Shopify, UPS cut deal to lower rates for online retailers

Christmas is coming early for smaller retailers looking to boost online sales. A UPS-Shopify rate deal puts smaller retailers one step closer to competing with Amazon.com’s extensive logistics advantage, by offering lower rates usually reserved for larger customers. Shopify now features a UPS-hosted dashboard on its platform. Henceforth, the hundreds of thousands of small U.S.-based […]
  • Lewis King
  • November 17, 2017

LATAM ends streak of 19 consecutive quarterly revenue losses with Q3 spike

The good news is finally in for LATAM Cargo, which overturned a spate of poor quarterly performance to post cargo revenues up 2.5 percent to US$272.2 million for the third quarter – the first year-on-year quarterly increase since Q2 2013. Cargo traffic, measured in revenue tonne kilometers (RTKs), grew 3.5 percent over the quarter. The […]
  • Lewis King
  • November 16, 2017

Etihad Cargo launches third U.S. all-cargo route to Miami

Miami International Airport (MIA) now has two all-cargo routes to the Middle East, following the launch of weekly 777-200F service via Etihad Cargo. The new scheduled freighter flights make a stop in Columbus, Ohio, before continuing to Miami, Amsterdam and Abu Dhabi. The route launch makes MIA Etihad Cargo’s third U.S. cargo route and its […]
  • Lewis King
  • November 16, 2017

Hactl’s November results reveal healthy market, even as growth rates slow down

Despite slowing year-over-year growth rates in monthly annual comparisons, demand for airfreight still appears to be extremely strong – at least it is at the world’s largest cargo hub. Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl) reported that it had broken three records during the first week of November, indicating the industry’s position in the […]
  • Charles Kauffman
  • November 15, 2017

BIFA shares Parliament’s concerns over U.K.’s post-Brexit customs plan

Aftrer the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee published a report critical of the government’s plans for customs procedures upon completion of the U.K.’s separation from the European Union, the British International Freight Association (BIFA) released a statement saying it agree with the report, adding that more needs to be done to address the uncertainty […]
  • Randy Woods
  • November 14, 2017

DHL expands Hong Kong hub as China market heats up

With last week’s 11/11 e-commerce holiday just the latest in a series of broken records for e-commerce volumes, companies are re-evaluating the scope of China’s market and positioning themselves for continued growth. Case in point: DHL Express announced a €335 million expansion of its Central Asia Hub (CAH) in Hong Kong, as the express shipper […]
  • Lewis King
  • November 14, 2017

More dismal numbers from LATAM Cargo as RTKs slide

If there’s a “Latin America turnaround” happening, it sure didn’t manifest itself in LATAM Cargo’s books in the month of October, as the struggling cargo operator’s revenue tonne kilometers (RTKs) fell 2.9 percent, dragging the year-to-date total down to 1.5 percent. LATAM Cargo is also cutting capacity, with year-over-year available tonne kilometers down 3.9 percent […]
  • Lewis King
  • November 13, 2017

DHL to break ground on ‘8-figure’ freight facility near Hanover Airport

European road-freight service provider DHL Freight is making “an eight-figure investment” in a new 7,800-square-meter freight hub at the Hanover Airport Business Park in Langenhagen, Germany. DHL Freight expects its investment to translate into improvements in LTL (less-than-truckload) and FTL (full-truck-load) transport. Groundbreaking is scheduled for the beginning of 2018. The investment is part of […]
  • Lewis King
  • November 13, 2017

CargoLogicAir’s scheduled route pays off with oil and gas industry

Since launching its first scheduled route in August, CargoLogicAir (CLA) has already carried more than 2,000 tonnes of cargo on the twice-weekly U.K.-to-Mexico service. The British all-cargo airline attributed the route’s success to demand from the oil and gas industry for space aboard the 747-400 freighter between the United States and Middle East. The freighter […]
  • Caryn Livingston
  • November 10, 2017

Turkish Cargo racks up another bumper third quarter

Turkish Airlines Cargo has posted yet another round of impressive gains, growing cargo revenues by 38.3 percent, year-over-year, to US$343 million for the third-quarter. With three months to go, Turkish Cargo is already 27 percent ahead of last year’s totals in terms of cargo tonnage carried, at 810,000 tonnes. Over the first nine months, Turkish’s […]
  • Lewis King
  • November 10, 2017

Bolloré’s locker system beats brick-and-mortar Xbox One X deliveries

Bluedistrib, a subsidiary of Bolloré Logistics that operates a network of lockers across France, delivered the first Xbox One X video game system order placed via e-tailer Cdiscount’s website at midnight, allowing hardcore gamers to plug their consoles in eight hours before stores opened up in the country. As e-commerce garners a growing share of […]
  • Lewis King
  • November 9, 2017

Virgin Australia daily Melbourne-Hong Kong route meets demand for cargo capacity

Virgin Australia will launch a daily Melbourne-to-Hong Kong service on Nov. 12 that the carrier says will accommodate growing demand for cargo capacity between Australia and China, driven by a combination of the peak season for perishables season, the growth of e-commerce and rising express freight business from Hong Kong. Virgin Atlantic’s regional sales manager, […]
  • Lewis King
  • November 9, 2017

SIA Cargo’s reintegration pays off as cargo revenues surge in first half

SIA Cargo’s reintegration into parent company Singapore Airlines seems to have reversed the steep losses at the Singaporean cargo carrier. Just-posted half-year operating profits of US$23 million represent a $56.5 million, year-over-year, increase. Total cargo revenues for the first half of FY 2017-18 were also up $90 million on higher freight carriage (up by 6.1 […]
  • Lewis King
  • November 8, 2017

Dachser USA moves, expands Dallas-area office

Dachser USA Air and Sea Logistics is relocating its Dallas office that opened in October 2011 after outgrowing its current space. The new space is still located near Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, and will be led by Erion Hormoviti, who was appointed as the general manager for the South Central region of Dachser USA. Dachser’s […]
  • Caryn Livingston
  • November 8, 2017
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