July 2020

Volga-Dnepr partners with K+N to transport power turbine

By Rachelle Harry

Volga-Dnepr Airlines has teamed up with Kuehne+Nagel (K+N) to move a power turbine from the UK to Russia.  The cargo,…

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IAG Cargo achieves higher revenues despite a slide in volumes

By Rachelle Harry

IAG Cargo saw is revenues rise in the first half of this year, despite volumes being down on a year…

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Air France KLM cargo revenues up despite volume decline

By Damian Brett

Air France KLM saw its cargo revenues grow in the second quarter of the year despite a dramatic drop off…

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Sara Van Gelder to join Nallian

By Damian Brett

Sara Van Gelder from the cargo team at Brussels Airport will move to join air cargo software firm Nallian next…

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Airfreight propels ‘better than expected’ Q2 results for DSV Panalpina

By Damian Brett

DSV Panalpina saw its airfreight revenues rapidly increase during the second quarter of the year as a result of the…

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Airfreight the star for CH Robinson in volatile Q2

Third-party logistics provider CH Robinson saw second quarter 2020 revenues fall 7.2% to $3.6bn in a “volatile environment” and lower pricing…

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Swiss WorldCargo offers cargo-in-the-cabin charters

Swiss WorldCargo, the airfreight division of SWISS, has updated its offering to include commercial cargo in the cabin of passenger…

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Better than expected results for UPS in Q2

By Damian Brett

US parcels and logistics giant UPS saw “better than expected” financial results in 2020’s second quarter as consolidated average daily…

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Rickenbacker’s cargo traffic breaks records in June

Ohio’s Rickenbacker International Airport achieved a record-breaking June with all-time highs for both international freighter arrivals and offloaded international tonnages….

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LOT Polish Airlines achieves IATA CEIV Pharma certification

The cargo division of LOT Polish Airlines has achieved IATA CEIV Pharma certification following a “multi-stage” audit process that initially…

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Same-day network expanded to the US for time:matters

By Damian Brett

Time-critical logistics firm time:matters has expanded its same-day network to the US. The Lufthansa-group company said that it is now…

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AirBridgeCargo gets the cream with US feline flight

By Rachelle Harry

Special passengers on an AirBridgeCargo Airlines flight from Russia were left feline good when they landed in the US. The airline…

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Boeing confirms the end of its iconic B747

By Damian Brett

Boeing has confirmed that its Boeing 747 programme will come to end in 2022, bringing to an end the popular…

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DHL adds new life sciences facility in the US

By Damian Brett

DHL Global Forwarding has opened a new $1.6m facility in Indianapolis in the US as it continues to target the…

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Pilot Freight Service appoints non-executive chair

By Rachelle Harry

Logistics provider Pilot Freight Services (Pilot) has appointed Jerome Lorrain as non-executive chair, as well as a member of the…

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BIFA welcomes latest round of customs declaration funding

By Damian Brett

Customs intermediaries based in the UK can apply for £50m of new funding to help expand declaration capacity ahead of…

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Top 25 cargo airlines 2019: FedEx retains the top spot as Qatar climbs

By Damian Brett

FedEx was last year the world’s busiest cargo airline despite volumes remaining flat on a year earlier, while Qatar moved…

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New MD revealed for CargoLogic Germany

By Oliver Link - DVZ

Dierk Näther is set to return to CargoLogic Germany as the all-cargo carrier’s new managing director. Air Cargo News sister title…

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AirBaltic appoints APG Cargo as Ireland GSSA

By Rachelle Harry

AirBaltic Cargo has chosen APG Cargo to be its GSSA in Ireland. As part of the deal, APG Cargo Ireland…

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Gebrüder Weiss swoops on Ipsen Logistics’ units

By Damian Brett

Gebrüder Weiss has taken over large parts of the operational business of Ipsen Logistics as it looks to expand its…

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