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Month: November 2018

GEFCO UK smashes Coventry to Paris cycle challenge target

A group of 47 cyclists from GEFCO UK has smashed their fundraising target of £50,000 after successfully cycling 300 miles

UK businesses risking GDPR penalties by not wiping the memory from old IT equipment

In the two months following the introduction of GDPR, 55 per cent of UK businesses, including those in the airfreight

Panalpina doubles cold storage at Nairobi airport

Panalpina is expanding and investing in Kenya by doubling its cold storage space at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. The

Unions team up to submit unprecedented joint BA pay claim 

British Airways has allowed a employees to become disconnected from airline’s success, say UK trade unions Unite, BALPA and GMB.

Swissport to streamline management structure

Swissport International will streamline its regional structure from nine management regions to three, reducing overhead costs and speed up decision

Dachser obtains CEIV Pharma at Frankfurt Airport

Dachser has expanded its life science and healthcare services by obtaining IATA CEIV Pharma certification at its Frankfurt Airport branch.

IAG Cargo donates blankets to baby elephants

Ever wondered what happened to old airline blankets? In the case of IAG Cargo, hundreds get donated to help baby

Pelican BioThermal’s Credo on Reserve turns five

Pelican BioThermal is celebrating the fifth anniversary of Credo on Reserve, its long-term rental programme for the cold chain pharmaceutical

National Airlines uses Descartes Velocity Mail

National Airlines has signed up with Descartes Systems Group to use its Descartes Velocity Mail (vMail) product to simplify mail

Why 2018 has been about ATC delays and flight cancellations in Europe

Air cargo operators will know that 2018 is shaping up to be one of the worst years on record for

Airports Company South Africa names acting CEO

The board of Airports Company South Africa has appointed Bongiwe Mbomvu as acting chief executive officer while a replacement for

Tigers launches SmartHub:Connect portal

Tigers has launched SmartHub:Connect, the world’s first combined freight, e-commerce and logistics portal, a cloud-based platform providing visibility across the

cargo-partner plays in symphony for orchestra tour

cargo-partner has transported all the instruments for an internationally renowned symphonic orchestra from Austria for their tour of Japan. The

Swiss WorldCargo 777-300ER hits the road in Japan

Swiss WorldCargo is promoting its Boeing 777-300ER in Japan with a special livery on Road Feeder Service trucks operated by

Christos Spyrou & Peter Whitfield, Neutral Air Partner – ACF Toronto 2018

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Peter Whitfield, Aviacargo USA – ACF Toronto 2018

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Maaike van der Windt Talks About Schiphol’s Strategic Focus for Cargo

We spoke to Maaike van der Windt the Head of Aviation Marketing, Cargo and Customer Experience at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol,

WFS to handle cargo for Lufthansa at Schiphol

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) will start handling cargo for Lufthansa Cargo at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol on 1 February 2019. The

AAPA: Strong growth as peak season approaches

Demand remains strong across Asia Pacific as airlines fly into the peak season, with freight tonne kilometres (FTK) increasing 5.6

Tim Strauss joins Drone Delivery Canada board

Air Canada’s vice president of cargo, Tim Strauss has joined Drone Delivery Canada’s advisory board to help the company execute

AirBridgeCargo flies 200 breeding cattle to Russia

AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) and Intradco Global have flown 200 breeding cattle to Russia’s Far East to help populate farms across

Vallair delivers first 737-400F to Longhao Airlines

Vallair has delivered the first Boeing 737-400 Freighter to Guangdong Longhao Aviation Group, to be operated by Guangzhou-based Longhao Airlines.

Turkish Cargo orders three more B777 Freighters

Turkish Cargo has ordered three more Boeing 777 Freighters as it continues to soar with record financial results and growth.

Alibaba’s airfreight ambitions spelt out at Clear View 3.0.

Alibaba outlined the scale of its ambition as well as its potential for down-the-line disruption of the air cargo sector

Zambian airfreight in Q3 fall

Zambian media reports are suggesting that Zambia needs to urgently up its airfreight game and save the country’s air cargo

E-commerce facing its own challenges

There are challenges to the growth of e-commerce despite the current rosy glow it is adding to the air cargo

Volga-Dnepr speeds up delivery with faster loading

Volga-Dnepr Airlines has performed a unique delivery involving sequential loading of two IL-76TD-90VDs to expedite the arrival of cargo in

Africa’s ‘untapped’ airfreight potential

Africa is one of the world’s last untapped air cargo markets and one which is offering growth potential across the

va-Q-tec opens up in Singapore

va-Q-tec has expanded its global footprint in Asia Pacific with the establishment of an entity in Singapore. Singapore is a

Intradco and Turkish Cargo fly lions to new home

Intradco Global and Turkish Cargo have transported four lions to South Africa, saving them from a bleak future as part

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