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The September issue of Airline Cargo Management is now online

Posted on 7 August 2018

 

The September issue of Airline Cargo Management is now online

 

Stay on top of all the latest industry news and market developments this autumn with the September issue of Airline Cargo Management.

Qatar Airways Cargo has seen a surge in demand for its cargo solutions and capacity for perishable goods. The carrier is now making significant investments in technology such as in automated track-and-trace capability and other major investments like its new Climate Control Centre at Hamad International Airport. Guillaume Halleux, Chief Officer Cargo explains the airline's progress.

 

The air cargo industry is in the process of changing and digitising systems to transform internal operations. This digitisation of air freight has comes at an opportune time to the industry to help reduce costs and improve revenue. We take a closer look at the rate of adoption by the air cargo industry.

 

All major Europe-Asia carriers have reported strong growth across the past year and a half and with routes accounting for 20% of the global cargo traffic, cautious optimism is stimulating new investment and increased capacity to and from Asia-Pacific.

 

 

Also in this issue:

 

Latin American uplift
The Latin American perishables market is booming, Panalpina has registered 20% growth this year, and cargo operators are seeing record volumes, particularly in Asia. However, capacity still remains limited and expensive.

Big business
We examine the unique aircraft operations at ANTONOV Airlines highlighting that the outsized charter business requires specialist planning and equipment.

 

Positive vibes
We take a look at LATAM Cargo’s market recovery after it expanded operations and underwent a complete overhaul of its product line-up to boost yields.

 

The e-commerce express 
Airlines are moving in on the express parcel delivery business but with e-commerce shipments typically low in value, carriers are looking at the best approach to grow.

 

For all of the features in this issue visit www.airlinecargomanagement.com.

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