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30 August 2011
 
 

ARTICLE

 
  FDI In Retail Will Boost Logistics  
     
 
  Ports / Shipping  
  Dredging Project at ICTT Vallarpadam Makes Progress
 
  Colombo Dockyard to Build Ships for Lakshadweep  
  ETV to Remove Ships that Drift Towards Indian Shores  
  Sea Freight Rates Drop  
     
  INFRASTRUCTURE/NEW LAUNCHES/OPERATIONS  
  TVS Logistics Inaugurates Assembly Facility at Sholavaram  
  FedEx Adds XL to its Pack Options in Asia  
  Ingersoll Rand Announces Launch of Cold Chain Consulting in India  
  Expenditure On Urban Infrastructure  
  Common Mobility Card  
     
  RAILWAYS  
  Freight Terminals Upgradation Process On  
  Railway Revenue Up by 7.43 per cent  
  Railways Take Steps To Prevent Misuse Of Tatkal Scheme  
  Plantation On Railway Land  
  Attachment Of Un Reserved Coaches In Trains  
     
  ROAD TRANSPORT  
  National Permit System For Truckers  
  Who Report Of Road Accidents In India  
  National And Express Highways In NE Region  
  EgoM On Development Of Roads  
  Economic System Affected Due To Road Accidents  
     
  AIRWAYS  
  Finnair Cargo Offers Freighter Capacity to Mumbai  
  SpiceJet Accepts Two Q400, Signs Agreement with Bombardier  
  Emirates SkyCargo Scores Hat-trick In Nepal  
  Bombardier Aerospace Announces The Retirement Of Gary Scott  
  Air Mauritius Extends Agreement With Traxon Europe  
 
  Kerry Logistics Opens New Logistics Centre In Hanoi
PolyOne Drives Innovation By Increased Engagement Of Supply Chain
Kane Is Able Partners With Manhattan Associates
ISM-ADR Announce Partnership With PASIA-TransProcure In Asia
Crowley's ATB Vision/650-10 to Deliver Petroleum Products in U.S.
 
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