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Transpacific airfreight rates reach new highs

By Damian Brett

Airfreight rates on the transpacific trade lane have continued to surge since the start of November as peak season demand…

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Freightos to launch air cargo price index

By Damian Brett

Freightos will launch an air cargo pricing index based on data from its Webcargo booking portal that it hopes will…

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Airfreight rates from Asia reach another high

By Damian Brett

Airfreight rates out of Asia continued to climb last week as the region catches up following Typhoon Chanthu and the…

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WebCargo expects air cargo’s move to digital booking to continue beyond Covid

By Damian Brett

Online booking portal WebCargo is expecting the airfreight sector’s rapid push towards digitalistion to continue beyond the Covid-19 pandemic. Speaking…

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NCA lists its capacity on WebCargo

By Damian Brett

Freighter operator Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA) has signed up to offer its capacity on online air cargo booking portal WebCargo….

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Five forwarders continue to lead online sales charge

By Damian Brett

Freight forwarders have improved their ability to provide instant quotes digitally, but this is led by the same group of…

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Air cargo charter demand picks up due to ocean freight issues

By Damian Brett

Charter broker Air Partner has reported a 50% increase in demand as a result of ocean freight supply chain issues….

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Airfreight rates up as capacity comes under pressure

By Damian Brett

Airfreight rates from key Asian hubs continued to climb last week as ocean capacity shortages and personal protective equipment shipments…

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Airfreight rates to the US continue to pick up

By Damian Brett

Airfreight rates out of major Asian origins to North America showed signs of increasing last week as demand shows signs…

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Digital air cargo bookings continue to grow despite Covid-19 outbreak

By Damian Brett

The use of air cargo online booking portals looks set to increase over the coming months, despite a slowdown in…

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