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IATA rolls out new digital collaboration platform

  IATA's new platform is open for airlines (including non-members), freight forwarders and third-party IT providers in the air cargo business.   March 25, 2021         By PLA Editor   Photo credit: Pixabay The International Air Transport Association (IATA) on 24 March (Geneva time) launched a new platform to support the digitisation of the whole air

Vaccine flights: Air cargo swings into action

The number of vaccine shipments being transported by air is gradually taking off as more products are launched and more countries launch inoculation programmes. Below you will find all the latest updates on air cargo vaccine transportation operations from forwarders, airlines, airports and handlers. MARCH 18: Airline alliance SkyTeam Cargo has launched a dedicated program for shipping Covid-19 vaccines. The V Excellence

AFKLMP sets up Covid Service Centre to manage vaccine shipments

18 / 03 / 2021 By Rachelle Harry   Gertjan Roelands Air France KLM Martinair Cargo (AFKLMP) has established a Covid Service Centre to manage all of its coronavirus vaccine shipments. The service centre, which was launched after a trial in selected countries, caters to the temperature requirements of different vaccines. Suitable for use with different container types, the service centre enables

Picture special: Take-off for CMA CGM Air Cargo at Liege

15 / 03 / 2021 By Damian Brett   New market entrant CMA CGM Air Cargo on March 13 operated its first flight. The inaugural flight of the shipping group’s air cargo subsidiary took off from Liege Airport in Europe and headed across the Atlantic to Chicago O’Hare in the US utilising one of its Airbus A330-200 freighters. A second Airbus A330-200F will enter into service on March 18, and will

Shippers urged to get creative to combat space shortages

By Damian Brett   Shippers have been urged to get creative as capacity shortages and high rates in air cargo and other modes are expected to continue. In the latest Baltic Exchange airfreight rate newsletter, Bruce Chan, vice president of global logistics at investment bank Stifel, said that over the next few months capacity could become tighter as demand continues to recover. Chan said: “Assuming that

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