Air cargo demand is expected to grow by seven per cent to 37.7 million tonnes in 2010, according to the latest analysis by the International Air Transport Association
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Clive Broadley has become president of CLECAT, the Brussels based European association for forwarding, transport, logistic and customs services.
The cost of air cargo is could rise if plans by airlines to reduce carbon emissions go-ahead.
There are considerable security shortcomings in air freight transport, despite newly drafted and tighter EU regulations, according to a new study
Cargo 2000 has appointed Thorsten Lafleur technical director with responsibility for the global development, maintenance, and industry-wide adoption of the overall business process and standards of the Cargo 2000 project.
It’s one thing to survive a rocky economic period, it’s another to thrive from it. But one man who is set on making this a reality is Tim Scharwath, Kuehne + Nagel’s chief executive for North West Europe. He talks to Jessica Davies.
Outline planning permission has been granted for a new Truck Stop facility on the busy A50 dual carriageway [M1-M6 Stoke-Derby link road] at Foston in Derbyshire, opposite Dove Valley Park.
Air France-KLM is cutting air cargo capacity by 11 per cent following a sharp drop in cargo traffic in its fourth quarter – the second quarterly fall in a row.
Pat Roche, international marketing director of RedBerry Software, has been elected chairman of the United Kingdom Air Cargo Club. Marilyn Rix, regional cargo sales manager of United Airlines, has been elected vice chairman.
The airline sector is in trouble. Losses this year could reach $6.1 billion, more than wiping out the $5.6 billion that airlines made