Air cargo news
Retailers are replenishing inventory ahead of what is expected to be a long holiday season, and one focused on e-commerce. U.S.
Air Cargo World is pleased to announce that Brian Bourke, chief growth officer at SEKO Logistics, will be speaking at Cargo Airport Growth Summit. Bourke will join a virtual roundtable titled, “Sniffing out trouble: Regulatory issues and security.” The session runs from 4:15 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Atlas Air and All Nippon Airways (ANA) signed a codeshare agreement under which ANA will resell cargo capacity on flights operated by Atlas. The initial planned route is set to commence Oct. 2, between Tokyo (NRT) and Chicago (ORD), according to a regulatory filing from Atlas.
The most important point for every airline is to ensure sales and promotion of its unique brand in every market. The brand is composed of company culture, quality standards, own special features leading to individual product portfolio.
In today’s competitive environment the producers very often need to solve emergency situations affecting their regular supply chain material flow. Together with our partners we locate and position a dedicated aircraft capacity according to the customer’s requirements.
Except for the top-notch airlines in their home gateways, majority of carriers are dependant on their cargo handling agents, GHA for short. GHAs are responsible for accepting, storing and manifesting shipments for airlines' flights.
Sometimes more airlines are needed to make sure a shipment travels to the desired destination. Such cooperation is called interline and we like interlines a lot!