• 06 Jul 2018 10:45 AM | Anonymous

    Dear All,

    New members are going on to join Freight Forwarders Family. Today it is our pleasure to share with you that TIANJIN ANHAI LOGISTICS DEVELOPMENT CO.,LTD (SHANGHAI BRANCH) is our new beginner level member* from CHINA.

    Let’s welcome our new member on board of the Freight Forwarders Family! Have a great cooperation together!
    ADDRESS: Room 2101,Building A, Chamtime Corporate Avenue No.899 Haining Road Jingan Dist, Shanghai, 200000, China   
    CONTACT: Justin Jiang / Manager   
    TEL: +86 216 3595505   
    FAX: +86 216 3726600     


  • 11 Jun 2018 4:53 PM | Anonymous

    This notification is for your kind attention from 3F member Limamar Air and Sea Services Co. Ltd., Turkey.

    Due to Eid Ul-Fitr Holiday, their office will be closed on 15th June Friday.

    Kindly be informed that they will resume working on 18th June Monday as usual.

    In case of emergency, you can reach them via Mr. Soykan Soy's mobile number.


  • 08 Jun 2018 11:38 AM | Anonymous

    This notification is for your kind attention from 3F member PT. FORIN TRANSBUANA LOGISTICS, Indonesia.

    Happy Eid Al Fitr to all partners who celebrate it.

    We wish you and family nothing but happiness and peace.

    Below are our holiday notice :

    Forin Logistics – Jakarta and Surabaya are closed on June 13th and resume to work on June 20th

    Forin Logistics – Denpasar is closed on June 13th and resume to work on June 18th

    May you have the most joyous Eid Day.

    Lina Rosinta | Business Development
    Address: GWI Building, 1st Floor, Jl. Bibis 8 Surabaya 60161,
    East Java - Indonesia
    Phone: +62 31 3545868 Ext 301
    Fax: +62 31 3545862


  • 19 May 2018 10:26 AM | Anonymous

    Dear All,

    New members are going on to join Freight Forwarders Family.

    3F valued member SOUTH OCEAN FREIGHT INTERNATIONAL L.L.C, U.A.E. referred one of its strong and active partners ASSET LOJISTIK A.S., Turkey.

    Today it is our pleasure to share with you that ASSET LOJISTIK A.S. successfully completed membership requirements and joined as beginner level member among 3F Family from TURKEY.

    Let’s welcome our new member on board of the Freight Forwarders Family! Have a great cooperation together!

    ADDRESS: Adnan Kahveci Bulvari Aker Plaza No: 198 A Blok Kat: 7 34188 Bahcelievler - Istanbul, Turkey   
    CONTACTS: Tuna Hazar Avci
    Onur Tekin   
    TEL: +90 212 639 49 49    
    FAX: +90 212 639 46 46     


  • 17 May 2018 5:59 PM | Anonymous

    This notification is for your kind attention from 3F member Platinum Shipping & Logistics LLC, United Arab Emirates.

    During the Holy Ramadan their office timings will be as follows:

    8:00 AM to 3:00 PM - Sunday to Thursday
    8:00 AM to 1:00 PM - Saturday
    (GMT +4)
    Friday holiday

    If need any urgent support, please email to PSL Team.


  • 09 May 2018 11:09 AM | Anonymous

    Original news was published 07 May, 2018

    The Supervisory Board of Deutsche Lufthansa has approved the order of two Boeing 777F for Lufthansa Cargo.

    Delivery is already on the way: in both February and March 2019, a newly-built aircraft each will take off from the Boeing plant in Seattle headed for Germany. The carrier currently has a cargo fleet of five B777Fs and twelve MD-11Fs.

    "The Boeing 777F is not only the world's most powerful, efficient and environmentally friendly freighter, it is also a visible sign of our modernization strategy," said Peter Gerber, chief executive of Lufthansa Cargo.

    He added:"With the growth of our B777 freighter fleet, an important milestone has been reached on our way to forming a company for the next generation."

    With a full payload of 103 tons, the B777F is able to stay in the air for ten and a half hours. It covers a distance of more than 9,000 kilometers non-stop.

    Lufthansa Cargo added in a statement: "Further projects to drive forward the modernization of the airline are already being implemented. For example, the infrastructure at the Hub in Frankfurt is being modernized substantially, and a new CoolCenter is under investment at the Hub in Munich. The freight crane is also advancing the digitization of the entire process chain.

    "The modernization of the fleet also significantly reduces the burden on the environment. The specific CO2 emissions of the Boeing 777F are almost 20% lower than those of the existing MD-11 freighters. Lufthansa Cargo is thus taking the next major step towards achieving its ambitious environmental goals."


  • 07 May 2018 2:16 PM | Anonymous

    Original news was published 05 May, 2018

    Major US carrier United Airlines and Germany’s Lufthansa Cargo have launched their previously announced air cargo joint venture.

    Effective May 3, the two carriers jointly manage sales and booking of standard and express shipments on routes between Europe and the US using their joint venture framework.

    Starting with selected routings from the US, Italy, Great Britain, Ireland and Germany, the carriers will expand the geographical scope in the coming months and plan to include additional products and features in the future.

    “The combination of the two strong networks offers new routing options. The co-location of our warehouses, in Munich for example, is an additional benefit, with customers needing only one location for export drop-off and import delivery. Aligned processes and quicker transfers between separate warehouses also lead to streamlined transport times,” said Peter Gerber, chairman and CEO of Lufthansa Cargo.

    “Through our joint venture, United and Lufthansa Cargo offer transatlantic shippers more options that produce these benefits – including increased frequencies on a combined network accessible through either partner’s booking channels. Our aligned teams and processes also deliver the superior service quality essential to our customers’ success,” said Jan Krems, president, United Cargo.


  • 04 May 2018 12:22 PM | Anonymous

    Original news was published 04 May, 2018

    Turkish Cargo, the leading cargo transportation company, has added Brussels, the capital city of Belgium as a destination for direct scheduled cargo flights.

    The carrier aims to focus on transporting mainly time and temperature sensitive shipments such as drugs and other express products on the route.

    In the earlier months, the route will be operated with Airbus A310F cargo freighter on Saturdays.

    Belgium, also known as the European Union and the European Capital, is a main production centre for mechanical chemical products, mining and automobile fixtures and is also a major chocolate production center.

    Turkish Cargo launched new routes in 2018, expanding its flight network. The new cargo routes include Taipei (Taiwan), Miami (USA), Toronto (Canada), Zaragoza (Spain), Houston (USA), Bogota (Colombia), Liege (Belgium), Muscat (Oman), Mexico City (Mexico), Vilnius (Lithuania) and Brussels (Belgium).

    The airline plans to expand its cargo flights network further by the second half of this year with new routes such as Quito (Equator), Karaganda (Kazakhstan), Tokyo (Japan), Navoi (Uzbekistan), Abu Dhabi (UAE), Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) and Misurata (Libya).


  • 02 May 2018 10:34 AM | Anonymous

    Original news was published 28 April, 2018

    Port of Amsterdam’s revenue increased in 2017, reaching EUR 150.1 million, as compared to EUR 146.3 million delivered in 2016.

    The operating result increased from EUR 73.3 million in 2016 to EUR 74.3 million in 2017.

    “Record transshipment of 81.3 million tonnes in 2017 contributed to our good operating result of more than EUR 74 million,” Koen Overtoom, CEO of Port of Amsterdam, said.

    “2017 also saw the arrival of a number of fantastic businesses in the port, such as Bio Energy Netherlands and Chaincraft, which are contributing to the achievement of our strategy and Vision2030,” Overtoom added.

    Transhipment in the North Sea Canal Area rose to a record level of 100.8 million tonnes in 2017, while transhipment in the Port of Amsterdam was up 2.4% to 81.3 million tonnes. The port informed that the increase occurred in virtually all cargo flows, with the largest rises in agribulk, ores and fertilisers. Transhipment of coal declined by 3 percent to 15.8 million tonnes.

    The number of sea-going vessels visiting the port region in 2017 increased to 7,011 from 6,982 in 2016.

    Port of Amsterdam expects the storage and transhipment of fossil transport fuels such as petrol, diesel and kerosene to continue to rise in the coming years.

    “The circular cluster will also be expanded in 2018 with a number of new facilities and we will make further progress on energy transition.”


  • 30 Apr 2018 1:46 PM | Anonymous

    Original news was published 28 April, 2018

    In the first quarter of 2018, Miami International Airport has seen four percent growth year-on-year in freight tonnage and 3.79 percent increase year-on-year in passenger traffic.

    International freight traffic rose 1.8 percent to 491,264 tonnes and domestic freight jumped 19.1 percent to 84,180 tonnes, for a combined 575,444 tonnes, in the first three months of the year.

    International travelers rose 4.64 percent to 5.5 million passengers, while domestic traffic increased three percent to six million passengers, for a total of 11.5 million travelers at MIA in the first quarter.

    “The upward trend is expected to continue into the second quarter, when four airlines will launch new Miami service and the busy summer travel season begins,” informs the airport through a statement.

    The new four airlines are LATAM Airlines, Bahamasair, Air Italy and American Airlines.

    Later this year, Brazilian low cost carrier GOL will return to MIA with daily flights to Brasilia and Fortaleza on November 4, and American Airlines will launch new service to Georgetown, Guyana and Pereira, Colombia in December.

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