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

A couple of years of operating a reefer service to West Africa was more than enough for Breadbox Shipping Lines (Breadbox) to come to the conclusion that the African continent contained so many shipping opportunities that it was worthwhile for the company to grow into a pure Africa specialist

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Profiles

Founded in Gothenburg in 2003, NTEX was the brainchild of ten industrial enthusiasts, all of whom shared a common vision

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Profiles

Yusen Logistics takes pride in its rich heritage and history to what is now a globally recognised supply chain solutions company with a highly diverse service portfolio

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Profiles

Eric Seamon, the CEO of Ocean Wide Logistics (OWL) admits that his company’s philosophy may sound a little too simple

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Profiles

That we have come to a point where everyone needs to pull their weight in battling climate change, is an idea that gains traction by the day across the Western world

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Profiles

The reduction of the continent’s CO2 footprint is a common goal that the majority of European countries have agreed on and are actively pursuing. As a sign of its commitment – following the 2015 UN Climate Change Conference and the ensuing Paris Agreement – the UK government formed the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) to explore the possibilities of cutting CO2 emissions in the transport sector

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