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The UPS Worldwide Express Freight service, designed for urgent, time-sensitive and high-value international heavyweight shipments, added eight new origin countries and five new destination countries to its network.
The Government of Canada and Port Metro Vancouver agreed to fund $6 million each towards the installation of shore power for containerships at two of the port's terminals.
USA Truck appoints CEO, while England Logistics and High Road Partners appoint VPs, and the Renault-Nissan Alliance picks new head of supply chain.
The second quarter financial results of ocean carriers NYK, MOL and "K" Line reflected a weak Asia-Europe market and strong supply pressure.
The U.S. Senate also passed a long-term highway bill that will be debated by the House after the summer break.
The European Commission will now conduct an in-depth analysis under the EU's merger regulations before coming to a decision on FedEx's $4.8 billion offer to buy TNT.