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Sphinx Egypt sits well within Worldwide Project Consortium: Logistics

The Worldwide Project Consortium has welcomed Sphinx Egypt Ltd. Co to its specialist global logistics network.
WWPC General Manager, Kevin Stephens, based in Queensland, Australia, said today (December 11, 2006) Sphinx Egypt, with offices in Cairo and Alexandria, had more than 20 year’s experience delivering outstanding service along the important transport artery between Egypt and Europe. Read more...


Railinc Successfully Completes SAS 70 Type II Examination: Railways

Third-Party Assurances Help Customers Meet Sarbanes-Oxley and Other Regulatory Requirements
For the third consecutive year Railinc successfully completed a Statement on Auditing Standards (SAS) 70 Type II examination. More stringent than a Type I examination, the Type II exam includes detailed testing of Railinc internal controls to demonstrate that they are suitably designed and operating effectively. Read more...


FedEx Completes Acquisition of Watkins Motor Lines: Logistics

Addition of Long-Haul Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) Units Expands Heavyweight Service Portfolio for Customers
FedEx completes acquisition of the LTL operations of Watkins Motor Lines and certain affiliates creating FedEx National LTL and FedEx Freight Canada.

FedEx Corp. announced it has completed the $780 million cash purchase of the LTL operations of Watkins Motor Lines and certain affiliates. A privately held company based in Lakeland, Fla., Watkins Motor Lines is a leading provider of long-haul LTL services with more than $1 billion in annual revenue. Read more...


DHL wins contract worth GBP 1.6 billion revenue over 10 years with the UK Government's Department of: Logistics

DHL operates support organization for healthcare - NHS Supply Chain GBP 1 billion/Euro 1.4 billion savings targeted to the NHS over 10 years Around 1,000 new jobs to be created
DHL Logistics has won a 10-year deal totaling GBP 1.6 billion /Euro 2.3 billion in revenue to manage GBP 22 billion/Euro 32 billion total spend with the UK Government's Department of Health. DHL will target over GBP 1 billion/Euro 1.4 billion savings over the contract period back to the English National Health Service (NHS). Klaus Zumwinkel, CEO and Chairman of Deutsche Post World Net, said the contract marked the significant success of the Group's strategy: "After the take-over of Exel and given DHL's extensive expertise in the health sector, we were able to make our customer a truly convincing offer. We now reap the benefits of both our internationalization strategy and our broad product range." Read more...

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