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Air-City, SEKO Logistics Launch Delivery Service into USA

Air-City, powered by SEKO, has launched a new international parcel delivery service into the United States after gaining approval from U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) to process Section 321, Type 86 (T86) ocean imports through SEKO Logistics’ Container Freight Station (CFS) in Long Beach, California. The approval enables Air-City and SEKO Logistics to offer marketplaces, merchants and direct-to-consumer brands fully-trackable, 20-22 day, door-to-door deliveries across the U.S. for the inbound ocean shipments from China, Asia and Australasia ... [+]

CCS-UK holds successful ONE Record trial for UK industry

While much of the air cargo world continues to focus on recovering from COVID-19, and the UK prepares for Brexit, London Heathrow Airport’s air cargo community has successfully completed its first trial of IATA’s ONE Record technologies, which aim to replace the legacy Cargo-Imp ... [+]

Unilode installs its digital ULD readers at all Menzies Aviation facilities

Unilode Aviation Solutions, the global leader in outsourced Unit Load Device (ULD) management and repair solutions, and Menzies Aviation, the global aviation logistics specialist, have agreed to install Unilode's Bluetooth® ULD readers at all Menzies facilities worldwide to increase ULD and cargo visibility in the ... [+]

Emirates SkyCargo marks 18 years of cargo flights to Shanghai

Emirates SkyCargo crossed a historic milestone on September 15 with its freighter flight touching down at Shanghai, which was the cargo carrier’s first scheduled cargo destination in the country and marked Emirates’ entry into the Chinese mainland. Since 2002, Emirates SkyCargo has built its reputation in ... [+]

Rickenbacker and Korean Air Partnership

In partnership with global airfreight forwarders and Korean Air Cargo, Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK) recently became the world’s only airport serving Korean Air Cargo’s new fleet of cargo-converted passenger aircraft. In these uncharted times, Korean Air Cargo has boldly initiated new nonstop cargo service between Seoul, ... [+]

WFS Invests in Johannesburg

WFS, the world’s largest cargo handler, expects to handle some 23,000 tonnes per annum for the two airlines, which have both signed three-year handling agreements commencing September 1. In its latest investment in South Africa, WFS has acquired the lease on a further 3,600 ... [+]

Global Air Cargo Shows Improvement for 4th Consecutive Month in August

The gradual route to recovery to pre-COVID market conditions continued for the global air cargo industry in August for a fourth-consecutive month, according to fresh volume and yield data from two of the industry’s leading analysts, CLIVE Data Services and TAC Index.  Year-on-year growth for the full four ... [+]

More Success for WFS in Madrid with AirBridgeCargo, Air China

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has won two major contracts to handle AirBridgeCargo Airlines’ (ABC) and Air China Cargo’s new freighter operations at Madrid Airport. AirBridgeCargo has appointed WFS to provide ramp handling for its three Boeing 747F flights a week to Madrid, while Air China Cargo ... [+]

SAL now runs customs security areas at main airports

Saudi Arabian Logistics (SAL), a member of the Saudi Arabian Airlines Corporation, has officially begun running the operations of customs security areas across most Kingdom’s airports, as part of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed previously by the Saudi Customs and the National Industrial ... [+]

Cargo Helping to Keep the Koru Moving

At Air New Zealand, cargo remains a critical component of its commercial structure so the recent extension of the International Air Freight Capacity scheme to the end of November came as welcome news to the team and customers alike. In terms of numbers, it equates ... [+]