Demand For Air Cargo Capacity from Asia to North America Continues to Grow

November 6, 2017

The outlook for air cargo remains strong in the Pacific Rim, with several months of double-digit growth in 2017. The current IATA forecast of 7.5% growth in air cargo demand for the balance of 2017 appears to have significant upside potential even if we are past the seasonal high. As a result the need for more air cargo capacity is resulting in an increase in air freight prices.

It’s very likely that tonnage handled by airports 2016 will be surpassed in 2017.

Here is a glance of the top 10 airports in 2016.



constant contact
News Post
WWII: Why it had the greatest supply chain in history March 16, 2018

The ingenious logistical solution to these constraints was the construction of an artificial harbor on Omaha beach. The harbor, known as Mulberry A, included a floating pier, breakwaters, and three causeways. The harbor boasted a capacity of 5,000 tons per day. By the end of June 1944, the Allies had delivered 289,827 tons of supplies on Normandy beaches.

KWE Canada Current Local Fuel Surcharge is LTL 14.5% , FTL 34.5% and FTL Heavy 38.5% February 28, 2018

The truck Fuel Surcharge is updated weekly.

Air France fliers grounded as strike roils flight schedules February 22, 2018

Tens of thousands of Air France passengers faced disruptions Thursday as a labor strike snarled the carrier’s operations. Long-haul flights were hit hardest, with Air France canceling about half of those from its Paris schedule on Thursday. Flights to Atlanta, Detroit, New York and San Francisco were among hundreds of cancellations at the airline. More than 320 of Air France’s “mainline” flights had been grounded as of 9:45 a.m. ET,