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Leading in the Digital Age: A Whole New Ball Game


Digital transformation is changing the world around us. This presents us, as business leaders, with a challenge: to stay competitive in the digital age. We do not only need to rapidly adopt new digital technologies, but also adapt our organization’s strategy and culture. Obviously, this is no quick and easy task – it requires strong […]

DP World partners with Virgin Hyperloop One


DP World and Virgin Hyperloop One have partnered to create DP World Cargospeed which will provide hyperloop-enabled delivery. This will enable a fast, sustainable and efficient solution for the transport of high-priority, on-demand goods such as food and medical supplies. It will expand freight transport capacity by connecting with traditional modes of freight transport. Systems […]

Q1 intermodal volume has best quarter in nearly four years, says IANA


Total first quarter intermodal volume movements-at 4,547,247-were up 7.2% annually, which was ahead of the fourth quarter’s 5.8% annual spread and the third quarter’s 6.3% difference. Source: News

ASOS invests in second pocket sorter from KNAPP


Online fashion retailer is investing in a KNAPP pocket sorter at its Berlin distribution centre. The pocket sortation solution is combined with a hanging goods system. Each pocket has space for all the items as they would fit into a shopping bag. The pocket sorter system uses an algorithm to sort randomly picked items into […]

Longhao Airlines looks to add international cargo routes


Chinese carrier Longhao Airlines is planning to launch two international cargo services from Nanchang Airport by June of this year. Details on where the service will operate to are thin on the ground, but the airline operates a fleet of three short-to-medium range B737-300 freighters meaning… Source: News

Digitalization in Cargo: Still a Rough Road Ahead


The air cargo industry still has a long way to go towards digitalization and the standardization of its business processes, particularly by upping the use of electronic air waybills(e-AWB). This statement made by Lodige Industrie’s Head of Sales Air Cargo, Jan Kristof Nol, during a meeting of Germany’s Air Cargo Club (ACD) in Berlin last […]

IAG Cargo to add Gatwick-Toronto operation


IAG Cargo will begin offering capacity on a Gatwick-Toronto flight starting tomorrow. The service will operate three times per week and will be operated using a Boeing 777 aircraft with a cargo capacity of 18 tonnes per flight. The airline said expected export commodities include pharma,… Source: News

DHL further expands options for preferred parcel delivery time


DHL Parcel will be introducing the option of booking a preferred time for any shipment – regardless of the e-tailer's shipping offering. Source: News

Schiphol cargo dips in March


Amsterdam Schiphol's cargo volumes dipped by 4.7% in March to 146,249 tonnes as the number of full freighter services fell from 1,582 last year in the same month to 1,411 in 2018. Cargo volumes by region in March for the Netherlands hub, Europe's third largest by total throughputs, saw monthly… Source: News

Air France KLM Cargo gets digital to smooth processes


The last few years have by no means been easy for Air France KLM Martinair Cargo (AF KLM) as it underwent a restructuring that saw it lose around 15% of staff over a three-year period. Its freighter fleet was also reduced from 15 aircraft at the start of 2014 to six today. However, Marcel de… […]

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