Nina Chamlou

ANC looking to add temperature-controlled cargo transit facility

Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) is looking to add a climate-controlled storage facility to accommodate short-term, trans-Pacific transit cargo moving through ANC, according to an invitation for Expression of Interest (EOI) released by the airport. The facility would be located in close proximity to aircraft parking positions, where tugs can store and retrieve pallets quickly. […]

Tigers Logistics expands South African operations with winery client

Hong Kong-based logistics company Tigers is further expanding its South African foothold with a Franschoek-based client, Anthonij Rupert Wyne – handling the winery’s warehousing and logistics operations to address demand for South African wine, a major export of the country, in Germany and the United States. “One of the main benefits of working with Tigers […]

Silk Way adds twice-weekly route to Tianjin, China

Today, Silk Way West Airlines announced it would launch a twice-weekly freighter service from its global hub in Baku, Azerbijan (GYD) to Tianjin, China (TSN)– an industrial hub in northeastern China near Beijing. The route will run on Friday and Sunday, the carrier said, although the launch date has not yet been released. Silk Way […]

GEODIS to hold ‘hackathon’ in November

Logistics company GEODIS will host its first “hackathon” in which artificial intelligence (A.I.) experts, IT-professionals and data forecasting experts will compete in competitions that test their optimization skills – one challenge specific to warehouse optimization, the other to human and material resources. The company has said it intends to invest more in innovation and the […]

Thai Airways expands contract with WFS

Thai Airways has extended its cargo handling contract with Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) to now receive cargo security and trucking services between Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) in Paris to regional airports in surrounding areas. The new contract will cover cargo, mail and express handling at various airports throughout France, and provides for offline handling […]

B&H launches European road services, two new offices

United Kingdom-based aerospace logistics firm B&H Worldwide is expanding its European network with the launch of a pan-European road transport service that will underpin its airfreight services, as it prepares to open two new central European offices. The company said the new road services endeavor is a response to their client pool’s need for help […]

John McCormick Joins Royal Media to Manage Content Production

NEW YORK, NY — John McCormick, a seasoned content executive, has joined Royal Media, parent company of Air Cargo World, as Editorial Director. McCormick comes to Royal from SourceMedia, where he had the same title for 10 years. He was also a long-time senior editor at Ziff Davis. As Royal’s Editorial Director, a newly created position, […]

Delta Cargo launches Bluetooth-based ULD tracking services

Delta Cargo is extending its track-and-trace unit load device (ULD) services outside of the physical bounds of airports, enabling customers to now track their cargo from warehouse to final destination with Bluetooth technology. The extension of service will also mean that the need for paper-based processing at the dock door, where units are loaned out, […]

Peli BioThermal launches hubs in Basel, Berlin

Pelican Products’ subsidiary, Peli BioThermal, a Minnesota-based manufacturer of temperature-control packaging, has expanded its Western European presence of service centers, network stations and drop points, with the opening of two service centers: one in Basel, Switzerland, and one in Berlin. The company opened up similar facilities in Frankfurt in August, and Tokyo last spring. It […]

United Cargo approves CSAFE’s RAP containers

United Cargo has approved the use of CSafe’s RAP containers for its fleet – another addition to its growing list of approved containers, which already includes CSafe’s RKN container and unaffiliated temperature-controlled container company ThermoSafe. The CSafe RAP uses a compressor-driven cooling and heating system to maintain user-defined payload temperatures in the -30°C to +54°C […]
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