What’s in a number? For businesses, numbers can provide a fairly accurate picture of the health of a company. In our “Power 25” list of the top global airfreight forwarders, Air Cargo World uses numbers to track the rise and fall of the major players in the market. But numbersRead More
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Stability at the top For the top four forwarders on the Power 25 list, ranked by tonnage, there was seemingly little change. DHL’s Supply Chain and Global Forwarding divisions led the field, yet again, by a wide margin, with 2.11 million tonnes of air cargo shipped during 2015. However, theRead More
Dachser (No. 19) In its year-end report for 2015, Dachser Intelligent Logistics said its Air and Sea Logistics division generated revenue growth of 8 percent and contributed €1.6 billion to the company’s consolidated revenue. Bucking the general trend of 2015, most of Dachser’s growth came from investments in efficiency ratherRead More
APEX logistics Founded in 2003, privately-held, China-based APEX Logistics fell just short of making the Power 25 list this year – its 188,000 annual tonnes of airfreight places it at No. 26 on the list – but the young company plans to make a larger dent in the market in 2016.Read More
The Power 25 list was compiled with the help of Armstrong & Associates, Inc., a U.S.-based supply chain consulting firm, which ranked the top 25 largest forwarders based on their 2015 air tonnage. Revenue information and tonnage figures for 2015 are either reported by the companies or estimated by ArmstrongRead More
The larger you are, the harder it is to shove you aside. This basic fact of physics can be seen in The Power 25, Air Cargo World’s list of the top 25 largest freight forwarders in airfreight, based on tonnage last year. Many of the familiar brawny players – DHLRead More