Industry puzzles over IAG Cargo's late move to drive eAWBs
IAG Cargo has announced that it will charge customers still using paper air waybills (AWBs) ...
London-based International Airlines Group (IAG) stated on 24 June that the vote to leave the European Union would “not have a long-term material impact” on its business.
Its swift reaction to Brexit was rather surprising, if not a little shocking, given that most economists have predicted an extended period of pain and financial analysts promptly slashed their price targets due to a greater degree of uncertainty for any UK-based businesses.
Several downgrades from the sell-side were inevitable because IAG also added, in the aftermath ...
Expeditors sues long-term client for unpaid $20m in row over invoices
More bad news for carriers hoping rates decline has bottomed-out
Rivals set out to woo UPS customers as fears of a strike grow
Rate erosion may be easing, but rock-bottom prices are 'not good for anybody'
Drop 'DB' and 'DP'. Call it 'DHL Schenker'. Sounds cool, huh?
2M axes Asia-North Europe loop, as carriers shop for more tonnage
Taiwan carriers pay record staff bonuses after year of bumper profits
Airfreight rate relief for shippers, or are things going to 'turn nasty'?
Shippers put more pressure on ocean carriers for carbon-free services
Atlas Air merger with Apollo group finally set to close on Friday
Dachser's M&A in air and ocean freight – how serious is that?
Billund sees launch of Maersk Air China link – 'a start-up on steroids'
Comment on this article