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  • Airport Parchim gets Chinese owner

    The northeastern regional airport of Schwerin-Parchim in Germany has been acquired by Beijing-based LinkGlobal Logistics for an undisclosed amount. The transaction, which will become effective on July 1, is the first of its kind in Europe with a Chinese...... Read More
  • PHILIPPINES: 2Go opens new supply chain facility

    2Go Supply Chain, a member of the Aboitiz Group plans to reduce its supply chain cost from 10 to 5 percent. The company has recently opened a supply chain facility in Pasig City headed by vice president Colin Ricardo...... Read More
  • Menzies announces third JV in India

    Menzies Aviation has announced a third joint venture in India, further extending its partnership with Bobba Group. Menzies and Bobba Group have signed a non-exclusive ground handling licence agreement with GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd (GHIAL). Menzies Bobba Ground...... Read More
  • MALAYSIA:MASkargo eyes higher earnings

    Malaysia Airlines Cargo (MASkargo) forecasts a pre-tax profit of M$200 million (US$58.4 million) for the year ending December 31, 2007, versus the M$179 million it earned last year, according to a report in The Star. Malaysia Airlines (MAS) managing...... Read More
  • Kenya Airways unit joins Cargo 2000

    Kenya Airways’ ground handling subsidiary has joined Cargo 2000. The GHA, which was formed in 1978 at the inception of the airline, currently handles close to 70 percent of all airfreight through Jomo Kenya International Airport, Nairobi, which incorporates...... Read More
  • CHINA: SIA to buy stake in China Eastern

    Shares in China Eastern Airlines (CEA) and Singapore Airlines (SIA) were suspended at the end of last month amid reports that Singapore would soon buy up to a quarter of the loss-making, Shanghai-based carrier for nearly US$1 billion. Although...... Read More
  • Anchorage readies cargo expansion

    The oft-delayed, US$55 million aircargo expansion plan at Anchorage’s international airport is about to start. The project involves building a service ramp with spaces for seven aircraft and a 29,000-square-foot building to house de-icing rigs, cargo-loading and hauling gear,...... Read More
  • AFA2007 Conference attracts key executives from the industry

    The Air Freight Asia 2007 Conference, which will take place in the AsiaWorld-Expo venue where Asian Aerospace and the Air Freight Asia Exhibition will be held, already has attracted several senior executives who have confi rmed their attendance as...... Read More
  • Supplement: World Air Cargo Airports

    World Air Cargo Airports Supplement... Read More
  • Survey predicts China will surpass US

    A key segment of Asia’s business leaders believes their region’s economy will continue to enjoy strong growth in 2007, but many are more excited about the growth of India than they are China, a new survey shows. The survey...... Read More