Other News

Wisskirchen to operate Cologne Bonn Cargo Center

April 27, 2015 at 8:56 pm 0 comments

Beginning in July, Wisskirchen Handling Service will be the new operator of the Cologne Bonn Cargo Center at Cologne Bonn Airport. Wisskirchen will lease the cargo terminal and receive a 30-year concession for handling air cargo at the German hub. The approximately 40 airport employees who work in the terminalRead More

IAG opens two Ecuadorian pharma stations

IAG opens two Ecuadorian pharma stations

April 27, 2015 at 7:47 pm 0 comments

IAG Cargo expanded its cool-chain footprint by opening two new Constant Climate stations in Latin America, bringing the total number of gateways in the region to 15. IAG said the additional stations make the Latin American Constant Climate centers one of the largest regional networks for the transportation of timeRead More

Norbert Dentressangle introduces time-critical unit

April 27, 2015 at 7:04 pm 0 comments

Both the air and sea divisions of European logistics and freight forwarder Norbert Dentressangle have launched a range of time-critical services for urgent and specialist deliveries to companies in such sectors as oil and gas, automotive, manufacturing, fashion, and life sciences. The company has recruited time-critical expert, Stacy Rouillon, alongRead More

BP Zhuhai Chemical extends CEVA contract

BP Zhuhai Chemical extends CEVA contract

April 27, 2015 at 6:51 pm 0 comments

BP Zhuhai, a joint venture between BP and Zhuhai Port Co., Ltd., renewed its contract with CEVA Logistics to manage and operate BPZ’s warehouse facility. BP Zhuhai makes purified terephthalic acid, which is used to manufacture polyester coating and resins for use in various industrial products. CEVA has managed andRead More

EVA Air Cargo launches cold-chain service

EVA Air Cargo launches cold-chain service

April 24, 2015 at 7:52 pm 0 comments

EVA Air Cargo launched its EVA Pharmacare Service this month in collaboration with Environtainer, a company that manufactures and leases active, temperature-controlled containers for air transportation, following up with service and support. EVA will provide services focusing on high-value goods, including biologicals, pharmaceuticals, vaccines, healthcare products, high-end foods and high-techRead More

Singapore Changi reduces airport usage fees

April 24, 2015 at 7:47 pm 0 comments

A 50 percent landing fee rebate that was put in place a year ago, has been extended at Singapore Changi International Airport and now expires March 31, 2017. A 5 percent decrease also applies to large aircraft weighing over 360 tonnes, which includes A380 aircraft and some 747 types. Changi’sRead More

LAN Cargo provides storm aid to Chile

LAN Cargo provides storm aid to Chile

April 24, 2015 at 7:44 pm 0 comments

LAN Cargo transported more than 121 tons of humanitarian aid to northern Chile after an unusually strong frontal system hit the area in late March, causing floods and landslides, turning the lives of hundreds of people upside-down. The carrier immediately activated its “Solidarity Plane,” an aircraft with space reserved underRead More

IAG opens two Ecuadorian pharma stations

IAG opens two Ecuadorian pharma stations

April 27, 2015

IAG Cargo expanded its cool-chain footprint by opening two new Constant Climate stations in Latin America, bringing the total number of gateways in the region to 15. IAG said the additional stations make the Latin American Constant Climate centers one of the largest regional networks for the transportation of timeRead More

Wisskirchen to operate Cologne Bonn Cargo Center

April 27, 2015

Beginning in July, Wisskirchen Handling Service will be the new operator of the Cologne Bonn Cargo Center at Cologne Bonn Airport. Wisskirchen will lease the cargo terminal and receive a 30-year concession for handling air cargo at the German hub. The approximately 40 airport employees who work in the terminalRead More

IAG opens two Ecuadorian pharma stations

IAG opens two Ecuadorian pharma stations

April 27, 2015

IAG Cargo expanded its cool-chain footprint by opening two new Constant Climate stations in Latin America, bringing the total number of gateways in the region to 15. IAG said the additional stations make the Latin American Constant Climate centers one of the largest regional networks for the transportation of timeRead More