Friday, June 21, 2024

Month: May 2020

GEODIS supports rising Singapore medical company LabMed

Singapore-based enterprise LabMed has entrusted global logistics company GEODIS to support the company’s growing activity in new markets by delivering

cargo-partner strengthens its position in the Benelux with new locations

The international transport and info-logistics provider is broadening its service offering in Western Europe and has opened two new locations

AIPUT strengthens the resilience of vital LHR pharma airfreight facility

Aberdeen Standard Investments’ AIPUT fund (Airport Industrial Property Unit Trust) has secured a lease extension to 2030 with Kuehne+Nagel for

WFS welcomes US ambassador to oversee arrival of ventilators in Johannesburg

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) welcomed Lana Marks, the US ambassador to South Africa, to its cargo terminal at Johannesburg’s O.R

EFW delivers conversion freighter A330-300P2F to DHL

Elbe Aircraft Works (EFW) today delivered another A330-300P2F freighter. The A330 has been refitted for DHL in recent months. This

Mainland China and Hong Kong offices give ACS a PPE charters edge

Air Charter Service says that its offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong have proved invaluable in helping to arrange

United Airlines inaugural cargo-in-cabin flight commences operation from LHR to ORD

Following the recent approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to carry cargo in approved storage areas in the passenger

Tigers roar into new Rotterdam warehouse

Supply chain specialist Tigers has expanded into a newly-built 50,000 sq m omni-channel fulfilment facility in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, offering

WarHorse Air Freight saddles up

An airfreight pipeline to bring vital supplies to South Africa utilising special airfreight charters has taken off with the aim

Wagtail & Speedlink to provide detection dog services in Northern Ireland

Wagtail UK, in partnership with Speedlink International, are delighted to announce that they have successfully achieved government certification to provide

Caribbean Airlines Cargo makes all the right moo-ves

Caribbean Airlines Cargo recently shipped 159 dairy cows to Barbados, on two consecutive charter flights out of Miami, on its

Astral Aviation increases flights within Africa during Covid-19

Astral Aviation has increased its intra-African network with cargo freighters during the pandemic. While there has been a reduction in

Swiss WorldCargo continues to expand its network

Following the recent launch of a network of cargo flights, Swiss WorldCargo will “continue to fly to different global destinations

Plaza Forwarding handles two charters in the battle against Covid-19

Last weekend, Spanish freight forwarder Plaza Forwarding arranged two charter flights arrived from Shenzhen airport. Specially-adapted A340 passenger aircraft were

Vertis adds first multi-mission Embraer ERJ145 to portfolio

Switzerland-headquartered Vertis Aviation, the bespoke charter specialist, has added an Embraer ERJ145 to its Vertis Charter Management Programme (VCMP). The

DWC operates PPE charter with 5m face masks

An aircraft carrying around five million face masks and vital protective equipment (PPE) has landed in Germany after taking off

PPE shipments land at Düsseldorf

Best known as a leading passenger airport serving Germany’s most populated federal state North Rhine-Westphalia, Düsseldorf has become transformed into

UK Government’s new post-Brexit tariff regime will see winners and losers

The UK government’s new post-Brexit tariff regime will result in both winners and losers. The new regime is set to

Cargo Connections takes to Croatia

Due to the global pandemic caused by COVID-19, Cargo Connections has taken the decision to cancel its meeting due to

ACI and IATA outline roadmap for aviation industry restart

Airports Council International (ACI) World and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) have called on governments to ensure any new

Second Pharma.Aero webinar to be held

Pharma.Aero organised a successful inaugural webinar: COVID-19 seen through the glasses of global opinion leaders of the life science and

Under pressure: air cargo stakeholders become flexible to deliver

Challenged by a lack of capacity and rising prices, air cargo stakeholders are adapting to the new normal in a

FAA allows certificate holders to keep working

Operators can continue to use pilots and other crew members who have unable to comply with certain training, recent experience,

Cargo demand drives return of Delta passenger services to Germany and UK

Demand for air cargo is driving the return of Delta’s passenger services from the United States to Germany and the

Peli BioThermal’s Paul Terry’s pedal powered COVID-19 deliveries

When an appeal was made for people to help deliver essential medication for patients during the Covid-19 lockdown, Peli BioThermal’s

GEFCO organises latest charter flight to transport medical equipment from China to Slovakia

Earlier this month, a third special charter flight of medical equipment took off from China and landed in Bratislava, Slovakia,

100 million face masks moved

DSV Belgium has solid experience in the transport of pharmaceutical products for different customers. With a pharma hub based at

Caribbean Airlines operates historic cargo-only charter flight

Caribbean Airlines utilised one of its Boeing 737-800 passenger aircraft for a cargo only charter service, on Friday 8 May

United’s first flight carrying cargo in-cabin takes off

United continues to keep supply chains moving and to meet the demand for critical shipments around the globe. Recently, United

Freight and logistics training heads online in virtual classrooms via video conferencing

From June 1, the British International Freight Association (BIFA) is taking its comprehensive industry training programme online, utilising web-based video

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