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.

Profiles

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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Features

According to Alex Veitch, the case for enlarging Heathrow Airport is clear

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Profiles

With roots dating back to 1908, privately owned shipping company Gestion Maritime has grown to become a prominent global tonnage provider that has remained fully independent and capable of a prompt response to market changes

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Features

Maurizio Bragagni discusses how changes in the maritime sector are driving vessel owners and operators to look for more environmentally-friendly power options in port

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Profiles

If you were to connect the European cities of Amsterdam, Paris and Frankfurt on a map you would be left with what some refer to as a ‘golden triangle’, a dense area of production that is unique for the continent and handles approximately 66 per cent of all of its freight traffic

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Features

Why supply chain integration is crucial in the Industry 4.0 Era. By Trevor Hoyle

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