Air France-KLM's freight fleet has fallen from 26 in 2005 to six this year and the cargo division seeks to break even in 2017.
Air France-KLM’s cargo loss narrowed slightly in the second quarter, but the airline's cargo unit was still stuck in the red.

Rate cuts by the Russian rail monopoly RZD have made trucking uncompetitive with rail on some key routes, boosting the market share of the latter.
Russia’s container trade continues to rebound, sparking an intense competition between truckers and railroads.

US trucking industry pioneer built one of the largest LTL carriers, now UPS Freight.

Dockworker arrests are only the latest intrigue at South America's busiest container port.

Absorption of warehouse and distribution facilities is expected to exceed delivery of new space.

The company is among North America’s largest providers of outsourced ocean container freight station services.

DP World added around 3.5 million TEUs of new gross capacity in 2015, taking total gross capacity to 79.6 million TEUs, space the terminal operator will need if its predictions of accelerating growth ring true.
DP World expects its modest growth in the first half of the year to speed up.

Automating the freight booking process may be a little closer with the launching of an online marketplace for China-U.S. shipments.

Officials inaugurate the new rail facility at Krishnapatnam Port, which is the latest sign of growing interest in the port by shippers and transportation companies.
Container Corporation of India is aggressively ramping up its intermodal reach into Krishnapatnam Port.

Hanjin Shipping confirmed it remains in negotiations with tonnage providers for lower rates, but wouldn't say much else.