November 2008

Cover Story

  • Incheon eager to please, eager to grow

    Strategically located as it is, smack in the middle between the two economic powerhouses of China and Japan with unsurpassed global connectivity, carrier friendly incentives and the fastest customs clearance in the world, you would think selling Incheon as a cargo hub would be a breeze. Donald Urquhart has the story.... Read More


Belly Ache




  • Bold cargo vision for tiny PG Airport

    For one small airport located in a small northern city in Canada, a vision - many would call it a dream - of becoming an international air cargo hub, is moving fast in the direction of something far more concrete. Donald Urquhart has the story.... Read More

From the Editor

Ground Handling

IT & Equipment


  • Optimistic outlook for MRO business

    Despite a less than rosy air industry at the moment, industry leaders speaking at last month's MRO Asia 2008 Conference and Exhibition in Singapore remained upbeat about the medium to long term prospects for the sector.... Read More




  • Steady as she goes: RJ Cargo enjoying solid volumes

    While the majority of airlines the world-over struggle in the tough environment, Amman-based Royal Jordanian and its cargo division Royal Jordanian Cargo have ridden out the worst of the oil shocks and are now enjoying solid cargo traffic.... Read More



  • Qantas Freight rolls out new business strategy

    Since consolidating Qantas Freight businesses as part of the Qantas Group's business segmentation strategy last year, the new entity has continued to grow and built on new-found synergies. Wong Joon San has the story.... Read More
  • Toll forges ahead, focuses on Asian acquisitions

    While considerable volatility exists in global debt and equity markets as well as in global energy prices, the logistics sector's fundamentals remain favourable as global trade and the trend to outsourcing continues, the Toll Group says.... Read More
  • Australia's air cargo gateway nears capacity

    Sydney Airport, the air freight gateway to Australia, is tipped to record strong freight volume growth next year. According to the airport's 2009 draft Master Plan, existing international and domestic airfreight handling facilities at the Sydney Airport are currently operating near capacity.... Read More



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