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A tale of two airports: Heathrow and Schiphol

It was a tale of two cities and their airports, when the cargo chiefs of Amsterdam-Schiphol and London Heathrow took…

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Event highlights: Cargo comes together at IATA’s World Cargo Symposium

Last week the Air Cargo News team visited IATA’s World Cargo Symposium. Find all our coverage, including social media updates,…

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WCS17: Quality group calls in the auditors

The IATA quality standards group, Cargo iQ has appointed SGS to run its member Audit and Certification Scheme. It will…

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WCS17: ULD firm ACL unveils plans to double size of business

ULD firm ACL Airshop has unveiled ambitious plans to double the number of container stations it runs around the world….

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WCS17: Incorrectly loaded ULDs in the frame for damage to aircraft

Mishandled Unit Load Devices (ULDs) are the second highest cause of damage to aircraft, while incorrect loading of cargo on…

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WCS17: Saudia signs ULD management and repair contract with Unilode

ULD management and repair specialist Unilode has signed a deal to handle 21,000 units belonging to Saudia’s passenger and cargo…

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WCS17: IATA Cargo Handling Manual launched

IATA has launched a Cargo Handling Manual (ICHM) to help airlines and cargo handlers work together more effectively while improving…

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WCS17: Airfreight demand on the up but profitability faces headwinds

Air cargo demand is expected to grow again this year but airline profitability remains under threat from overcapacity and rising…

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WCS17: UAE in the spotlight

As a global trade gateway, with two freighter-owning passenger airlines based in the UAE, it was appropriate to have a…

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WCS17: Smart new look for Jettainer

Lufthansa’s Jettainer subsidiary unveiled a new logo and strapline at the IATA World Cargo Symposium on 14 March. The company…

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