Tac Index

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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Airfreight rates on the up in August

By Damian Brett

Air cargo rates on some of the world’s busiest routes began to pick up again in August while the outlook…

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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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Airfreight rates predicted to rise over the coming months as capacity tightens

By Damian Brett

Airfreight rates from China and Hong Kong are set to rise again over the coming months as new product launches…

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Airfreight rates from Hong Kong and Shanghai stabilise

By Damian Brett

Airfreight rates from Shanghai and Hong Kong showed some signs of stabilisation last week, according to the latest figures from…

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Transpacific airfreight rates edge back up

By Damian Brett

Transpacific airfreight rates increased last week as two US carriers temporarily back tracked on their plans for services to Hong…

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Shanghai airfreight rate declines show signs of slowing

By Damian Brett

Airfreight rate declines out of Shanghai have shown signs of stabilising over the last week. The latest figures from TAC…

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Declining rates add to pressure on cargo-only PAX flights

By Damian Brett

Freight rates out of China continued their return to normal seasonal levels last week, putting further pressure on the use…

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Air cargo rates and capacity on the slide as PPE demand weakens

By Damian Brett

Airfreight rates and capacity both declined last week as demand for the transportation of personal protective equipment (PPE) continues to…

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