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Daimler’s highly automated truck hit the public highways in Germany.

A recent study undertaken by AXA UK found that there would be significant economy-wide business and consumer advantages with the advent of automated or ‘driverless’ haulage and logistics vehicles, including delivering nearly £34bn in savings to the haulage industry in the UK alone. 38 more words


Reprieve for Fly Africa Zimbabwe

This comes after the low-cost airline’s operations were suspended last month after the company’s majority shareholder Chakanyuka Karase voluntarily submitted the carrier’s Airline Operator Certificate (AOC) to the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (Caaz) over a boardroom dispute. 369 more words


Cauti inspiratie pentru ce perdele sa iti iei? Ti-o oferim noi, impreuna cu peste 10.000 de modele! va pune la dispozitie o oferta practic infinita de perdele si draperii, cu preturi variand intre cativa lei si mii de lei, la Oferta perdele si draperii… 210 more words


Nacala Airport, in Mozambique, starts receiving international traffic in March 2016

Airlines operating to Mozambique are expected to start using the Nacala International Airport between March and April 2016, said the chairman of state airport management company AdM. 248 more words


Electromobility important for GHG reductions

Electric mobility (not just cars) could contribute far more than previously thought to the reduction of GHG emissions, according to a new paper from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology/Mercator Research Institute of Global Commons and Climate Change. 539 more words


HK has key roles in Belt & Road

HONG KONG, Nov 24 (GCTL18) – The Belt & Road initiative is not only set to fuel the development of the 60-plus economies along the routes; it will also bring great potential to other economies globally, Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Gregory So gave these remarks at a forum organised by Bloomberg Businessweek. 406 more words


ICAO panel to review Airport Security

BRUSSELS, Nov 24 (GCTL18) – The United Nations’ aviation agency ICAO’s panel of security experts will review ways to better protect global airports from terrorism following concerns of lax security raised after a Russian MetroJet plane was destroyed on October 31. 224 more words