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Cracking the code

24 June 2013

African leaders gather in Yaoundé to hammer out a joint action plan and code of conduct for tackling piracy.

Stay on your mettle against the scrap thieves

24 June 2013

The Pan Wales Metal Theft Working Group will be hosting a seminar on metal theft at Cardiff City Football Stadium in Leckwith tomorrow (25 June).

Catch Frank in Chicago

21 June 2013

Frank Abagnale, fraud-prevention expert and author of 'Catch Me If You Can', will be the keynote speaker at the Secure Cash & Transport Association's inaugural annual conference in Chicago.

Showing aviation's caring side

18 June 2013

The Dubai Airshow will be highlighting the role of aviation in providing humanitarian relief with a dedicated pavilion at this year’s show.

Road map for future growth

13 June 2013

The Islamic Development Bank and the Arab Union of Land Transport unveil the findings of an 18-month study project at the IRU Euro-Asian Road Transport Conference in Amman, Jordan.

Tsunami heroes

12 June 2013

The Japan Trucking Association is awarded the IRU Grand Prix d’Honneur at the IRU Euro-Asian Road Transport Conference for its work in spearheading relief efforts during the 2011 Tsunami.

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11 June 2013

ITN Productions and The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport will unveil their new Global Logistics and Transport News programme at CILT’s annual logistics conference on Wednesday.

Buzz builds for noise and vibration reduction conference

10 June 2013

IMarEST reports that international interest in its Ship Noise And Vibration Conference is building.

Three Months' Notice

10 June 2013

The Freight Transport Association announces that its offering intensive DCPC courses for passenger vehicle operators.

Routes revival

06 June 2013

The organizers of the IRU Euro-Asian Road Transport Conference, taking place in Amman, Jordan on 12-13 June, report that a Ministerial meeting about reviving the Silk Road routes will take place in parallel to the plenary conference programme.

'Getting infrastructure right is a priority,' says transport minister

05 June 2013

Speaking at the Rail Freight Group annual conference yesterday, Stephen Hammond, the Under Secretary of State for Transport, says: 'Getting infrastructure right is a priority. It will drive economic growth and economic prosperity.'

Avoid the copycats' claws

05 June 2013

In a rush to renew your passport before dashing off to that all-important conference in the Maldives? Don't get caught out by the 'copycat' websites that sneak up to the top of your Google search.

Next stop... Doha

05 June 2013

The International Air Transport Association announces that Qatar Airways will host the 70th IATA Annual General Meeting and World Air Transport Summit next year.

Olympian double summit

04 June 2013

Nineteen Events expands Transport Security line-up, and launches new Transport Safety Expo.

Freighty matters

04 June 2013

The free-to-attend Freight By Water Conference will focus on 'issues of national significance' and the 2015 Sulphur Directive.

Last orders for Safety in Logistics

04 June 2013

The Freight Transport Association urges delegates to book their places for the Safety in Logistics conference, which has moved to a bigger venue in order to accommodate the high take-up.

Triple crowns at Nor-Shipping

04 June 2013

Winners announced for three Nor-Shipping awards.

New Ops Head for Capita

31 May 2013

Capita travel and events appoints Mark Fry for the newly-created role of head of operations for meetings and events.

Protesters storm Suez Canal conference

24 May 2013

Angry demonstrators break up a governnment-backed conference which aimed to showcase the Suez Canal Corridor development project to foreign investors.

Fortune 500

08 May 2013

The International Association of Ports and Harbors’ World Ports Conference, taking place in Los Angeles this week, attracts nearly 500 attendees.

Surveyors' association launched

30 April 2013

The International Association of Marine Warranty Surveyors is formally launched at Lloyd's of London.

Reliability is key

25 April 2013

Increased reliability and efficiency of terminal operations can be crucial factors in helping shipping lines to achieve better results in this tough economic environment, APM Terminals' Chief Commercial Officer Martin Gaard Christiansen tells delegates at the 15th Annual Global Liner Shipping Conference in London.

New president for EAASP

25 April 2013

The European Association of Airport and Seaport Police, which has been holding its annual general meeting in Gibraltar this week, announces that Eddie Yome, the Royal Gibraltar Police Commissioner, has been elected as its new president.

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