Freight Forwarders

  • Cargo B Airlines

    The recently launched Cargo B Airlines has appointed Gerard ter Bruggen as cargo director based at the Brussels head office. Ter Bruggen, whose responsibility will be to manage the day-to-day worldwide commercial activities of the airline, was previously European...... Read More
  • HONG KONG: GAC inks deal with LH Cargo

    GAC Hong Kong has signed a oneyear capacity purchase agreement with Lufthansa Cargo for the movementof cargo between Hong Kong and Europe. Under the agreement, GAC Hong Kong is assured of space allocation andcompetitive rates by Lufthansa Cargo. This...... Read More
  • Cargoitalia

    Cargoitalia, the new all Italian cargo airline, has announced the appointment of Cesare Moreira as Italy sales vice president. Moreira joins Cargoitalia from Emirates Cargo where he was sales manager for Italy. The airline said in a statement that...... Read More
  • CHINA: NWA Cargo increases China service

    Northwest Air Lines (NWA) Cargo has announced that it has expanded its all-cargo freighter service to include daily frequencies to Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, in China’s Guandongprovince. “These additional frequencies provide shippers with quicker and more convenient access to...... Read More
  • French post office adjusts strategy

    The French post office is adjusting its strategy and will once again concentrate on its core business – carrying letters. It is planning to sell its air transport subsidiary Europe Airpost – which was known by the name Aeropostale...... Read More
  • GCC postal units mull unified service

    Senior officials from postal service providers across the GCC gathered in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, last month to discuss the creation of a unified, region-wide delivery service. According to a report in the Arab News daily newspaper, the offi cials...... Read More
  • Toll opens new logistics centre

    Australia-based Toll Group has offi cially opened its new Logistics Optimisation Centre (LOC) in the northern Melbourne suburb of Campbellfi eld, to support its automotive customers in Australia. The 17,500 m2 centre is focused on providing a wide range...... Read More
  • GAC boosts South African network

    GAC Group has established a 50:50 joint venture with independent South African logistics group, Laser Logistics. The joint venture company – GAC Laser International Logistics – combines GAC’s existing local infrastructure and resources with Laser Logistics’ seventy years of...... Read More
  • SMEs want improved logistics in China

    Over 70 percent of Chinese small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) leaders in China responded in a survey that there should be improvements including, among others, transportation infrastructure and adoption of technology in China, according to fi ndings of the...... Read More
  • AMERICA: 100 percent cargo screening debated

    US Congress pressure to increasesecurity screening of belly cargo hold freight on passenger flights from 30to 100 percent on all US flights willresult in budget cuts to other securitymeasures and hit airline revenues, reportssaid. Democrats want 100 percent screeningof...... Read More