Business

Customer experience, not cost, will drive future supply chains

Some 61% of supply chain and logistics professionals believe that customer experience will overtake cost as the top differentiator in their industry over…

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Amazon’s new Dallas air hub set to open in November

By Damian Brett

Amazon’s new regional air hub at the Fort Worth Alliance Airport will open in October as the e-commerce firm gears…

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Turkish Cargo renews CEIV Pharma to 2022

By Damian Brett

Turkish Cargo has extended the validity period of its IATA CEIV Pharma certificate to 2022. The airline first achieved the…

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Time:matters expands dangerous goods services in ten markets

By Damian Brett

Time-critical logistics firm time:matters is now offering urgent transportation of dangerous goods. The expansion of services means that the company…

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Heathrow releases August 2019 cargo figures

By Rachelle Harry

Today, London Heathrow, the UK capital’s busiest airport, revealed that in August 2019 it processed more than 126,864 metric tonnes of cargo. The…

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Cathay Pacific Group reports tough August amid Hong Kong strikes

By Rachelle Harry

Cathay Pacific Group, comprised of Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon airlines, has released its figures for August 2019, which show…

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BA pilot strike continues to impact operations

By Rachelle Harry

A portion of IAG Cargo’s operations continue to be disrupted in the aftermath of the British Airways pilot strike, which…

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Airfreight rates on key routes tumble in August

By Damian Brett

Airfreight rates on the major transpacific and Asia-Europe routes began to come under severe pressure in August as demand declines…

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Cargo volumes down at Swissport in first half

By Damian Brett

Swissport recorded a 5.4% year-on-year decline in cargo volumes in the fist half of the year due the sale of…

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Airfreight demand down for the ninth consecutive month

By Damian Brett

The airfreight market reported its ninth consecutive year-on-year decline in a row in July, according to the latest monthly figures…

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