CLIVE Data Services

Disruption continues to hit air cargo as volumes drop again in April

By Damian Brett

The air cargo industry continues to be buffeted by a range of issues that resulted in volume declines deepening in…

Read More

Air cargo demand takes a hit in March but rates stay high

By Damian Brett

Air cargo volumes in March declined compared with a year earlier as the market was hit by the war in…

Read More

Air cargo market close to pre-pandemic levels but uncertainty ahead

By Rebecca Jeffrey

The global air cargo market continued catching up with pre-pandemic levels in February as freight volumes, capacity and load factors…

Read More

Robust demand and rates for Asia-Europe air cargo

By Roger Hailey

Asia-Europe air cargo trade looks set to continue with high rates and demand in 2022, writes Roger Hailey. Turbulence is…

Read More

CLIVE: Marginal air cargo volume increase in January

By Rebecca Jeffrey

General air cargo volumes in January 2022 recorded a 0.1% increase in chargeable weight compared to January 2021, according to…

Read More

Air cargo rates to stay high as challenges remain

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Strong air cargo rates are set to continue but capacity and ground handling challenges will continue. This was the takeaway…

Read More

Xeneta swoops on CLIVE Data Services

By Damian Brett

Air and ocean rate data provider Xeneta has acquired airfreight data firm CLIVE Data Services as it looks to meet…

Read More

Airfreight rates end the year on a high

By Damian Brett

Airfreight rates on major trade lanes ended the year on a high as supply chains remained under pressure. The latest…

Read More

Supply chain issues continue to weigh down air cargo growth

By Damian Brett

Ongoing supply chain issues continued to weigh down air cargo demand growth in December but rates continued to surge. According…

Read More

IATA warns knee-jerk Omicron reaction could hit cargo capacity

By Damian Brett

IATA has warned that cargo capacity could come under pressure if governments adopt a knee-jerk reaction to the Omicron variant….

Read More