Weight loadfactors a poor way of showing utilisation, Project Selfie confirms
Project Selfie: measuring capacity utilisation in the air cargo industry needs an overhaul; the current ...
Michael Gray, writing on the Clay Maitland blog, must have had something of a backlash following his piece on container weights and the MOL Comfort. Now the ship has finally sunk altogether, he examines the less controversial issue of cargo care, and why the containers caught fire.
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