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    Panalpina expands Africa footprint

Panalpina expands Africa footprint

International freight forwarding and logistics company, Panalpina, has opened two new bases in Morocco and Kenya. The offices in Casablanca and Nairobi became fully operational in January, and support Panalpina’s

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    Ethiopian Airlines: new and direct route to Africa

Ethiopian Airlines: new and direct route to Africa

Ethiopian Airlines, the largest airline in Africa, is pleased to announce that it has finalized preparations to start new services to Tokyo Narita International Airport in April 20, 2015, in

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    Panalpina flies UNICEF Ebola relief to Sierra Leone

Panalpina flies UNICEF Ebola relief to Sierra Leone

Panalpina joined forces with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) to support the world’s ongoing fight against the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone, the most affected country. Panalpina flight took

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African inland infrastructure woes cost shippers dearly

  African inland infrastructure woes cost shippers dearly

Africa’s inland freight network is so troubled that it costs roughly seven times more to ship a container from Mombasa,

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Government unveils marine protection campaign

  Government unveils marine protection campaign

The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries will kick off its annual festive season marine protection awareness campaign in Paternoster

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India’s growth to have impact on Africa next year

  India’s growth to have impact on Africa next year

With just days to go for 2014 to end, a new study has projected a steady growth in India, which

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East African leaders push ahead with controversial LAPSSET transport corridor

  East African leaders push ahead with controversial LAPSSET transport corridor

East African leaders have hailed the new standard gauge railway project as the biggest joint development in post independence Africa.

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Ethiopian Cargo Qualifies for EU Security Regulation

  Ethiopian Cargo Qualifies for EU Security Regulation

The Ethiopian Airlines cargo hub in Addis Ababa qualified for the new European Union cargo security regulation called the ACC3.

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European Commission Updates the EU Air Safety List

  European Commission Updates the EU Air Safety List

European Commission has updated the European list of airlines subject to an operating ban or operational restrictions within the European

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