Opportunities for diverse cargo keep knocking at National
It has been a busy period for charter and on-demand cargo lately at US-based National ...
There has been much hand-wringing at ISTAT this week apparently. The outlook for widebody freighters was, at best, pessimistic, with Steve Rimmer, CEO of lessor Guggenheim Aviation Partners, saying that large freighters would become the preserve of top-tier operators alone. The future of freighter conversions also looks set to continue its bumpy ride, according to the speakers. But that has not put off the enthusiastic Cliff Duke, head of LCF Conversions, which has a low cost freighter conversion concept he is desperate to try out.
Container shipping can see ‘green shoots’ of freight demand recovery
B: China, Brazil strike deal to ditch dollar for trade
Supply chains 'finally beginning to stabilise', says Maersk
Maersk 'on a journey' as it snaps up frozen foods logistics specialist
ONE becomes joint-owner of Seaspan Corp in $11bn takeover
DB Schenker sale – storm clouds gathering
Shippers reject carriers' opposition to ending anti-trust rules
AirBridgeCargo to relaunch with Russian aircraft, amid legal wrangles
Winning the race to 2026: Kuehne vs DSV vs DHL Global Forwarding
Marshall Islands in urgent talks with carriers after cargo is stranded by ban
Yang Ming says shippers taking time to commit to contracts as rates fall
Comment on this article