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Month: May 2018

Alibaba’s Cainiao Network to develop global hubs

Alibaba’s logistics arm, Cainiao Network will develop ‘global hubs’ in five cities around the world to improve cross border logistics

Antonov keeps Ford on the road

After a recent fire disrupted vehicle production for a number of US auto manufacturers, Active On-Demand worked closely with Ford

WFS earns new contracts with five airlines in the US

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has signed up five airlines for passenger, ramp and cargo handling services across the US. WOW

CEVA and IMS Worldwide enter strategic alliance for US FTZ services

CEVA Global Logistics, LLC (CEVA) and IMS Worldwide (IMSW) have entered into a strategic alliance to offer the benefits of

China Southern connects Heathrow with Wuhan and Sanya

Heathrow Airport has gained new connections to China with flights to Wuhan and Sanya, adding over 6,000 tonnes of cargo

AFKLMP joins forces with CSafe to launch the RAP e-container

Air France KLM Martinair Cargo (AFKLMP) has joined forces with CSafe Global to launch the RAP e-container. The airline says

Polar Air Cargo appoints new COO

Polar Air Cargo Worldwide has appointed of Lars Winkelbauer as executive vice president and COO, effective July 1, 2018. Winkelbauer

dnata to provide Egyptair with cargo handling services at DWC

Dnata has extended its partnership with Egyptair by providing cargo handling services for freighter flights to Dubai World Central (DWC).

Q1 cargo income rise outstrips volume growth for Aeroflot

Aeroflot Cargo income grew at a greater rate than tonnage growth in Q1 2018, figures revealed by the carrier reveal.

IATA: Demand picks up in April but global trade is softening

After a slow month in March, global airfreight picked up in April with freight tonne kilometres (FTK) rising 4.1 per

Cargo helps get 2018 off to a record start for Air Charter Service

Air Charter Service (ACS) has got off to a record start in 2018 with a record first quarter driven by

Etihad Cargo flies freighters for Year of Zayed aid mission

Etihad Cargo has launched its first humanitarian freighter missions to Kazakhstan and India as part of its Year of the

New airport behind Turkish Cargo drive

Off the back of a bumper year Turkish Airlines Cargo has offered some hints as to how it will develop

AAPA: Demand for air cargo remains strong in April

Air cargo across Asia Pacific has continued to grow at a robust rate in April, the Association of Asia Pacific

Kerry Logistics acquires Shipping and Airfreight Services

Kerry Logistics has acquired Johannesburg, South Africa based freight forwarding and logistics company, Shipping and Airfreight Services (S.A.S.). The South

60 seconds with Delta Cargo’s Shawn Cole

Shawn Cole is vice president of Delta Cargo, responsible for ensuring that the airline’s logistics division continues to deliver on

Meanwhile, in a small corner of France…

Investments in temperature-controlled facilities are not confined only to the world’s major hubs, writes Neil Madden. Last year, Entzheim Airport,

Will the sea be cruel to air cargo?

There have been numerous reports of cargo switching to ocean from air, including certain pharmaceutical products, flowers and fruit, writes

Icelandair Cargo uses CHAMP’s new Traxon Quality tool

Icelandair Cargo has implemented CHAMP Cargosystems’ Traxon Quality tool enabling it to track shipments across the whole supply chain. CHAMP

Cargo in the Iberian peninsula is built on cooperation

Spain and Portugal are at the heart of key co-operation agreements on airspace that includes France and North Africa, writes

American Airlines honours fallen heroes on Memorial Day

American Airlines is continuing to honour US armed forces members who died in service this Memorial Day with measures such

MAB Kargo charters a 747 for oil and gas mission

MAB Kargo has flown 72 tonnes of oil and gas equipment from Germany to Malaysia using a chartered Boeing 747-400

CAA applauds Washington’s open skies with UAE

The Cargo Airline Association (CAA) supports and appreciates the United States Government’s work and strong commitment to maintaining the Open

Air Charter Service doubles presence in Beijing

Air Charter Service has moved into larger premises in Beijing to enable the next step in its plans for expansion

TIACA denies it is a ‘spent force’

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) has hit back at claims by airfreight industry blogger Nigel Tomkins that it is

NCA quiet on aircraft damage

Japanese media outlet NHK World is reporting that a Japanese air cargo operator has been found to be negligent in

TSA gives VOTI green light for 3D perspective

VOTI Detection, a US detection company employing breakthrough 3D Perspective technology to deliver enhanced threat detection, has announced that the

Geodis reorganises business into four new regions

Geodis has created new organisations to provide clients with easier access to its portfolio of services including intercontinental transportation, customs

Qatar Airways starts double daily services to Gatwick

Qatar Airways’ inaugural flight from Doha to London’s Gatwick Airport has touched down, making it the airline’s sixth gateway into

Emirates SkyCargo picks Harman as cargo manager for Switzerland

Emirates SkyCargo has appointed David Harman as cargo manager for Switzerland, taking responsibility for all operational and commercial aspects in

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