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Month: March 2017

Grunenthal picks Kuehne + Nagel for global transportation

Kuehne + Nagel is to provide pharmaceutical research company Grunenthal with land, air and sea transportation for its highly sensitive

PAUL water-filters flown from Frankfurt to flood hit Peru

LATAM Cargo has flown 25 PAUL water-filtering containers to Lima from Frankfurt to provide clean water for people affected by

50 horses fly first class for FEI World Cup with Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways Cargo has flown 50 of the finest European horses to Omaha for the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping

13% growth at Malpensa and more to come in 2017

Freight volumes have grown 13 per cent in the first two months of 2017 at Milan Malpensa Airport (pictured), following

BOC Aviation purchases 747-8Fs to lease to AirBridgeCargo

BOC Aviation has purchased two Boeing 747-8 Freighters both committed on long-term leases to AirBridgeCargo Airlines. The Singapore-based leasing company

KLM Cargo and Icelandair Cargo welcomed as TIACA trustee members

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) has welcomed KLM Cargo and Icelandair Cargo as its newest trustee members. Both members

Yusen Inci Lojistik formed following Yusen-Inci merger

Yusen Inci Lojistik is to start operations on 1 April following the merger of Yusen Logistics Turkey and Inci Lojistik.

Network Airline Services wins Air Malta and Sun Air contracts

Network Airline Services (NAS) has won two contracts representing Air Malta Cargo in Belgium and Sun-Air Cargo throughout its network

Former Cargolux CEO to join Panalpina board of directors

Former Cargolux Airlines International chief executive officer, Dirk Reich is to join Panalpina’s board of directors. The board of directors

Study finds forwarders risk losing custom by playing hold music

Freight forwarders’ call handling standards have come into question as the result of a major new study into telephone practice

60 Seconds with Chris Nielen

Cargolux Airlines International has been one of the pioneers in air cargo of animal transportation through its live animals product

DFW cool chain facility on track and CEIV on the way

Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport has big cargo plans and is building a new cool chain facility along with

60 Seconds with Nick Platts

Heathrow Airport looks set for cargo growth in the years ahead if it gets a 3rd runway built and UK

Jettainer launches JettApp for smart phones

Jettainer is now offering its “JettApp” for smart phones, with the Android app available to download from the Google Play

Strong peak season helps Virgin freight volumes grow 1.8% in 2016

Virgin Atlantic Cargo’s freight volumes rose 1.8 per cent in 2016 helped by a strong second half of the year

DHL eCommerce helps Singapore e-tailers connect with US market

DHL eCommerce has launched Parcel International Direct US to help Singapore-based e-tailers, online merchants, manufacturers and traditional retailers ship products

AAPA: Healthy start to the year for Asia Pacific

Air cargo has had a “healthy” start to the year with 7.6 per cent growth in the first two months

Western Global flies aid to Madagascar following Cyclone Enawo

Western Global Airlines airlifted 175,000 pounds of humanitarian supplies to Madagascar to provide relief to citizens affected by Cyclone Enawo.

CargoLogicAir flies 100t of flowers in time for Mother’s Day

CargoLogicAir has helped satisfy demand for fresh flowers for Mother’s Day by flying over 100 tonnes of roses, carnations and

International cargo surge for Aeroflot, domestic volumes remain flat

Cargo and mail volumes grew 29.2 per cent in February for Aeroflot with international tonnage surging while remaining flat on

Pharma Gateway Amsterdam recognised for supporting IATA CEIV

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has recognised Amsterdam Airport Schiphol’s support of the Center of Excellence for Independent Validators

2017 looks promising after challenging year in 2016

2016 was a challenging year due to the 22 March Brussels Airport terrorist attack, but Brussels Airlines vice president global

Brussels aiming for 500,000t after strong start

The strong growth seen in the second half of 2016 has continued this year, and Brussels Airport head of cargo,

RiverOak launches joint venture to reopen Manston Airport

RiverOak Strategic Partners has taken all financial operational responsibility for the Development Consent Order (DCO) to reopen and operate Manston

Volga-Dnepr flies Soyuz launch vehicle to Europe Spaceport

Volga-Dnepr Airlines has delivered the third stage of the Soyuz-ST launch vehicle to Europe’s Spaceport in Cayenne using an Ilyushin

Change is needed but shippers now at the forefront of debate

Shippers are now getting an even stronger voice in the air cargo supply chain and are more active than before

DHL eCommerce expands presence in Southern China

DHL eCommerce is to increase its Southern China presence by introducing its e-commerce logistics services in Fujian province and expanding

Cargolux to use Trinkaus lightweight squAir timber beams

Cargolux Airlines International has signed an agreement with Trinkaus-Solutions to use its squAir-timber product, lightweight beam with a load capacity

time:matters launches airmates platform for on board courier services

time:matters has launched airmates, a software-based platform for on-board courier services offering fast quotes, maximum cost efficiency and a global

Kerry Logistics to sell AAT stake as profits and turnover rise

Kerry Logistics Group is to sell its share in Asia Airfreight Terminal as part of a strategy to streamline business

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