David Harris, Cargo Facts‘ senior editor, has been named the Air Cargo Journalist of the Year for 2016 by The Seahorse Club, the London-based club for logistics journalists. Harris won for his piece, “Invisible cargo connections,” a wonderfully entertaining article published last September on the pieces of disparate evidence thatRead More
Articles by: JJ Hornblass
Once again as the year draws to a close, our sister magazine, Air Cargo World, is soliciting input on who is worthy of the honor of being named its Air Cargo Executive of the Year. Last year, Swiss World Cargo’s Oliver Evans won the honors.
With Cargo Facts Asia fast approaching, 30 companies have registered in the last two weeks, including some of the top airfreight companies in the world. The latest companies that have reserved spots at Cargo Facts Asia, which will take place 21-22 April in Hong Kong, are: Air Hongkong AirBridge CargoRead More
HONG KONG — November 11 revealed more than just the profound growth in e-commerce in China. Singles Day in China on the 11th of November – a day of online shopping, not necessarily romance – spurred $9.3 billion of sales, and the truth is China’s express industry simply cannot keepRead More
HONG KONG — We are hearing that China Postal Airlines is finding increasing favor with Alibaba. Reportedly, more Alibaba shipments are coming through Hong Kong via China Postal, at the expense of SF Express. While we don’t have data to determine exactly why or to what extent China Postal is takingRead More
Air Cargo World, Cargo Facts‘s sister magazine, has announced that it would for the first time name the Air Cargo Executive of the Year in its upcoming Dec/Jan issue. Air Cargo World is taking nominations until Thursday, Oct. 23.
Many of the world’s top cargo carriers will be attending the 20th annual Cargo Facts Symposium next month. Among the carriers already signed up are: AirBridge, Atlas Air, Cargolux, Delta, DHL, Emirates, Etihad, FedEx, LATAM. Lufthansa, and UPS. That according to analysis of registrations released today. The Cargo Facts Symposium will takeRead More
LOS ANGELES — American Airlines has designated its cargo unit to lead its brand and operational integration with US Airways. “We expect to be on a single air waybill well before the FAA approves our Single Operating Certificate,” said Robert D. Isom Jr., COO of American Airlines, at the IATARead More