TLMW newswire service is a dedicated news distribution service for those wishing to send press releases to the trade, technical and national press within the maritime, freight, distribution, supply chain and materials handling sectors. Our database contains thousands of editorial contacts, searchable by industry, location, media type and media outlet including key bloggers.
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When it comes to distributing your news, we’ve made it easy for you to target your key audiences by geography or sector/s. Our database for air, haulage, freight, logistics, maritime, materials handling, ports, warehousing, supply chain, both printed and online plus key bloggers.
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A part of its global growth strategy SBS Worldwide has promoted their USA CEO Lars Kloch to CEO – Freight Division, expanding his existing US role to take responsibility of their global freight operations.
Kloch takes up the role with immediate effect and will become responsible for developing SBS Worldwide’s global freight product offering, both nationally and internationally.
SBS Worldwide Group Chairman, [ More ].
12 March 2013
PD Ports has announced the creation of 13 full time permanent positions for Teesport based apprentices.
The new dock operations roles in both bulks and container related areas of the business will commence at the end of April, after the existing apprenticeship programme completes.
The programme took over 18 months of training and is on track to achieve 100% success [ More ].