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.

Mercury Air Cargo combats LAX congestion with digitalization 

Mercury Air Cargo began implementing cargo communication and payment platform CargoSprint’s SprintPass at its Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) facilities at the beginning of this month. The move is intended to decrease waiting times for freight forwarders picking up import shipments and support the flow of cargo through facilities as LAX faces continued congestion issues.  In this episode […]

AAPA: Asian carriers practicing prudence amid September 6.5% fall in FTKs 

The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) released preliminary traffic figures indicating a 6.5% year-on-year decline in air cargo demand as measured in freight tonne kilometers for September. According to the AAPA, the decline reflects stagnant international trade activity on the back of continued weakness in external demand.   The average international freight load factor for the month […]

DHL study finds Latin America e-commerce primed for takeoff 

DHL and the Panama Ministry of Commerce released a new report highlighting the massive growth potential of Latin America’s e-commerce market last week during a press event in Panama.   DHL’s white paper, titled, “E-commerce in Latin America and the role of Panama as an e-commerce hub for the region,” specifically focuses on trends shaping online retail […]

Doha airport second-phase expansion plans reveal massive new cargo terminal 

Hamad International Airport (DOH) unveiled the second phase of its airport expansion project on Tuesday. While most of the project focuses on building up the airport’s passenger operations, the second phase announcement also outlined plans to construct a new cargo terminal and supporting infrastructure, including a flight diversion area.  DOH’s new cargo terminal will comprise of three […]

DHL Resilience360, TAPA team up to reduce cargo crime 

Deutsche Post DHL Group’s tech subsidiary DHL Resilience360 and the Transport Asset Protection Association (TAPA) have entered a partnership with the aim reducing cargo crime. The partnership will target increased supply chain visibility and security in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region for Resilience360 customers and TAPA members.   Under the partnership, both DHL Resilience360 and TAPA […]

E-commerce drives Tigers’ plans for multi-million-euro Rotterdam mega hub 

Tigers UK and Europe, a subsidiary of Hong Kong-based logistics company Tigers Logistics, announced its plans to build a mega hub facility in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The move is intended to support anticipated growth in both e-commerce and global customer demand.  The multi-million-euro mega hub will replace Tigers’ existing Rotterdam facility and will be more […]

WFS attains GDP certification for Johannesburg, Capetown pharma facilities 

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has attained Good Distribution Practice (GDP) certifications for its temperature-controlled pharma facilities at Johannesburg (JNB) and Cape Town (CPT) airports. According to WFS, it is the first air cargo ground handling company in South Africa to be awarded the certification.  WFS’ decision to invest and pursue certification of its pharma handling […]

Chapman Freeborn, AIA Cargo launch partnership in Ireland ahead of Brexit 

U.K.-headquartered charter broker Chapman Freeborn and cargo services provider and GSA Airbridge International Agencies (AIA) Cargo jointly launched a strategic cooperation in Ireland today. The partnership is intended to extend both companies’ services in Ireland ahead of looming concerns that unresolved Brexit negotiations may impact regional supply chains.  Under the new agreement, Chapman Freeborn now becomes the exclusive partner for all […]

ASL Airlines Belgium, Jettainer ink ULD handling agreement 

ASL Aviation Holdings Group subsidiary ASL Airlines Belgium and Jettainer inked a new unit load device (ULD) deal, the companies announced today. Under the agreement, Jettainer will manage global control and maintenance of the carrier’s ULD fleet over a period of five years, effective immediately.  This will entail the ground handler management of ASL Airlines Belgium’s fleet of approximately 1,500 ULDs utilized across […]

Downward trends for Delta, LATAM traffic continue into September 

In the Americas, both Chile-based LATAM Cargo and Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines reported year-over-year declines for the month of September.   Declines in these carriers’ traffic for the month suggest a continued impact of weak trade stemming from global political economic conditions on these carriers’ cargo business. LATAM’s overall y-o-y cargo volumes continue the downward trend for the […]

DHL makes major investment in Pennsylvania facility relocation for future growth 

DHL has invested $2.85 million in the relocation of its Pennsylvania service center from Canonsburg to Pittsburgh. The new location is intended to support anticipated growth in international trade and local manufacturing, technology, healthcare, e-commerce and education industries.  DHL’s new facility is located near the center of Pittsburgh and comprises 30,000 square feet of warehouse and […]

Brussels launches new perishables management app on BRUCloud 

 Brussels Airport’s (BRU) cargo division advanced its digital and perishable capabilities today with the pilot launch of a digital “Perishable Management App” on its open data sharing BRUCloud platform.    The new Perishable Management application is intended to simplify work for the Belgian Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain (FASFC) and forwarders by offering a […]
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