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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Cargologicair Helps Giro D’italia Teams Make History

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: CargoLogicAir (CLA), the British all-cargo airline, helped to ensure competitors taking part in the historic 101st Giro d’Italia bike race reached the starting line on-time – in Israel! For the first time, the race has commenced outside of Italy with individual time trials for riders …

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Chidambaranar Port Donates Sports Cycle to Budding Cyclist

Tuticorin: Port Wings News Network: Shri I. Jeyakumar, Chairman, V.O. Chidambaranar Port Trust on 11 May handed over a Sports Cycle to a budding Cyclist Miss J.Srimathi, studying 8th Standard in St. Peters Higher Secondary School, Keelamudimun. In order to train using professional equipment and achieve greater heights, V.O. Chidambaranar …

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Digitization Saves More Than Just Time at APM Terminals Pipavav

Mumbai: Port Wings News Network: APM Terminals Pipavav have developed an online version of Form 13 (gate-in permits issued by terminals) required for each import/export container. Known as e-form 13, it will save close to 3 million kilometres of road trips and their associated carbon emissions each year. For customer …

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APL Further Reduces Fleet Carbon Emissions in 2017

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: APL on 10 May announced a 50.7% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions per transported container per kilometer in 2017, compared to its base level in 2009. This achievement marks APL’s eighth consecutive year of improved environmental performance, as reported in the Business for Social Responsibility’s …

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Blockchain Technology Set to Renew and Ease Ship Registration

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: Having to travel halfway around the world, which today is common practice when ships are traded, could become a thing of the past due to digitalisation. By using Blockchain technology, the Ministry of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs aims to significantly reduce administrative burdens in …

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