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September

Month: September 2018

Keeping cargo packed in the hold

Switzerland-based Unilode owns and manages approximately 130,000 ULDs for more than 40 airline customers across a global network of 480

Positive growth throughout Asia Pacific

For Air Logistics Group (ALG), South East Asia remains a good place to do business. The GSSA has been enjoying

Unilode and Cathay Pacific complete Bluetooth tracking trials

Unilode Aviation Solutions has successfully completed Bluetooth tracking trials with Cathay Pacific providing end-to-end visibility for cargo shipments between Hong

Volga-Dnepr rushes aid to Guam following Typhoon Mangkhut

Volga-Dnepr Airlines organised a delivery of critical aid relief cargo to Guam to help victims of Typhoon Mangkhut in less

Young freight forwarders treated to day out with Virgin

Three young talented UK freight forwarders were treated to a Familiarisation Day at Virgin Atlantic in recognition of their success

Heathrow real estate sees strong rental growth

Professional real estate services firm JLL has published its Western Corridor Industrial & Logistics Market Report for H1 2018, analysing

cargo-partner inaugurates Vienna Airport iLogistics Center

Three months after the launch of operations, cargo-partner has celebrated the opening of its iLogistics Center near Vienna Airport with

Intradco takes Eric the rhino on a 10,000 mile journey to find love

Intradco Global took Eric the black rhino on a 10,000 mile journey to Tanzania so he can play a starring

Kuehne + Nagel opens offices in Baku and Almaty

Kuehne + Nagel is expanding its regional network in Central Asia by opening legal entities and new offices in Baku,

B&H creates commercial role for Mark Hollis in Oceania

B&H Worldwide has strengthened its senior management team by creating the role of head of commercial – Oceania for Mark

Virgin Atlantic Cargo keeps growing following record year

Following a record year in 2017, Virgin Atlantic Cargo has grown by three per cent in the first half of

ACS flies aid to Hawaii to clear up after Hurricane Lane

Air Charter Service’s Texas office has flown 120 tonnes of relief goods to Hawaii following the destruction caused by Hurricane

Meantime celebrates decade with party and Transaid raffle

Freight industry publicity agency Meantime Communications has marked its first decade with a celebration next to its Royal Greenwich, London

Egypt Post expands e-commerce roster to Jo Post

Egypt Post has added neighbouring Jordan to its growing e-commerce roster official sources have said. Egypt Post’s board chairman Essam

Shippers and suppliers must share data to improve the supply chain

Shippers and logistics suppliers must share information to build a more secure and efficient pharma supply chain, delegates were told

Rutgersson takes over as Kerry Logistics Sweden managing director

Kerry Logistics has promoted Kenny Rutgersson to the role of managing director of Sweden, overseeing business development in international freight

Millet joins ECS Group as chief strategy and digital officer

Leading GSA, ECS Group, has appointed Cédric Millet as chief strategy and digital officer. Graduate of the renowned Ecole Centrale

First converted A330 freighter flies from Cologne/Bonn

On Sunday afternoon, the first commercial air cargo flight with the world’s first Airbus A330-200 passenger to cargo conversion landed

DHL Express announces 2019 UK price adjustments 

DHL Express has revealed its annual price increase, representing an average of 4.9 per cent, effective 1 January, 2019. “DHL

Deutsche Post gets Sarajevo airport ready for natural disasters

Deutsche Post DHL Group is helping get Bosnia-Herzegovina ready to deal with natural disasters by bringing its Getting Airports Ready

New fund to target up to $2bn of aircraft acquisitions

Investec Aviation Finance has launched its fourth aircraft leasing fund to acquire some of the latest generation Airbus and Boeing

Davies Turner adds more apprentices

Leading UK independent freight forwarder and logistics company Davies Turner has recruited another 11 youngsters for this year’s trainee programme.

Air Partner helps clear up after Super Typhoon Mangkhut

Air Partner is helping clear up the mess caused by Super Typhoon Mangkhut with the delivery of supplies to Guam,

Swissport expands in Stuttgart with the acquisition of Apron

Swissport is continuing to expand in Germany with the acquisition of Apron, making Stuttgart the company’s second largest cargo hub

60 seconds with Schiphol Cargo’s Maaike van der Windt

Maaike van der Windt, now director aviation marketing, cargo and customer experience (ACC), Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has two decades of

Practical solutions needed to keep post-Brexit Britain trading

The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has expressed its concern at the lack of progress in Brexit negotiations, urging action to

Default method of communication remains elusive

At its simplest, e-Commerce needs e-Freight to exist. Online orders from foreign customers, international trade that skips borders, have all

AAPA: Protectionist rhetoric not hitting air cargo in Asia Pacific

Cargo demand has continued to grow in August across Asia Pacific due to sustained demand, according to the Association of

Construction of Budapest Airport’s Cargo City begins

Construction of Budapest Airport’s Cargo City, part of the €160 million BUD:2020 Development Programme has begun. The €32.6 million investment

Singapore Airlines launches THRUCOOL for high-value pharma

Singapore Airlines has launched THRUCOOL, a service to transport high-value, time-sensitive and temperature controlled pharmaceutical cargo with speed and reliability.

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