well as in many other East Asian societies, a red envelope is a popular gift known as Hóngbāo. This old and popular tradition has since found its way into the digital age.

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“The burden on the world’s oceans caused by heavy fuel oil cannot be justified”

  • Interviews

Dr. Sebastian Kummer is a renowned expert in the transport and logistics industry. We asked him for his opinion about current industry topics as well as a well-founded forecast of 2020.

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A shortcut through the Arctic?

  • Facts

The Northern Sea Route is the shortest maritime route from Europe to Asia. Its only drawback is that it is icebound and impassable for half the year. But it seems this is already changing.

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