Air cargo news
Lufthansa Cargo and China Post Group Corp have inked a strategic cooperation that has the cargo capacity scope of a weekly Boeing 777 freighter on the Shanghai (PVG) – Frankfurt (FRA) route. Li Xiong, vice president of the official postal service of the People’s Republic of China, and Peter...
CEVA Logistics has appointed Milton Tadeau Pimenta as managing director of its Australia & New Zealand cluster. Currently head of Contract Logistics in South America for the company, he will take up his position in January 2019, reporting directly to chief executive Xavier Urbain. He takes...
LATAM Cargo saw revenues and volumes improve in the third quarter of the year, with demand for salmon helping to propel demand. The Chile-headquartered carrier, which operates 10 B767-300Fs, recorded total cargo revenues for the period of $279m, up 2.5% year on year, while cargo traffic improved...
The most important point for every airline is to ensure sales and promotion of its unique brand in every market. The brand is composed of company culture, quality standards, own special features leading to individual product portfolio.
In today’s competitive environment the producers very often need to solve emergency situations affecting their regular supply chain material flow. Together with our partners we locate and position a dedicated aircraft capacity according to the customer’s requirements.
Except for the top-notch airlines in their home gateways, majority of carriers are dependant on their cargo handling agents, GHA for short. GHAs are responsible for accepting, storing and manifesting shipments for airlines' flights.
Sometimes more airlines are needed to make sure a shipment travels to the desired destination. Such cooperation is called interline and we like interlines a lot!