Agility Logistics

Tristar picks up ESHIPS chemical fleet

Tristar Transport has agreed to acquire all the shares of Emirates Ships Investment Company LLC (Eships) from Egon Oldendorff GmbH for $90m.

Tempered optimism

Emerging markets are likely to offer higher growth this year but logistics firms need to be aware of the potential hazards that lie in wait for those looking to take advantage

Chinese intermodal

Winners and losers

EMERGING MARKETS Russia, Brazil and India may be failing to live up to economic expectations, but the latest annual Agility Emerging Markets Logistics Index paints a rosier picture for the logistics markets of the Gulf, south-east Asia and sub-Saharan Africa

Agility tanker

On the right track

EMERGING MARKETS While the global economy could still be healthier, a new study by logistics specialist Agility reveals increased confidence among logistics professionals with regard to the world's emerging markets

Russian railway track and train

Chemical weaponry

INTERVIEW The extraction of shale oil and gas resources in North America has been nothing short of a revolution in the global energy industry. But what does it mean for petrochemical supply chains? Stuart Todd spoke to Agility’s Neil Moon to get an expert view

Shale gas drilling rig operated by Cuadrilla Resources

Tristar targets Saudi growth

MIDDLE EAST Agility's Tristar Transport has established a new joint venture with ENOC to provide specialised chemical and petroleum logistics services across Saudi Arabia and beyond

ENOC joins hands with Tristar

To the power of three

SUPPLY CHAINS This year’s EPCA Annual Meeting will hear from three working groups set up to focus on the major issues currently facing the chemical logistics sector

Neil Moon

BRICs and mortar

MARKETS Although the world's major emerging markets were unable to escape all the ravages of last year's economic instability, they remain bright spots for investors, manufacturers and logistics executives still wary of the uncertain outlook for the US and Europe, a new report finds

Agility Logistics truck on road

Agility clocks up quarterly growth

Agility has announced a third-quarter net profit of KWD 9.8m ($34.8m) from revenues of KWD 363.4m. This compares to respective 2011 figures of KWD 8m and KWD 329.7m.

Agility “making good progress”

Agility has posted a stable second-quarter net profit of KWD 7.8m ($27.6m). Revenues increased 6 per cent year-on-year, from KWD 330.6m to KWD 348.8m.

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