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E-commerce and specialist products can ‘cushion’ air cargo in economic downturns

Growing e-commerce volumes and specialist high value products such as pharma and perishables provide  a “cushion” and “in-built resilience” for air cargo in times of global economic downturns. IATA Cargo boss Glyn Hughes, speaking after the three-day World Cargo Symposium (WCS) in Singapore, said that there was a mood of “buoyancy and optimism” among the record attendance of nearly 1,300 industry

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Asian air cargo faces short-term turbulence

The Asian air cargo industry faces turbulence over the coming months, with predictions of further demand declines. Speaking at the World Cargo Symposium, IATA chief economist Brian Pearce painted a bleak picture for air cargo in Asia over the next few months. He said the US-China trade war had already put pressure on the region. The intra-Asia region saw demand decrease by 5% year on year in January, while at Asian carriers there was

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ALI: Digitalisasi Logistik Itu Ibarat Beli Tiket Tak Lewat Travel Agent

Bisnis. Oleh: Rinaldi Mohammad Azka   Bisnis.com, JAKARTA - Asosiasi Logistik Indonesia memprediksi penghematan hasil dari integrasi digital di sektor logistik sangat signifikan.   Ketua Umum ALI, Zaldi Ilham Masita, menuturkan bahwa penghematan biaya dan waktu akan sangat besar. "Minimal 30% biaya operasional akan hemat dan user exprience akan menjadi lebih baik. Sama seperti membandingkan dulu

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INTERGRASI LOGISTIK Swasta Diusulkan Terlibat INALOG

Bisnis Indonesia Kamis, 14 Maret 2019 Oleh: Rinaldi M. Azka   Bisnis, JAKARTA – Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian mengusulkan badan usaha swasta menjadi pelaksana pengelola platform e-logistics di bawah kendali Direktorat Jenderal Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan.   Asisten Deputi Bidang Logistik, Kemenko Perekonomian, Erwin Raza menuturkan, usulan itu sebagai bagian dari

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Asia Pacific carriers report weak January for international cargo

International air cargo markets weakened further in January 2019, with Asia Pacific airlines seeing demand fall 3.8% year on year in freight tonne kilometres (FTK). Releasing its preliminary traffic figures for the month, the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) said that the decline in airfreight was due to “global new export orders contracting on the back of slowing demand for foreign goods”. The timing of the Chinese

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