DHL eCommerce launches domestic delivery in...
DHL eCommerce has launched domestic delivery in Malaysia, offering a range of services targeted at the Malaysian...
Sino-Global to cooperate with COSCO Xinyang
Sino-Global Shipping America, Ltd. has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Ningbo Xinyang Shipping Co., Ltd....
There has been a good start to the year for air cargo, according to the International Air Transport Association. (Photo: Jeffrey Lee)
IATA expects more air freight growth
After five years of sluggish growth, the global economy will finally begin to pick up this year,
Maersk partners with Microsoft for digital...
Maersk has signed a strategic agreement with Microsoft Corp. to modernize supply chain management and global trade....
China Southern orders A350
China Southern Airlines has signed a purchase agreement with Airbus for 20 A350-900s. “With its very long range...
Asiana receives first A350
Asiana Airlines has taken delivery of its first Airbus A350-900. The South Korean airline becomes the 12th operator of...
Aerospares 2000 selects B&H in Singapore and US
Aerospares 2000 has appointed B&H Worldwide to handle its inventory of spare parts in Singapore and the...
Qatar Airways Cargo to launch fourth weekly...
Qatar Airways will launch a fourth weekly Pharma Express freight flight from Basel on May 8, 2017. The new flight will...
Cargolux Group posts US$5.5m net profit for 2016
The Cargolux Group made a net profit of US$5.5 million in 2016, a year-on-year decrease of 88.8%, according to results...
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Japanese carriers ANA and JAL held their own in the cargo business in 2016, thanks in part to strong demand in the second half of the year. (Photo: Jeffrey Lee)
Japanese carriers hold their own in 2016
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Cathay launched a regular weekly 747-8F flight from Brisbane West Wellcamp to Hong Kong in November 2016. (Photo: Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport)
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The two largest container seaports in the US state of Florida, one of which is the Port of Miami, are eager to attract more large container ships, particularly those on the Asia-US trade lane. (Photo: Port of Miami Terminal Operating Company)
Florida ports vie for Asian cargo
With the Panama Canal expansion now operational for about six months, the two largest seaports in
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