Virgin Group partners with Hyperloop One project

Virgin Group partners with Hyperloop One project

Virgin Group has invested in the California startup Hyperloop One – the world’s most revolutionary train service. As part of the partnership, Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Group will join the board of the California startup, which will be renamed Virgin Hyperloop One in the coming months
Sohar Port and Freezone kicks off first phase of expansion

Sohar Port and Freezone kicks off first phase of expansion

Oman’s Sohar Port and Freezone has reportedly stated that the first phase of its expansion plan is expected to commence soon.The expansion is part of the freezone’s long-term move to grow the vital industrial and maritime hub by as much as 50 per cent, a report said.According to officials, the current expansion project, dubbed Sohar Port South, envisages the dredging and reclamation of a w
ACI Africa forum kicks off in Mauritius


The 27th ACI Africa/World Annual General Assembly, Conference and Exhibition, hosted by Airports of Mauritius, officially kicked-off this morning in Port Louis, Mauritius, under the theme,
ACI inks MoU with HNA Airport Group

ACI inks MoU with HNA Airport Group
Airports Council International (ACI) and HNA Airport Group have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the 27th ACI Africa/World Annual General Assembly, Conference
All units of Kuehne Nagel record significant market share gain in first nine months of 2017

All units of Kuehne + Nagel record significant market share gain in first nine months of 2017

In the first nine months of 2017, the Kuehne Nagel Group’s growth momentum accelerated sequentially in the quarters. All business units recorded significant market share gains. Compared to the same period last year, net turnover increased by 10.4 percent to CHF 13,525 million and gross profit by 4.8 percent to CHF 5,136 million. The operational result (EBITDA) impr
South Africa’s Transnet Declares 95 percent of Durban Port safe

South Africa’s Transnet Declares 95 percent of Durban Port safe

At least 95 percent of the Durban Port area has now been declared safe for the navigation of vessels, says a latest release from Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA).Severe weather conditions last week had left Durban flooded which re
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