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Qantas to add A321 freighters after signing A$1bn e-commerce deal

By Damian Brett

Australia Post and Qantas Freight have announced an expanded domestic and international airfreight agreement to support the growing demand for…

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FedEx exits ground shipping contract with Amazon

By Damian Brett

FedEx has moved to distance itself further from Amazon, announcing that it will no longer deliver packages for the e-commerce…

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CEVA steps into South Korean e-commerce market

CEVA Logistics has begun offering its first express e-commerce services in South Korea. CEVA will provide air export services on…

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Online shoppers demand clarity and choice, says UPS

The seventh annual UPS Pulse of the Online Shopper study indicates that online shoppers in Asia Pacific make their decisions…

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UPS launches My Choice for business

As consumers continue to demand ever-faster delivery and greater visibility in a marketplace driven by e-commerce, UPS has launched its…

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UPS to launch drone business and SME e-commerce delivery operation

UPS is launching an international delivery service for small and medium size retailers in order to capture a slice of…

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Cargojet piles on the pounds for e-commerce peak demand

Canadian overnight freighter operator Cargojet said that it handled “record volumes” and added capacity to meet e-commerce demand for overnight…

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Amazon to create 2,500 jobs and ‘robotics opportunities’ in Ohio hubs

Amazon is to open two new Ohio fulfillment centers, creating more than 2,500 full-time jobs and opportunities to work alongside…

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Atlas expects more shippers to add their own air cargo networks

By Damian Brett

Shippers are expected to increasingly create their own air cargo networks as they look to enhance the control they have…

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Amazon’s record breaking Prime Day puts supply chains under pressure

By Damian Brett

Prime Day was once again the largest shopping event in Amazon history with more than 175m items ordered. Over the…

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