World Cargo Symposium 2015 Headlines
IATA responds to air cargo innovation award criticisms
Following the successful World Cargo Symposium in Shanghai last month, we reported on IATA’s Air ...
Abusing dangerous goods shipping rules should be a criminal offence, says IATA
IATA members have called on governments to criminalise the act of shipping misdeclared dangerous goods. In ...
Rail-air freight could be the solution for shippers going from Asia to the Americas
Rail-air freight is becoming an increasingly feasible option for shippers looking for more sustainable long-haul ...
'Don't shut us out' – 3PLs must allow shippers to see into their supply chains
3PLs have come under fire from shippers for “isolating” them from airlines. During a shipper session ...
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- 1. Julian Stephens on UK apparel importers 'forgotten' by THE Alliance network planners
- 2. Jens Opara on Asia-Europe shippers 'over a barrel' as carriers use capacity crunch to hike rates
- 3. Mark Hawkins on Air freight rates out of Asia soar as capacity tightens – 'congestion equals dollars'
- 4. email@example.com on Hi-tech new blood won't disrupt air cargo, it brings new life
- 5. Alfred Ellis on Asia-Europe shippers 'over a barrel' as carriers use capacity crunch to hike rates