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  • Lufthansa set to buy 41% of ITA – for now May 26, 2023
    It’s on. Lufthansa will buy 41% – initially – of Italy’s ITA Airways, for €325m, giving it stakes in or ownership of airlines in five countries. The long negotiations, which saw Italian shipping line MSC pull out of a partnership with Lufthansa, have seen the Germans agree on options to enable Lufthansa to buy the […]
    Alex Lennane
  • Peak season hopes dashed as freight rates slip again May 26, 2023
    The prospect of a traditional peak season is slipping away with each week that passes and ocean carriers are as yet unable to see any significant uptick in export orders from China. Maersk said this week that demand remained “stable” but said it had “not seen any drastic surge”. Another carrier contact told The Loadstar […]
    Mike Wackett
  • Retailers outsource ecommerce fulfilment in structural shift May 26, 2023
    Increasingly, e-commerce providers and online merchants are turning to logistics firms to manage their fulfilment. James Gagne, CEO of Seko Logistics, has seen a “really serious uptick” in a trend that shows companies abandoning their efforts to manage the fulfilment component of their supply chain in-house. They are looking for help to make their inventory […]
    Alex Lennane

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  • Consultant’s Insight: Reshaping globalization through nearshoring May 26, 2023
    Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, India and Mexico are some of the gainers as the growth of nearshoring leads to reduced dependence on China.   However, SEKO Logistics Chief Executive James Gagne pointed out in a recent company update that “what we’re witnessing is not a collapse of globalization but more of a proper reshaping of it.”  […]
    Cathy Roberson
  • Cainiao trials IATA’s ONE Record system successfully May 26, 2023
    Alibaba Group Holding subsidiary Cainiao Smart Logistics announced its successful trial of IATA’s digital e-freight system ONE Record this week.  The Hangzhou, China-based company said it used the technology during its Hangzhou International Airport (HGH)-to-Liege Airport (LGG) route, according to a press release by Cainiao.  The move comes at a time when ONE Record is […]
    Courtney Blackann
  • Dedrone expands counterdrone testing with FAA May 26, 2023
    Airspace security company Dedrone and the FAA are expanding their testing of counterdrone detection, tracking, identification and mitigation technologies to clarify regulations around their use at airports.  The FAA’s testing for the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Detection and Mitigation Program began in January 2022 and will end in September. Virginia-based Dedrone was part of the first […]
    Yael Katzwer

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  • Bombardier Global October 18, 2022
    Bombardier Global [email protected]… Tue, 10/18/2022 - 22:17 Bombardier’s Global series of long-range and large-cabin business jets encompasses three different types—the BD-700-1A10, -1A11 and -2A12—with those types marketed under a number of different commercial designations. The first in the series, the BD-700-1A10-based Global Express, was launched in December 1993 and is a clean-sheet design that made […]
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  • Beechcraft Denali October 18, 2022
    Beechcraft Denali [email protected]… Tue, 10/18/2022 - 21:30 The Beechcraft Denali is a single-engine turboprop airplane being developed by Wichita, Kansas-based Textron Aviation. Although the airframe manufacturer announced at the Experimental Aircraft Association’s (EAA) AirVenture in 2015 that it would “bring a clean-sheet, single-engine turboprop to market,” what was then known as the Cessna Denali was […]
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  • Dassault Falcon 6X October 16, 2022
    Dassault Falcon 6X [email protected]… Sun, 10/16/2022 - 21:17 The Falcon 6X is a twin-engine business jet being developed by French manufacturer Dassault Aviation. Announced on Feb. 28, 2018, the Falcon 6X is Dassault’s replacement for the Falcon 5X, following the December 2017 cancellation of the latter airframe because of issues and delays with its Safran […]
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