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CEVA launches Orion Mobility in Brazil

CEVA launches Orion Mobility in Brazil

September 2, 2015 at 9:39 pm 0 comments

CEVA Logistics launched Orion Mobility, an application that is part of Orion TMS (Transportation Management System), to improve its services in the Brazilian ground transport market. By using TMS, CEVA said it can improve the visibility of road trips and provide real-time data to its customers, partners and monitoring team.Read More

Rise of the machines

Rise of the machines

September 2, 2015 at 7:38 pm 0 comments

 As it flew through the air, the buzzing drone looked more like a gigantic insect, hang­ing in the summer breeze, than the future of airfreight. It made a beeline for its appointed destination, and then suddenly halted, hovering over a designated spot. A tether slowly extended, lowering the craft’s vitalRead More

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Jettainer upcycles old cargo ULDs

September 1, 2015 at 10:07 pm 0 comments

Jettainer and a German company called Airbar have brought repurposing to the cargo world. On-board trolleys, which were used for catering and have traveled the world, are being upcycled into furniture by AirBar, a northern Germany manufacturer. The Jettainer limited edition uses panels from used ULDs. In order to transformRead More

EMO Trans expands to Hong-Kong

September 1, 2015 at 10:02 pm 0 comments

Logistics company EMO Trans, Inc., has opened a new full-service office in Hong Kong. From there, the company will offer a full range of 3PL operations, warehousing, air and ocean, and door-to-door logistics. The office is headed up by managing director Dinny Leung and a staff of eight logistics professionals.Read More

Cargojet, UPS agree on long-term contract

Cargojet, UPS agree on long-term contract

September 1, 2015 at 9:29 pm 0 comments

Canadian cargo-only carrier Cargojet has entered into a long-term air cargo services agreement with UPS Canada to carry domestic overnight freight on behalf of the express company. The agreement replaces an earlier 2003 contract. The initial term of the agreement is for a 10-year period with two renewal options, lastingRead More

The world’s top 50 cargo carriers

The world’s top 50 cargo carriers

August 31, 2015 at 10:51 pm 0 comments

The data are in. The cargo divisions have spoken. As expected, there was little drama over which carriers would top this year’s Freight 50 list of top global air cargo carriers. For the second straight year, Dubai-based Emirates reigned as the champions of scheduled interna­tional airfreight tonnage, with 2.29 mil­lionRead More

White paper shines light on Tianjin’s logistical aftermath

White paper shines light on Tianjin’s logistical aftermath

August 31, 2015 at 9:35 pm 0 comments

It’s going to take a long time before the damage caused by the Aug. 12 explosion at the Port of Tianjin, China, can be fully understood, much less cleaned up, according to a white paper produced by Resilinc, a Silicon Valley-based supply-chain intelligence company. The Resilinc report says not toRead More

Cargojet, UPS agree on long-term contract

Cargojet, UPS agree on long-term contract

September 1, 2015

Canadian cargo-only carrier Cargojet has entered into a long-term air cargo services agreement with UPS Canada to carry domestic overnight freight on behalf of the express company. The agreement replaces an earlier 2003 contract. The initial term of the agreement is for a 10-year period with two renewal options, lastingRead More

Soft Chinese market slows down Schiphol

Soft Chinese market slows down Schiphol

August 28, 2015

With the Chinese market floundering of late, the overall cargo tonnage that passed through Amsterdam Schiphol dipped in the first half of 2015, compared to the same time in 2014, although there were some bright spots from elsewhere around the world. The airport handled 784,567 tonnes of cargo in theRead More

Rise of the machines

Rise of the machines

September 2, 2015

 As it flew through the air, the buzzing drone looked more like a gigantic insect, hang­ing in the summer breeze, than the future of airfreight. It made a beeline for its appointed destination, and then suddenly halted, hovering over a designated spot. A tether slowly extended, lowering the craft’s vitalRead More