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Cargo Demand Turbulence to End in the UK

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Air Cargo
Posted on 3 Sep 15

After Coventry and Heathrow, Cargo rise at Doncaster Sheffield Airport is reported Doncaster Sheffield is an international airport located at Finningley, in the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster within South Yorkshire, England. In the beginning, the airport was controlled by the Peel Group. But now Doncaster Sheffield Airport has a licence of CAA Public Use Aerodrome that permits the carriers for the public carrying of passengers. Doncaster Sheffield Airport […]

Gatwick Demands a Runway to Compete Heathrow

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Air Freight
Posted on 31 Aug 15

Give us a runway and we will compete on cargo with Heathrow, says angry Gatwick Gatwick airport, London gave a serious reply on the future of the aviation department of the UK to the Airports Commission report which issued last month. In this report, it claimed that the passenger and cargo scheme of its site, […]

EU Carriers Continue to Struggle

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Air and Sea Cargo
Posted on 27 Aug 15

Cargo carriers in the European Union are still struggling to strive with declining market shares and pricing controls In the European Union, only four airline groups, including Air France-KLM, Cargolux, IAG, and Lufthansa that almost carry 90 percent of the cargo flown by EU established carriers. Historically, these four airlines have been the most successful […]

No Bill of Lading! No Cargo Claims

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Door to Door Cargo
Posted on 24 Aug 15

Cargo owner has no right to claim for conversion where a shipper squared cargo into storage due to cargo owner’s failure to present a bill of lading The shipment of iron ore from Iran to china by the Defendant Shipper was a matter of dispute. The bill of lading had been released to order with […]

UPS will Purchase Coyote in $1.8 Billion

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Cargo parcel and freight
Posted on 19 Aug 15

UPS offers $1.8 billion to Coyote Logistics for purchase to minimize the increased cargo crisis and to advance freight performance The deal between United Parcel Service, Inc. And Coyote Logistics could help to create large revenue and in savings of as much as $150 million. UPS increases the business by attaching customers and as well […]

Air Cargo Sector! New Cargo King Between Trans-Pacific

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Air Cargo
Posted on 15 Aug 15

In spite of the increasing popularity of rail services that link Asia and Europe, air cargo services are secure and rapid source of carrying freight from continent to continent Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways’ general manager for cargo sales and marketing, Mark Sutch believes, softer demand between Transpacific and Asia, Europe is merged with a […]

World Air Cargo Profits on a Fall

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Air Cargo
Posted on 12 Aug 15

Year by year decrease in air cargo revenue rate falling down, but perishable and pharmaceuticals are still backbone to rise in revenue Air cargo revenue is decreased globally up to 9% in the first six months of 2015. This is a prominent falling into the revenue than the previous year. According to the recent report […]

Gwadar Port Holds Key to Success for Pakistan

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Cargo to Pakistan
Posted on 6 Aug 15

The Pakistan Economy Watch has called for increased focus on the development of Gwadar Port and said Gwadar is a key to success for Pakistan The Pakistan Economic Watch has urged to accelerate the development process of Gwadar port and said that the maritime commerce is the future of the world. However, Pakistan’s more than […]

After TNT in Europe, Martinair is not for sale!

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Cargo
Posted on 3 Aug 15

AF-KLM Cargo boss and court rejects pilots’ status claim and confirmed that Martinair is not for sale like TNT couriers FedEx has bought TNT and become Europe’s second largest cargo handler after UPS. the rumours about the sale of Martinair to AF-0KLM were up since last few weeks and employees of the airline were on […]

Calais Strike Costs UK Cargo Sector £0.75 Million a Day

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Cargo Strike UK
Posted on 29 Jul 15

Anger in the UK cargo sector as strikes in Calais left the motorways closed and ports halted in the area After hitting the hundreds of illegal migrants UK ports in the last couple of weeks, Calais is on strike, where ferry workers and protesting farmers have closed the motorways leading to the Calais port and […]

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