Lessor BBAM adds 3 Boeing 737-800 freighters to service air cargo market

On Tuesday, Boeing Co stated, BBAM, a lessor, had ordered three 737-800 converted freighters to service the growing e-commerce market and the express sectors of the air cargo market. The planes, which will be converted, will come from BBAM’s existing fleet. “This agreement shows how we can serve our customers by delivering efficient and reliable…

Trump Administration to crackdown on pirated, counterfeit goods sold on major e-commerce sites

The Trump administration is set to unveil, on Friday, its efforts to crack down on pirated and counterfeit goods that are sold on major e-commerce sites. Chad Wolf, the acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary along with White House adviser Peter Navarro, will be among the officials to discuss the effort at the National Intellectual…

U.S. companies can sell non-blacklisted items to Huawei: U.S. Commerce Department

According to the U.S. Commerce Department, general merchandise with no “national security influences or consequences” can be sold to Huawei, which continues to remain in the Entity List. In a significant development, the U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross stated, the U.S. government will issue licenses to companies seeking to sell goods to China’s Huawei where…

Google-backed Deliv breaks off grocery partnership deal with Wal-Mart

Wal-Mart is in the process of fixing the issues due to which it had to cut its ties with the logistics firm. In a significant development that marks a setback against Wal-Mart’s efforts to fight Amazon.com in the groceries segment, logistics firm Deliv and Walmart Inc have discontinued their same-day grocery delivery partnership. In 2018,…

U.S. Commerce Department places Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Co Ltd on U.S. exports restriction list

The development comes midst allegations that Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Co Ltd stole intellectual property from U.S. chip company Micron Technology Inc. In a strategic development, U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration has placed Chinese state-backed chipmaker Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Co Ltd on a list of entities that cannot purchase components, software and technology goods…

SoftBank Group, Yahoo Japan Corp and Aeon Co joins hands to launch online retail business

The move marks the latest effort by companies in Japan to fight Amazon.com from gaining a foothold in the island nation. On Friday, Japanese business daily NHK reported, SoftBank Group Corp, Yahoo Japan Corp and Aeon Co Ltd plan on launching an online retail business. The online retail business will sells all kinds of products…