Land Sea & Air

Land, Sea & Air is a business-to-business publication dedicated to the movement of both products and people.

Through articles, case studies, news and specific focuses on industry-leading companies, the magazine covers the important issues that face senior management across the entire spectrum of the transport industry. As a result, it is able to address the challenges that are relevant to a variety of sectors, such as Sea & Rail Freight, Ports, Road Haulage, Public Transport, Air Cargo and Airports; within these areas, topics as diverse as Container Tracking, Satellite Technology, Materials Handling, RFID, Forklifts, Cranes and Fleet Management are featured.

With a particular focus on the efficiencies of supply chain, the management of effective logistics and the continual advancement of technology, Land, Sea & Air focuses on the hot topics and trends that are most important to the busy professional.

Features

At the core of any materials handling fleet is the right power source. Phil Ireland discusses the options for tomorrow’s ports, warehouses and depots

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Features

What impact will EVs have asks Matt Brown

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Exclusive Features

From medical vaccinations to the latest smartphones, luxury household goods and motor vehicles, there will be very few people that haven’t used a product that at some point has been delivered by aircraft

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Exclusive Features

Launched in March 2017 and wholly-owned by Aecon Concessions, Bermuda Skyport Corporation Limited is a special-purpose company established with the goal of managing and co-ordinating the overall delivery of the LF Wade International Airport’s redevelopment project for a 30-year concession term

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Profiles

Transport for London’s Annual Report for 2016/17 has shown that moving about in London by bus remains the preferred option for public transport users. Around 2.24 billion journeys were made on the classic red buses in the period between April 2016 and March 2017, almost one billion more than the number of total fares on the London Underground

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Profiles

The history of the Port of Cork can be traced back to 1814, when the Cork Harbour Commissioners was founded, in order to operate the city’s seaport facilities and harbour

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