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Month: October 2019

AA Cargo completes first phase of digital upgrade

American Airlines Cargo has completed the first phase of its largest investment with the role out of its management system.

Dachser earns IATA CEIV Pharma in Atlanta

Dachser Air & Sea has received IATA CEIV Pharma certification in Atlanta, USA, the fourth location to be certified in

ACI World: 10th bad month for airfreight

Airfreight has declined for the 10th consecutive month, with August falling 5% according to Airports Council International (ACI) World. All

Sustainability Matters to the Cool Chain Association

Shippers will offer insights into challenges facing the temperature-controlled supply chain at the Cool Chain Association’s Americas Conference, Sustainability Matters.

IAG Cargo revenue falls as market weakens

Revenue and tonnage have fallen for IAG Cargo as the market weakened, but demand for premium products has remained robust.

FAIR@Link goes live at Hamburg Airport

The FAIR@Link portal has gone live at Hamburg Airport Cargo Center after a six-month test phase. With the platform, which

DHL Express to spend C$100m at Hamilton airport

DHL Express will invest C$100 million in a new facility at John C Munro Hamilton International Airport to meet double-digit

Crane to run Peli BioThermal’s global operations

Provider of temperature-controlled packaging, Peli BioThermal has picked Ray Crane as vice president of operations. Prior to his appointment, Crane

LATAM Airlines adds Falkland Islands flights

LATAM Airlines Brazil will operate weekly flights to Mount Pleasant in the Falkland Islands from Sao Paulo, starting on 20

WFS swaps plastic for sustainable packaging

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has become the first major air cargo company to start swapping plastic products to sustainable alternatives

Edmonton and DDC to create drone delivery airport

Drone Delivery Canada and Edmonton Regional Airports Authority have joined forces to create the first drone delivery airport in Edmonton.

UPS upgrades healthcare warehouse network

UPS is upgrading its healthcare warehouse network by adding over 1.3 million square feet to space in key US markets.

Delta Cargo and Roadie launch DASH Door-to-Door

Delta Cargo has partnered with Roadie to launch DASH Door-to-Door, offering 24/7 pick-up and deliveries from businesses and homes. DASH

dnata Australia earns GDP certification

dnata has become the first cargo terminal operator in Australia to be awarded Good Distribution Practices (GDP) certification by SGS.

Singapore Airlines renews Cargo iQ audit

Singapore Airlines Cargo has retained its certification as an accredited member of Cargo iQ following an audit by SGS. All

Albion Aviation represents Prime Aviation in Europe

Albion Aviation Group has been appointed general sales agent (GSA) in Europe for Prime Aviation. As the GSA, Albion Aviation

Hactl to handle Southern Air flights in Hong Kong

Cargo handler Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals (Hactl) has been awarded the contract to provide ramp handling for freighter operator

dnata joins forces with Wallenborn in the Middle East

dnata has joined forces with Wallenborn Transports in the Middle East through the acquisition of a Dubai-based premium road feeder

Swiss WorldCargo adds Asian flights for winter

Swiss WorldCargo will increase capacity to Japan as it operates extra flights to Asia for its winter timetable. From 1

Southwest Airlines keeps up with changing demand

Southwest Airlines has experienced strong growth helped by international expansion, and updating products on offer, says Wally Devereaux. The managing

Hawaiian Airlines connects islands to the world

Representing the only US state located in the Pacific Ocean and composed entirely of islands, Hawaiian Airlines operates in a

Rock-It Cargo increases stake in Triple M

Rock-It Cargo, provider of logistics services to live event shippers, is increasing its stake in Triple M Entertainment Logistics. Antwerp,

Nippon Cargo Airlines upgrades winter network

Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA) is upgrading its network for the winter schedule, with all eight Boeing 747-8 Freighters back in

Air Zimbabwe suspended from South Africa airports for fee arrears

Airports Company South Africa has suspended Air Zimbabwe from using its airports with effect from Tuesday 22 October 2019. As

Frank Mesa replaces Dany Nasr at Swissport

Frank Mena has taken over as interim chief executive officer of Swissport Americas, replacing Dany Nasr with immediate effect. Nasr

Antonov Airlines picks up FTA Air Business award

Antonov Airlines picked up the ‘Air Business of the Year’ award last night’s Freight Transport Association award night in central

DHL partners with ACS Air Courier Services

DHL has extended its European parcel network to Cyprus through a partnership with ACS Air Courier Services. The Cypriot parcel

Drone Delivery Canada partners with DSV

Drone Delivery Canada (DDC) has entered into a commercial agreement with DSV Air & Sea Canada to deploy drones from

FedEx Express to use B767F on Madrid-Paris flights

FedEx Express has continued to modernise its European air services by introducing a new Boeing 767 Freighter on Madrid-Paris flights.

Dindar appointed as chief HR officer by Imperial Logistics

Imperial Logistics has appointed Muazzez Anadolu Dindar as chief human resources officer of its International business. She will be based

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