CGL Cohesion Industry News

Industry News

  • Newsletter - February 22, 2019

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES US Carriers Apply For New Tokyo Haneda Slots American, Delta and United airlines are bidding for slots at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport after the US and Japan agreed new slot availability. Read more here. OCEAN FREIGHT UPDATES Two-month wait for cargo aboard fire-hit Yantian Express Shippers...

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  • Newsletter - February 21, 2019

    OCEAN FREIGHT UPDATES Supply chain radar: Maersk results out – don't panic yet, a new blue star is born A quick and dirty take on AP Møller Mærsk (APMM)’s fourth-quarter and annual results, released this morning, which confirmed the Danish group is getting leaner but is still in full restructuring mode – notably, its financials...

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  • Newsletter - February 20, 2019

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Mixed results for AF KLM Cargo The Air France-KLM airline group has reported its 2018 full-year results, which paint a mixed picture with cargo volumes down but revenues up. Read more here.  New canine screening of air cargo could reduce airport congestion Three private security firms...

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  • Newsletter - February 19, 2019

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES IATA announces finalists for 2019 cargo innovation awards IATA has confirmed the finalists for its 2019 Air Cargo Innovation Awards, the original 56 ideas having been whittled down to just three by an independent jury panel. Read more here.  Delta Cargo to rebrand, aligning with SkyTeam Cargo Atlanta,...

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  • Newsletter - February 15, 2019

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Why the Superjumbo A380 Is Flying Into Retirement Airbus SE took the drastic measure of terminating its flagship A380 superjumbo, with the last double-deckers rolling off the production line in 2021. That will be just 14 years after its first commercial flight and just a year after Airbus appeared to have secured...

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