Kuehne + Nagel

Kuehne + Nagel tractor-trailer

Kuehne + Nagel is a freight forwarder that operates air, land, and sea routes. It is headquartered in Schindellegi, Switzerland and employs around 63,000 individuals in over 1000 offices spread throughout 100 countries.

In 2013, Kuehne + Nagel’s sea freight division recorded volume growth of 3 percent, rising to 3.6 million TEUs. The air division recorded a 3.8 percent increase in volume from 2012’s 1 million metric tons, to 1.1 million tons.

The company reported a 2.7 percent increase in gross profit ,from $6.9 billion in 2012 to $7.1 billion in 2013. The company’s revenue of $22.6 billion in 2013 earned it the No. 2 spot on JOC’s ranking of the Top 40 Global 3PLs.

18 Jul 2017
Air freight soared by 18 percent.
18 Jul 2017
The Swiss global logistics group said the acquisitions have added more than 150,000 tons to its global perishables network.
15 Jun 2017
Kuehne + Nagel's Otto Schacht discussed the areas of tech investment that will yield the most improvement in the supply c
08 Jun 2017
As companies institute sustainability goals to woo investors and consumers, the shipping industry is becoming more transparent about its carbon emissions.
20 Apr 2017
Kuehne+Nagel’s ocean and air traffic surged in the first quarter.
12 Apr 2017
Kuehne + Nagel signs agreement with Alibaba to send goods by sea, rail, and truck.
01 Mar 2017
Kuehne + Nagel posted a record result for 2016.
31 Oct 2016
Kuehne + Nagel’s adoption of the freight rate management platform CargoSphere is another sign that the type of technological disruption that has taken place in other sectors of the economy will occur more gradually and less destructively in shipping.
18 Oct 2016
The Swiss logistics and forwarding giant expressed confidence in the fourth quarter.
14 Oct 2016
While technology solutions are important to improving supply chains, the digitization of supply chain planning and operations can only go so far.
23 Sep 2016
A federal bankruptcy judge on Friday agreed that non-vessel-operating common carriers should be covered by part of a protective order granted two weeks ago that was intended to help smooth the release of tens of thousands of containers trapped on Hanjin Shipping vessels and terminals around the globe.
16 Sep 2016
A group of non-vessel-operating common carriers has asked a federal bankruptcy judge to assert that they are covered by a protective order granted last week.