Chelsea Toczauer

Chelsea Toczauer

News Editor

Chelsea Toczauer is the News Editor of the company’s daily news and monthly magazine Air Cargo World. She holds two BAs in International Relations and Asian Languages and Cultures from the University of Southern California, as well as a double accredited US-Chinese MA in International Studies from the Johns Hopkins University-Nanjing University joint degree program. Chelsea speaks Mandarin and Russian.

EgyptAir Cargo modernizes ops with cloud-based Descartes vMail tracking system 

EgyptAir Cargo, the cargo affiliate of EgyptAir, announced it will introduce Descartes Velocity Mail (vMail) to its operations as it looks to streamline and modernize mail shipment visibility across its international network.  With the deployment of the cloud-based software developed by Canada-based Descartes, the carrier seeks to enable its customers to track the end-to-end shipment of their mail seamlessly. When a shipment order has been placed, vMail will automatically […]

Varying regional approaches to drone development, adoption and regulations

As the saga of developing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs, or drones) to carry goods and shipments continues, some regions are emerging as forerunners in the development, adoption and regulation of drones. While drone development is still in its early stages, the disruptive technology presents stakeholders in air cargo an opportunity to fill gaps in supply […]

CEVA Logistics expands operations with new Sri Lanka office 

CEVA Logistics opened its new CEVA Sri Lanka office in Colombo, today. The new location contributes to CEVA Logistics’ broader expansion of its presence across Asia and is aimed at providing service to clients living in the island nation and the Maldives.  According to CEVA, its new office is located in a Free Trade Zone and will offer multi-modal […]

DSV 3Q revenue up following closing of Panalpina deal, even as airfreight slips volumes  

Danish forwarder DSV, which closed the acquisition of Panalpina on Aug. 19, 2019, reported airfreight tonnage up 63% year-over-year in Q3. Excluding the Panalpina acquisition, organic airfreight growth was down 6%. Even when accounting for the windfall in volumes from the Panalpina acquisition, the company’s Air & Sea forwarding division performed relatively well. Revenue reported […]

UPS appoints new President for China ops 

UPS has appointed Michelle Ho as its new President of UPS China, succeeding Harld Peters. Stepping into the new position, Ho is tasked with spearheading UPS’ small package and strategic planning operations in China.  Prior to her appointment, Ho served as President for the South Asia District of UPS Asia Pacific, where she focused on growing UPS’ […]

American Airlines Cargo begins iCargo platform rollout 

American Airlines Cargo is the latest carrier to adopt the iCargo platform, developed by IBS Software, as the carrier aims to modernize its business practices and improve customers’ cargo shipping experience.  American launched the first phase of the roll out for its new end-to-end iCargo management system at the beginning of this month, on Oct. 1. […]

UPS Airlines launches flights to Delhi with freighters, including 747F

UPS Airlines has commenced flight operations at Delhi Airport (DEL) to cater to growing express opportunities in Northern India, UPS told Air Cargo World.  The airport celebrated the first UPS-operated 747 flight to the airport earlier this week, in a Tweet.   Our distinction as the biggest Cargo Hub of the region just got stronger! @UPS global freight leader, have commenced their operations from […]

September airport volumes show few signs of peak season  

Leading airports have begun reporting preliminary cargo throughput figures for September 2019 that indicate overall market weakness, worldwide. While most airports saw continued declines in volumes, a few reported month-to-month improvements, but hardly what is hoped for at the traditional onset of peak season.    Airports located in all regions posted declines in volumes for September, with only a handful of airports including Guangzhou (CAN), […]

Lufthansa Group renews five-airline handling contract with Menzies Aviation at LHR 

Lufthansa Group has renewed its contract with Menzies Aviation, under which the ground handler will provide services to five airlines at London Heathrow Airport (LHR). Menzies said this group contract is its largest contract at LHR.  The agreement outlines Menzies Aviation will provide delivery of passenger and ramp services for Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, SWISS, Brussels […]

Hamburg Airport launches FAIR@Link air cargo platform

Today, Hamburg Airport (HAM) fully implemented Hamburg-based software company DAKOSY’s FAIR@Link digital platform across handling operations at its Hamburg Airport Cargo Center. The move advances digitalization efforts at the airport, while also reducing inefficiencies and streamlining air cargo operations.  FAIR@Link provides a digital platform where forwarders at HAM can book time slots for deliveries through an app. By booking slots […]

Delta Cargo, Roadie launch door-to-door parcel delivery 

Atlanta-based carrier Delta Airlines Cargo and delivery service Roadie have partnered to launch their new “DASH Door-to-Door” parcel delivery service. The service is intended to streamline the shipment process and cut down delivery time of parcels to customers. According to Delta, the service makes it the first U.S. passenger airline to offer door-to-door parcel delivery across the United […]

UPS enhances healthcare ops with US facility upgrades, EU GDP certification 

UPS made several major investments to its global healthcare-related operations and infrastructure, including upgrades to its healthcare-dedicated warehouse and distribution network in the United States and attainment of the EU Good Distribution Practice (GDP) certification for its healthcare-related ops in France and Germany. These enhancements are intended to support direct-to-customer shipping, storage, distribution and temperature controls […]

CFS 2019: ATSG expects strong e-commerce, domestic express demand in 2020

SAN DIEGO – On the sidelines of Cargo Facts Symposium 2019, Chelsea Toczauer, associate editor, Cargo Facts, sat down with Rich Corrado, president, ATSG to discuss growth prospects for the U.S. domestic express fleet, and his reflections on Cargo Facts Symposium 2019. Despite softening demand for international long-haul transportation, Corrado expects robust demand from domestic express and e-commerce to […]

Alaska Airlines’ cargo unit 3Q earnings up despite market volatility

Seattle-based Alaska Airlines reported growth for its cargo unit during the third quarter of 2019, despite weakening global trade sentiment seen over the course of 2019. Alaska Airlines attributed the growth to new capacity available through the Virgin America fleet, as well as strong demand in its continental U.S. network. Operating revenues for the carrier […]
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