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Month: July 2019

DB Schenker 4.0 Shipping Portal opens in the US

A year after its launch in Europe, DB Schenker is opening its 4.0 Shipping Portal to customers in the US.

Mattar to manage cargo at Gulf Air’s Bahrain hub

Gulf Air is continuing its Bahrainisation programme with the appointment of Wael Mattar as senior manager cargo for its Bahrain

Winters succeeds Magee as CEO of Crane Logistics

Keith Winters has been appointed CEO of Crane Worldwide Logistics, taking over from John Magee who is leaving after 11

ACS staff skydive and raise £9,000 for charity

Eleven Air Charter Service employees raised almost £9,000 by skydiving for children’s charity Momentum. The charity supports families with children

Lammers to succeed Kerkloh as Munich Airport CEO

Jost Lammers will take over as president and CEO of Munich Airport, succeeding Dr Michael Kerkloh who is retiring on

Asian weakness drags down Lufthansa Cargo profits

Profits in Lufthansa’s logistics business segment slumped by almost 90% in the first half of 2019 due to weakness on

Air India to use Unisys Digistics software suite

Air India will use the Unisys Digistics logistics software suite to create a connected and automated cargo ecosystem for consistent

Antonov provides air support for Oil Spill Response

Antonov Airlines is continuing to provide air support to Oil Spill Response after it ordered a second transport skid for

Eric Born delays departure from Swissport again

Eric Born has delayed his departure from Swissport for another year subject to successfully refinancing the company’s debts. The president

CharterSync’s first trading week is an outstanding success

CharterSync, launched at air cargo Europe Munich, in its first week of trading successfully completed 16 time-critical air charters. The

Ilyushin IL-76s destroyed in drone attack in Libya

Two Ilyushin IL-76s have been destroyed in a drone attack at Al-Jufra Airbase in Libya, killing the captain of one

AAPA: Trade disputes and tariffs hitting air cargo

Air cargo is continuing to struggle in June with a 7.2% fall in demand, the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines

The big interview with Moritz Claussen of cargo.one

Founded in 2017 by Moritz Claussen, Oliver Neumann and Mike Rötgers, cargo.one allows freight forwarders to book cargo capacity like

A strong voice is needed on the global stage

The Middle East may be the fastest growing region for air cargo but it is not being actively represented, something

Logistics must take threat of No Deal Brexit seriously

With Boris Johnson receiving the keys for 10 Downing Street, the Freight Transport Association is warning that the logistics sector

Tecnam delivers P2012 to Cape Air

Cape Air has taken delivery of the first two of 100 Tecnam P2012 Travellers, completing a year-long effort to replace

RACCA becomes member of Flight/Duty Time ARC

The US Regional Air Cargo Carriers Association’s (RACCA) own John Hazlet and Bill Cush of Massachusetts-based Cape Air have been

Atlas Air to open Kentucky global operations centre

Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings will expand operations in Kentucky with the opening of a global operations centre in Erlanger. The

Tigers gets Asendia Oceania off the ground

Tigers has been selected as the local logistics partner for the launch of Asendia Oceania and provide B2C and omnichannel

WFS to lease extra Copenhagen Airport facility

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) is future-proofing cargo operations at Copenhagen Airport by leasing a further facility to support airline and

AirBridgeCargo shows off its horsepower

AirBridgeCargo Airlines demonstrated its horsepower by transporting nine racehorses from Moscow to Amsterdam on a Boeing 747-8 Freighter. The abc

Boeing profits wiped out as 737 MAXs grounded

Boeing has been pushed into second quarter and first half losses due to the cost of grounding the global 737

Carnival time as ACS doubles Sao Paulo presence

Air Charter Service has expanded operations in Brazil by moving to a new office in Sao Paulo. The new office

Kuehne + Nagel completes acquisition of WWP

Kuehne + Nagel has completed the acquisition of Worldwide Perishable Canada (WWP), a major player in the perishable market, particularly

Air cargo veteran Ron King dies aged 76

Air cargo veteran Ron King, who helped establish Volga-Dnepr in the US market has died just days before his 77th

Snow luck for smugglers in Sydney

Australian Border Force (ABF) officers in Sydney have discovered liquid methamphetamine worth more than A$1 million concealed in a consignment

Breaking News: SpaceX to lift off cargo out of this world

NASA commercial cargo provider SpaceX now is targeting 6:24 pm EDT Wednesday, 24 July, for the launch of its 18th

UPS Flight Forward applies for FAA approval

UPS has applied for Part 135 certification from the US Federal Aviation Administration to operate commercial drone flights under a

dnata creates regional CEOs for international airports

dnata has reorganised its management structure of its International Airport Operations division, with the creation of three regional chief executive

B&H Worldwide to manage services for Aloia

Aerospace spare parts outsourcing company Aloia Aerospace has given the contract to manage its warehousing, handling and inventory to B&H

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