Shipper

Some 40% of shippers unaware of dangerous goods regulations

A large number of shippers, some 40%, admitted to being unaware of the dangerous goods regulations governing airfreight. That statistic,…

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Emerging markets enthusiasm tempered by ‘crisis’ concern

Logistics industry executives worry about trade tensions, geopolitical threats  Logistics industry executives see emerging markets growing at 5% in 2019,…

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CHAMP Cargosystems launches EmissionsCalculator solution

CHAMP Cargosystems has launched ian EmissionsCalculator to help airlines, shippers and forwarders measure accurately their supply chain emissions The calculator…

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Irish sandwich maker to airfreight rocket and spinach in a no-deal Brexit

Shippers are continuing to make plans to utilise airfreight in case the UK leaves the European Union in March without…

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Delayed departure: The FTA on preparing for Brexit in March 2019

James Hookham, deputy chief executive of the UK’s Freight Transport Association (FTA), provides an exclusive insight for Air Cargo News…

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European shippers fight to ensure new tax does not stifle green efforts

Lobbying against a sustainability tax is already a moral minefield if you represent logistics providers, as you are by definition…

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No Deal Brexit will stop EU-UK air cargo unless UK added to security Greenlist

In the event of a No Deal Brexit, no air cargo can be transported between the UK and the European…

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Need for speed: Shippers want the air cargo industry to move more quickly

The chairman of the Global Shippers’ Forum (GSF) has called on the air cargo industry to strive for faster supply…

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Lack of Brexit progress a threat to trade, says FTA

UK shipper and logistics group, the Freight Transport Association (FTA), has reacted with "frustration" at the lack of progress in…

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FTA repeats calls for aviation to be a Brexit priority

UK shipper group the Freight Transport Association (FTA) has again called on the government to prioritise the negotiation of aviation…

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