Monthly Archives: August 2014

Operations Update – Bárðarbunga Volcano in Iceland

The Icelandic Meteorological Office has issued a code “orange” (which means the volcano is at increased risk of eruption) notification on the status of the Bárðarbunga volcano in Iceland. A volcanic eruption can potentially spew ash into the atmosphere and disrupt flights across the northern Atlantic.
There is currently no impact on flight operations in and […]

Posted in Agility General Update, Europe

Agility Signs Agreement with Shanghai International Port Group Logistics

Agility has strengthened its East China ocean freight service capabilities with a strategic partnership agreement with Shanghai International Port Group Logistics (SIPGL). The agreement covers all ocean freight activities and LCL/FCL and break bulk cargo, giving Agility unprecedented access to the complete infrastructure of SIPGL, including depot management, vessel planning and loading, trucking, door-to-port and […]

Posted in Agility General Update, China

Agility’s Financial Results for Q2 2014

For the second quarter of 2014, Agility reported a net profit of KD 12.9 million, an increase of 12% compared to the second quarter of 2013. Earnings-per-share stand at 11.74 fils. Revenues for the second quarter stand at KD 341.7 million, a 4% decrease compared to the same period last year. EBITDA stands at KD […]

Posted in Agility General Update

Agility Barcelona Relocation Notice

Please be informed that the Agility Barcelona branch office and warehouse operations have relocated to the following address:
Agility Spain, S.A,
Av. Ports d’Europa, 2 – Zona Aduanera Logistica (ZAL),
08040 – ZAL,
Barcelona, Spain.
Tel: + 34 93 297 0800 (unchanged)
ZAL is the intermodal logistics platform of the port of Barcelona and is strategically located just 2km from Barcelona International […]

Posted in Agility General Update, Europe

Agility Comments on the Collapse of WTO Trade Talks

Agility issued a statement in response to the collapse of World Trade Organization talks on July 31 aimed at agreement on measures that would have added $1 trillion to the global economy through new rules on customs and cross-border trade. Learn More

Posted in Press