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CEIV – Stakeholders must be honest about their limitations

CEIV – Stakeholders must be honest about their limitations

Carriers, Strategy March 14, 2017 at 9:46 am

IATA’s CEIV Pharma program has succeeded in making air freight a less risky proposition for pharma shippers, but, as delegates to the World Cargo Symposium (WCS) in Abu Dhabi learned yesterday, about 25% of vaccines still reach their destination in “degraded condition.” And Andrea Gruber, IATA’s Senior Manager Special CargoRead More

A long-distance blueberry

A long-distance blueberry

Capacity & Demand, Carriers, News December 28, 2015 at 10:33 am

After a holiday season spent over-eating, doesn’t the idea of replacing high-calorie desserts with some simple, healthful, fresh fruit sound good? Of course it does. But the real question isn’t whether you would like some fresh blueberries or cherries this evening, but how far are you willing to go toRead More

Cargo container news

Carriers, Premium Newswire, Strategy October 2, 2014 at 10:03 am

Plenty of news from the container side of the air freight business in recent weeks: CSafe expands production of RKN refrigeration units. Amid strong demand for temperature-controlled ULDs to ship pharmaceuticals and other perishable cargo, CSafe Global added a second production facility for its AcuTemp-brand RKN units. A new 38,000Read More

Cherry Season

Cherry Season

Photos+Videos July 8, 2014 at 10:53 am

It’s early summer and for the Pacific Northwest that means it’s the height of Cherry season, so no points for guessing what this China Cargo Airlines 777F is carrying as it departs SeaTac for Shanghai Pudong. As in previous summers, the export of Washington Cherries brings atypical visitors to SeattleRead More