CMA CGM launches Bengal Bay Express
CMA CGM has launched its weekly Bengal Bay Express service. According to CMA CGM, the new service offers direct calls...
APL launches FEX service
APL has launched its weekly Felixstowe Express service. According to APL, the new FEX service provides shippers with...
Malaysia’s economy is projected to have healthy growth of between 4% to 5% in the long term. Two cargo airlines are counting on a strong economy to fuel their business. (Photo: Vlado Sestan)
Malaysia ready for MAB Kargo, Raya battle
The fight between two of Malaysia’s airlines for the country’s cargo market is about to get
Sino-Global to cooperate with COSCO Logistics
Sino-Global Shipping America, Ltd. and COSCO Logistics (Americas) Inc. have signed a strategic agreement to cooperate...
China ratifies UN TIR Convention
China has ratified the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe’s Customs Convention on the International...
Freightos launches international freight...
Freightos has launched its online marketplace for international freight. The platform enables users to compare, book...
Xiamen Airlines launches trans-Pacific operations
Xiamen Airlines has launched trans-Pacific flights by adding Vancouver to its network. The flight is operated three...
Singapore Airlines to launch non-stop Manchester...
Singapore Airlines will fly non-stop between Singapore and Manchester from October 30, 2016. According to the airline,...
MSC christens MSC Sveva at Le Havre
Mediterranean Shipping Company has christened its new container vessel, the MSC Sveva, at the Port of Le Havre. The...
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Industry Shines at 2016 AFLAS Awards
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The large – and at one time promising – market of Brazil is much less active now compared to a few years ago. The contraction of Latin American economies, coupled with a large increase in passenger widebody belly capacity, has led to a reduction in the use of freighter aircraft between China and Latin America. (Photo: Bruno Leivas)
China-Latin America routes weathering economic...
Air cargo carriers serving the China-Latin America trade lane remain confident about its long-term
Ethiopian Airlines currently transports Ethiopian products such as leather and coffee into India, but the types of products are likely to expand as trade links grow, an official says. (Photo: Ethiopian Airlines]
Growing links highlight India-Africa trade
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