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No signs of Chinese New Year rise in air cargo demand

By Damian Brett

Any hopes of a surge in air cargo demand ahead of the Chinese New Year/Lunar New Year holiday appear to…

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China faces slow airfreight demand as Covid containment continues

By Rebecca Jeffrey

As China enforces continued Covid containment measures air cargo demand is “slow” in the north of the country according to…

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Scan Global Logistics adds second UAE office this year

By Damian Brett

Fast-growing forwarder Scan Global Logistics (SGL) has opened its second office in the UAE in less than a year. The…

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Scan Global Logistics targets automotive with AFL acquisition

By Damian Brett

Fast-growing Danish forwarder Scan Global Logistics (SGL) has acquired an automotive logistics specialist as it targets growth in the sector….

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Scan Global Logistics acquires Sea-Air Logistics

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Global logistics provider Scan Global Logistics (SGL) has acquired Sea-Air Logistics (SAL) to increase its presence in China and Hong…

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Airfreight industry will not suffer any “lasting negative impact” from the pandemic

By Rebecca Jeffrey

The air cargo industry will not suffer any “lasting negative impact” from the pandemic, an industry expert has said. Speaking…

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Scan Global Logistics continues expansion with new UAE business

By Damian Brett

Scan Global Logistics (SGL) has opened a wholly-owned business in Dubai, taking advantage of the new no-local sponsor regulation. The…

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Shanghai port congestion could pile on airfreight pressure

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Covid lockdown measures in Shanghai are drawing to a close but a backlog of shipping containers at the Port of…

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Scan Global Logistics targets emissions with SAF deal

By Damian Brett

Scan Global Logistics (SGL) is partnering with Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) producer Neste to offer customers the opportunity to reduce…

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When will air cargo’s supply-demand balance return to pre-Covid levels?

By Damian Brett

The air cargo market could see its supply-demand balance return to pre-covid levels in 2025, although that prediction comes with…

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