There was a time when air cargo pricing for both airlines and forwarders in the United States was tightly regulated by a now-defunct federal agency called the Civil Aeronautics Board, or CAB. All rates, charges and rules offered by a freight forwarder required publishing in tariffs or public documents, which were filed with and approved […]
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Brandon Fried was appointed to serve as the Executive Director of the Airforwarders Association in November 2005. Brandon has more than 38 years of experience in the air freight industry. He started his career as a sales representative in Los Angeles. He then moved to Washington, D.C. where he began, owned and operated the Washington office of a global freight forwarder specializing in time definite air cargo transportation. He also writes a monthly column, the Forwarder's Forum for Air Cargo World Magazine.