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Optimistic IATA sees steady air cargo growth

Global freight tonne kilometres (FTKs) put in their strongest first-half performance for seven years, said IATA in its report for…

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A new book on ULD handling and safety

ULD CARE, a not-for-profit Canadian corporation, has published a new book, ULD Explained, aimed at promoting the correct handling of unit…

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WCS17: How air cargo can fight back to profitability

Air cargo can improve profitability levels by encouraging adherence to contracts, offering transparent pricing, developing joint global solutions, moving to…

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How smart ULDs and better data can help the cargo terminal of the future

Cargo warehouses of the future will have smart devices, smart people and technology-driven ULDs transformed from “dumb boxes” to interactive…

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Air cargo on the up in May, but growth could have peaked

Airfreight demand growth improved at a double-digit pace in May, but indicators suggest improvements have peaked. The latest statistics from…

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WCS17: IATA optimistic on growth but issues warning over protectionism

IATA director general and chief executive Alexandre de Juniac kicked off the 2017 World Cargo Symposium by speaking of the…

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IATA prioritises quality in difficult times

Speaking at The 10th annual World Cargo Symposium (WCS) being held in Berlin this week (15-17 March), the director general…

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WCS17: Disruptors and Trump on the Abu Dhabi agenda

Transform today: shape tomorrow, that is the theme of IATA’s 11th World Cargo Symposium (WCS), which takes place in Abu…

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WCS17: Innovation, building windmills in Abu Dhabi

Fasten your cargo seatbelts, we’re heading for a digital tornado as the airfreight industry embraces technological change. That was the…

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WCS17: Optimism but beware potholes the size of a politician’s ego

If you need one word to sum up the mood music of the first day of IATA’s World Cargo Symposium…

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