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Samskip's global airfreight logistics service is available via both of Moscow's international airports and Pulkovo Airport, St Petersburg and covers import, export and domestic moves.
This acquisition provides Delmar with a new strategic position in both the domestic and international expedited airfreight business with the capability to provide same day and overnight domestic deliveries.
Alexandra Chagina on behalf of ACEX Alliance, which is, jointly with the Logistics committee of the CCI of Russia, a coordinator of the Airfreight TransLogistics Platform, invited the forum participants for the next ATLP meeting at the International aviation Forum in Abu Dhabi on September 25-28.
This report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global airfreight forwarding market for 2015-2019.
Lothar Moehle, director of air security standardization for Schenker AG's global airfreight division, said the forwarding company naturally has embraced rail, considering how Schenker is a subsidiary of German rail giant Deutsche Bahn.
In an initial phase of the project, KN FreightNet was successfully trialled by selected Kuehne + Nagel airfreight customers in Frankfurt, Germany and Chicago, USA.
The Airfreight Operations facility, will contain two fully equipped 7,500sqm chambers that will integrate with airfreight movements to and from the Al Maktoum International Airport.
Second Moon was launched in September 2013 from the Great North Museum: Hancock during the British Science Festival in Newcastle upon Tyne, on a year-long airfreight journey ending September 2014.
AIR21 is under the flagship of Airfreight 2100, Inc.
Muscat will be international gateway and main airfreight logistics hub for Oman, with air to air, sea to air and road to air links.
COUNTRIES sending airfreight to the UK will be "graded" according to risk, Transport Secretary Philip Hammond said last night.
German airport operator Fraport AG (XETRA:FRA) reported yesterday that Frankfurt Airport handled more passengers and airfreight and registered more MTOWs (maximum takeoff weights) in June 2010 than in any previous June.