CGL Cohesion Industry News

Industry News

  • Newsletter - August 6, 2019

    OCEAN FREIGHT UPDATES Liner reliability improves markedly in second quarter Container shipping’s reliability has come under increasing scrutiny from customers. However, there are signs carriers are getting their act together, with new figures showing improvements across the board. Read more here. Battery-Powered...

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  • Newsletter - August 5, 2019

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Hong Kong strikes hit cargo operations Hundreds of flights from Hong Kong, the world’s busiest cargo airport, have been cancelled as protesters continue coordinated strikes that are bringing chaos to the city. Pilots, flight crews and air traffic controllers are all reported to have...

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  • Newsletter - August 1, 2019

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES WOW Air’s Revival Could Be Cancelled The revival of WOW Air by a US investment consortium is looking less likely by the day. According to Icelandic press, the purchasing company has repeatedly failed to make an installment payment for the assets it wishes to purchase. As such, the liquidators...

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  • Newsletter - July 31, 2019

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Air Canada expects Q3 turbulence due to grounded Max 8 aircraft MONTREAL — Air Canada is facing a tougher third quarter due to the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max, with the airline announcing it will scrub the plane from its schedules until Jan. 8 and see capacity drop in one of its busiest...

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  • Newsletter - July 30, 2019

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Asia Pacific cargo volumes continue to decline According to the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines’ (AAPA) figures for June, air cargo volumes have declined for the eighth consecutive month. Read more here. Caribbean Airlines Cargo signs interline agreement with...

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