The International Air Transportation Association (IATA) has evaluated the needs of the industry and developed and published the IATA Cargo Handling Manual (ICHM), which will help airlines and handlers to work together more effectively while promoting safety and efficiency in air cargo operations.
Finding and Fixing Gaps in the Cool Chain
Emirates Skycargo: From Zaragoza To Singapore
Standardized Service Level Agreements: Bringing Measurable Results to the Industry
Freshport Asia Delivers Expertise to Cool Cargo Shipments
TIFFA EDI Creates Simplified e-AWB Software Solution
DHL as a Lead Logistics Partner – Providing Consultancy with Operationalization
Blazing a Trail for e-AWB in Thailand – Trans Air Cargo Partners with WIN
DHL Links Five Asian Countries with Road Service
Industry Gains Efficiency and Time Savings Through BFS’ Innovations
Yusen Logistics: Bringing Expertise to e-Commerce
Saving the World, One e-Airway Bill at a Time
In Sickness and in Health
Built for Success
e-AWB: The Future is Here
Yusen Logistics recently announced their “Transform 2025” initiative. This new vision has many elements to it, but at the heart of it is a customer focused attitude.
It’s a debate that has stirred since the passenger and airfreight industries inception; the argument between utilizing belly hold space and dedicated freighters for air cargo …
Seeing things a bit differently, Turkish Cargo values operational efficiency and process improvements, ultimately for airlines that take cargo seriously, more focus needs to be directed towards customer needs and satisfaction …
A very important element of event management is the transportation of all the equipment and supplies to and from each location. And it becomes more challenging when cargoes come from the varying size and shape of the cargo required different processes and customs work…
To get a deeper perspective on the ever-growing demands on pharmaceuticals, we recently spoke with Mr. Chris Reichert, Operations Director at Freshport Asia, to discuss the challenges in handling pharmaceutical goods.
A popular delivery trend that has been gaining traction over recent years is that of Peer-To-Peer (P2P) deliveries. It has become known as the ‘Uber’ of the logistics industry for its similarity to the popular self-service taxi application.
In this issue of AFL, we had the opportunity to speak with Ms. Suwanna Sumritkij, Head of Airfreight DHL Global Forwarding (Thailand).
As the world’s taste for fine goods and luxury items continues to grow, the need for secure shipments becomes even more imperative. When the sum of the goods begin to enter the millions of dollars’ category, the stakes become much higher…