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Month: January 2024

Exclusive: New Qatar Cargo COC outlines priorities

Qatar Airways and its airfreight wing Qatar Airways Cargo have undergone leadership changes recently, bringing in a new leadership team

NAP appoints Ralph van Eijk to head its NAV cargo GSSA & brokerage network

Neutral Air Partner appoints seasoned aviation executive Ralph van Eijk as Head of GSSA Network and Airline Development. Ralph is

Jettainer strengthening its sales team in North Asia

Elfi Chik has joined Jettainer’s sales team in Hong Kong as General Manager Sales in North Asia. This strategic hiring

Changi Airport Group collaborates with Aurrigo to trial new autonomous baggage handling vehicle

Changi Airport Group (CAG) and Aurrigo International plc (Aurrigo) are collaborating to test the latest version of its electric-powered autonomous

Runway renovation commences at Ostend-Bruges

The renovation of the runway at Ostend-Bruges Airport has commenced, marking a significant development for the airport. The airport will

76% of supply chain and logistics operations are experiencing notable workforce shortages

Descartes Systems Group has released findings from its study How Bad Is the Supply Chain and Logistics Workforce Challenge?, which

Tecsys becomes only WMS Provider to achieve AWS supply chain competency in three categories

Tecsys Inc. has announced that it has achieved the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Supply Chain Competency in the Software Offerings:

ASM appoints three new board directors and reaffirms commitment to customers

Agency Sector Management (ASM) has appointed industry veterans David Baker, Stuart Campey, and Dave Allen to its board of directors,

Stable air cargo year 2023 at Vienna Airport

Air cargo handling at Vienna Airport remained stable: More than 172,000 tons were handled for transport by cargo or passenger

Etihad Cargo attains IATA CEIV Lithium Batteries Certification

Etihad Cargo, the cargo and logistics arm of Etihad Airways, has achieved the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) Centre of

Turkish Cargo now offers 3 new pharma products

Being one of the most reliable solution partners in the global air cargo industry, Turkish Cargo raises the bar for

air cargo Africa and transport logistic Africa 2025 will provide solutions for multimodal transport on the continent

Messe Muenchen India, organisers of air cargo Africa, have announced Nairobi, Kenya as the new host city for the upcoming

Blue Whale presents its sustainable project (Re)Generation Fruit

Together with its partners Micropep, AsclepiosTech, Maf Roda, the engineering school of Purpan and the National Institute for Agricultural, Food

Cargo Airline Association names Jennifer Thibodeau as Managing Director, Safety and Regulatory Policy

The Cargo Airline Association (CAA) has named Jennifer Thibodeau as Managing Director, Safety and Regulatory Policy. Ms. Thibodeau will join

UK government urged to clarify classification of fruit and vegetables over risk to supply chain

Logistics UK is calling on the government to address the confusion caused by its indication that fresh fruit and vegetables

Network Cargo Management appointed as GSA for Bringer in the USA

Network Cargo Management has been appointed as the GSA for Bringer Air Cargo, across the USA. Javier Gonzalez, NCM’s Sales

Delta Air Lines extends partnership with LUG

Delta Air Lines has extended its partnership with LUG aircargo handling in Frankfurt and Munich, securing a contract extension until

Finnair partners with WFS for cargo handling in Paris

Finnair has appointed Worldwide Flight Services (WFS), a member of the SATS Group, to provide cargo warehouse handling at Paris

B&H Worldwide secures logistics contract with Flair Airlines

B&H Worldwide has announced the successful acquisition of a new contract with Flair Airlines, a leading Canadian ultra-low-cost carrier headquartered

Cathay welcomes the launch of the Hong Kong Sustainable Aviation Fuel Coalition

Cathay has further demonstrated its steadfast commitment to contributing towards the decarbonisation of the aviation industry and establishing itself as

Rhenus Ireland announces sustainable warehouse expansion

Rhenus Ireland has confirmed it has officially expanded the Rhenus Parkmore campus in Galway, Ireland, with the addition of a

Tapping into a challenging continent

Africa, traditionally a testing continent for business, has witnessed significant changes in recent years, creating new opportunities for global logistics

AI insights into pharmaceutical logistics

7bridges is leveraging the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to improve how pharmaceutical companies manage their supply chains. With its

New era for industry awards

The 2024 Air Cargo Week World Air Cargo Awards (WACA) will be held at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre

Can drones reshape logistics?

As the airfreight sector embraces innovation, there is one technology that has come into focus given the perceived potential it

Pharma’s increasing opportunity

The air cargo industry transports a vast amount of pharmaceutical goods with 28% of the industry’s cargo being biopharmaceuticals and

Pharma holds steady in a volatile air cargo market

After achieving slow but consistent growth for several years, total airfreight pharma shipment tonnages globally were more or less flat

Collaboration to grow the cool chain

When examining the pharmaceutical market in the airfreight industry, there is a consistent growth trend projected for the next 15

January tonnages well up on last year’s levels

Worldwide air cargo demand in January so far remains significantly up compared with this time last year, according to the

Air Charter Service arranges charter to 4,000th airport in last 10 years

Air Charter Service recently arranged a charter into its 4,000th airport since 2013, spanning 191 different countries. Chris Leach, ACS’s

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