Tuesday 25th Feb 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Forwarders win air cargo cash guarantee battle

Changes to the terms of the IATA-owned Cargo Accounts Settlement System (CASS) come into effect on 1st July following a campaign by forwarders to get rid of bank guarantees that they argued were expensive and cumbersome

Ashes are burning

It's that time of year again. I'm not talking about the hay fever season, but the volcano season

On the move

Culina hires Oakley for ambient; New head for DHL in Bangladesh; IATA makes von Lueders Asia Pacific vice president; Beluga hires Roehl

Toll targets growth in airfreight sector

Toll Global Forwarding is targeting significant growth in the global airfreight sector in 2011 and has built up its air freight network, after forecasts of growth in Asian air freight

Cathay air cargo up 8.9 per cent

Cathay Pacific and Dragonair carried 144,402 tonnes of cargo in January 2011, a rise of 8.9 per cent compared to January last year

Online help for dangerous air cargo

A new service, DG Online, has been launched to give airlines, freight forwarders and shippers faster access to the latest regulations and information for the carriage of dangerous goods by air

Show us the e-freight benefits, say forwarders

Freight forwarders need to see significant value added to the airport-to-airport portion of the air cargo supply chain before making a commitment to e-commerce, according to an industry survey

Securing the global supply chain

Janet Napolitano was in Brussels last week to whip up support for the US government's strategy to outwit any potential terrorist threat - and supply chain was clearly a the top of the agenda.

BA air cargo steady despite December drop

British Airways recorded a 10.2 per cent drop in cargo tonne kilometres for December compared to last year as a result of disruption caused by bad weather