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  • Ocean rates ex-Asia under pressure, while PSSs return to the transatlantic January 27, 2023
    Container freight rates from Asia are expected to come under renewed pressure in the usual soft-demand period following the Chinese New Year. However, with spot rates on the transpacific and Asia-North Europe tradelanes having already plummeted below break-even levels, ocean carriers will not hesitate to blank sailings with little or no notice – over and […]
    Mike Wackett
  • Analysis: Up to $1.5bn Freightos debut – let that sink in  January 27, 2023
    Walking around Smithfield Market in London before dinner last night, while enjoying the company of some gentlemen who make a living out of buying and selling businesses, one of my comrades had a good laugh when I made some basic remarks on Freightos (CRGO). I had said something along the lines that indeed, the freight […]
    Alessandro Pasetti
  • UK government considers its own liner consortia regulations January 27, 2023
    The UK government could set up its own Consortia Block Exemption Regulation (CBER) for shipping when it revokes all EU laws. Jacob Reees-Mogg, secretary for business, energy and industrial strategy, has proposed a Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill, which aims to scrap all existing EU law retained in the UK, including the CBER, […]
    Nick Savvides

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  • Cargo revenue slides for US carriers January 27, 2023
    Major U.S. passenger airlines recently reported declining fourth-quarter and full-year cargo revenue, including American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines.   Cargo operating revenues in Q4 2022 clocked in as follows:  American: $263 million, a 22% YoY decline;  Delta Air Lines: $248 million, an 18% YoY decline;  Southwest: $43 million, an 8.5% YoY […]
    Andrew Crider
  • 6 tips to make tech click: Airfreight stakeholders divulge successful digital transformation secrets January 27, 2023
    As logistics and airfreight stakeholders digitalize their processes and incorporate more technology and innovation into their workflows, finding the right solutions and ensuring proper implementation and execution are proving vital to success. Recent failures in technology, like the Federal Aviation Administration's Notice to Air Missions system outage in early January, have highlighted the importance of […]
    Ashley Mowreader
  • Allcargo invests in cloud supply chain platform Stord January 27, 2023
    Logistics provider Allcargo Group is investing in Stord, a U.S.-based cloud supply chain platform amid a burgeoning market for the technology following the COVID-19 pandemic.  Along with venture capital firm, which specializes in supply chain technology, India-based Allcargo this month made its maiden investment on the digital platform that allows companies to scale and […]
    Ivan De Luce

RSS Global Logistics

  • Shipment Consolidation for a Greener Supply Chain January 15, 2023
    The global supply chain exerts a huge impact on the climate worldwide. But the growing focus on finding global solutions presents a timely opportunity for companies to reduce their own carbon footprint.
  • Are We There Yet? Realistic ETAs for Goods on the Move January 15, 2023
    Transportation delays are one of the many potential disruptions supply chain managers face, and numerous factors play into them. Shippers often don’t know there’s a problem until after a shipment is late.
  • Five Formidable Transportation Challenges Facing Shippers January 1, 2023
    Supply chain disruption is gradually easing as demand weakens, offering shippers a chance to clear backlogs. But inland labor and equipment shortages – mainly trucks and drivers – are still causing gridlock at warehouses and store loading docks.

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RSS Aviation Week Network

  • 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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