Emirates SkyCargo anticipates a more positive year
Emirates SkyCargo is looking forward to a better 2020 following "a very challenging year" with a com...
Airbus Beluga XL enters service
The Airbus Beluga XL has finally entered into service early this month providing Airbus with 30% extra transport...
China is becoming one of Africa’s biggest trading partners, making huge investments in the continent.
Shipping, aviation eyes Africa as trade with Asia...
Key players in the shipping and aviation industry have set their sights on further expanding
IMO 2020 to cost Hapag-Lloyd US$1B more...
Hapag-Lloyd is expecting to incur an additional annual cost of US$1 billion to make its fleet compliant with the IMO...
ZIM to start seasonal service to Russia this month
Zim Integrated Shipping Services Ltd. (ZIM) has announced that its seasonal reefer service from Egypt to Russia has...
Geodis launches 'time-definite' road freight
Geodis has said that it is now offering scheduled departures for consignments along the Singapore-Kuala Lumpur-Bangkok...
AAPA: Air cargo outlook 'remains overshad...
The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) has reported that international air cargo demand decreased by almost...
IATA: Africa, Europe airfreight grows...
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has reported that global air freight markets declined for the...
Yang Ming to launch Taiwan - Japan service
Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp has announced it is launching a new Taiwan – Japan service by the end of this month as...
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Beijing Daxing International Airport – “the starfish” – shown under construction in October 2018, is expected to one day become the world’s busiest airport.
Source: Beijing Daxing cargo to complement nearby...
China has recently opened the massive Beijing Daxing International Airport (PKX) which is expected
China has dropped bans on North American pork, beef and poultry, at least in part to cope with an ongoing African Swine Fever epidemic there.
China signals new readiness to buy North American...
Canadian producers of beef and pork had cause to celebrate in the early days of this month when
Container lines in the trans-Pacific arena are sailing into a gloomy festive season, heading for the first full-year contraction of traffic since the financial crisis of 2009.
Weak peak? Trans-Pacific volume slumps
Container lines in the trans-Pacific arena are sailing into a gloomy festive season. After a slump
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