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CLIVE: Vietnam and Shanghai disruptions impact airfreight rates in August

By Rachelle Harry

Airfreight rates continued to climb past pre-Covid levels in August, as a strict local lockdown in Vietnam and the closure…

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CLIVE: Carriers tweak capacity as load factors weaken in July

By Damian Brett

Air cargo dynamic load factors hit their lowest level since the start of the Covid-pandemic in July as the industry…

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CLIVE: Air cargo bounces back in April

By Damian Brett

Air cargo volumes returned to pre-covid levels in April after a drop off in March while the overall market remains…

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CLIVE: Air cargo recovery stalls in March but space remains tight

By Damian Brett

The recovery in air cargo demand appears to have stalled in March, according to the latest statistics from CLIVE Data…

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Air cargo makes recovery “that passenger departments will be dreaming of”

By Rachelle Harry

The latest data form CLIVE Data Services and TAC Index suggests that in the last 10 months, global air cargo…

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Cargo load factors remain strong despite Chinese New Year

By Damian Brett

Air cargo load factors remained strong during the Chinese New Year as demand did not fall as strongly as it…

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TIACA calls for an end to ‘misleading’ weight-based load factor

By Damian Brett

TIACA is calling for the air cargo industry to adopt the dynamic load factor developed by CLIVE Data Services over…

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CLIVE: Airfreight market improves for fourth consecutive month

By Rachelle Harry

The airfreight market has showed signs of improvement for the fourth consecutive month, CLIVE Data Services’ and TAC Index’s latest…

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Air cargo demand continues its gradual recovery

By Damian Brett

The latest figures from CLIVE Data Services show that air cargo volumes continued to climb in July, while load factors…

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CLIVE: Airfreight industry is slowly getting back on its feet

By Rachelle Harry

Airfreight market analyst CLIVE Data Services has said the industry is “slowly getting back up on its feet” after reporting…

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