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Qatar Airways Cargo: Two decades of excellence in air freight
Qatar Airways Cargo, a pioneering force in the global air cargo industry is celebrating 20 years of dedicated freighter operations.
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WorldACD Weekly Air Cargo Trends (week 37):
Tonnages and rates on the rise
Envirotainer expands network capabilities in Americas to meet growing market demand
Envirotainer, the specialist in secure cold chain solutions for the shipment of temperature sensitive pharmaceuticals, has expanded its network capabilities in the Americas. The company…
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FedEx posts profit that tops estimates, raises forecast on cost cuts
FedEx Corp. rose in early trading Thursday on profit that topped analyst estimates and an increase to the low end of its earnings forecast. The…
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Boeing: Fast-growing China domestic air travel driving 20-year demand for 8,560 airplanes
China will account for 20% of the world's airplane demand through 2042...
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WorldACD Weekly Air Cargo Trends (week 36):
Stable start to September
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VRR’s AAX collapsible container makes commercial debut
A global e-commerce company has become the first to use VRR’s AAX Collapsible in a commercial setting. It placed the order for the folding version…
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LATAM Cargo adapts transport processes to help decentralize access to cancer diagnostics in Chile
• The cargo subsidiary of LATAM Airlines Group established a partnership with CGM Nuclear, the primary producer of radiopharmaceuticals in Chile, to streamline the transportation…
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Lufthansa Cargo increases flight offerings to Asia, Africa and Mexico
• Winter flight schedule 2023/2024 includes 83 weekly B777F connections • Increased frequencies to Tel Aviv, Cairo, Hong Kong and Mexico City • New additions…
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[Freightos Weekly Update] Competing signs for rest of peak, as carriers contend with overcapacity
The latest NRF US ocean imports report projects peak season strength to stretch into October, with possible signs of restocking through Q4. But (slightly) easing…