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TIACA deal supports Africa's airfreight development
Air Cargo World
Under the MoU, the organizations will collaborate on improvements to air cargo safety and security; developing new training initiatives; and promoting digitalization across Africa's airfreight industry. Other areas the MoU will target for improvement ...

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Wall Street Journal

FedEx Seals Turboprop Deal Amid Strength in Airfreight Market
Wall Street Journal
FedEx Corp. FDX 0.63% is renewing part of its fleet of smaller cargo planes in a deal valued at $1.3 billion at list price, amid an improved outlook for the global airfreight market. FedEx will buy up to 50 turboprop planes from European aircraft maker ...
FedEx Express orders up to 50 ATR 72-600 production line freightersAir Cargo News
FedEx to buy 30 new aircraftLogistics Manager
FedEx Express purchases 30 ATR 72-600F aircraftSTAT Times
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Air Cargo News

CEVA remains in the red despite airfreight demand growth
Air Cargo News
Freight forwarder CEVA remained in the red during the third quarter of the year despite increases in revenues and airfreight volumes. The forwarder, which has been subject to takeover rumours this year, saw third-quarter revenues increase by 6.1% year ...
Still seeing red, but fundamentals improved in CEVA's 3Q reportingAir Cargo World
Profits boost for CEVALogistics Manager

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Air Cargo News

Flexport the latest forwarder to secure airfreight space over capacity concerns
Air Cargo News
Earlier this year, Dachser sent out a customer note stating that it had secured extra charter capacity for the peak season, while in September DHL's forwarding arm announced that it would begin operating an ACMI airfreight operation utilising B747F ...



Fruitnet

Airfreight capacity under pressure
Fruitnet
Freight forwarders are struggling to cope with a lack of global airfreight capacity, as rates soar on some lanes as high as US$8 per kg, reports supply chain magazine The Loadstar. There is “nowhere to turn”, one Asia-Europe airfreight forwarder, who ...

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AIR FREIGHT GLOBAL INDUSTRY GUIDE 2017
PR Newswire (press release)
Global Air Freight industry profile provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market size (value and volume 2012-16, and forecast to 2021). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key ...

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JOC.com

Air freight may be project cargo's most volatile move
JOC.com
Even without the threat of natural disasters, the shipment of outsized or heavyweight air freight has always demanded agility, speed, and quick thinking from forwarders, charter brokers, and carriers. The inherent complexities, coupled with economic ...



Reuters

Global air freight demand growth slows in September: IATA
Reuters
(Reuters) - Demand for global air freight saw the slowest pace of growth in five months in September, and it appears that the recent run of growth in air freight has peaked, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said on Wednesday. FILE ...
Airfreight growth continuesFruitnet
IATA: Airfreight rises 9.2% in September despite slowing demandAmerican Shipper
IATA numbers show air freight demand for September slows but still up 9.2%STAT Times
Air Cargo News -Arab News
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Supply Chain Dive

Industry Pulse: Air freight may have peaked
Supply Chain Dive
Industry-wide freight ton kilometers (FTKs) grew by 9.2% in September, down 2.4% from August, the International Air Freight Association (IATA) reported. That's 4.8% stronger than the average five-year pace and 6% stronger than the average 10-year pace, ...



JOC.com

Expect another year of solid demand, air freight heads say
JOC.com
There will be no reduction in air freight volumes over the next 12 months, and the robust demand will support improving profitability, according to airline executives responding to an International Air Transport Association (IATA) survey. IATA's ...
IATA - 2036 Forecast Reveals Air Passengers Will Nearly Double to 7.8 BillionIATA
IATA: global passenger trips rose 7% in 2016 | Data & Financials content from ATWOnlineATWOnline

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