Expeditors flies high in 3Q17

For what seemed like forever, US-based forwarder Expeditors reliably produced financial and operating results that were the envy of the industry. In fact, it is not much of a stretch to say that Expeditors’ margins would be the enviable in just about any industry. But last year, a bit of the shine came off. Despite […]

How much air freight did YOU generate?

Over the past week, we have published a three-part analysis of the world’s top fifty cargo airports. This is either Part IV, or something completely different, take your pick. In the previous posts we have examined the international, domestic, and total freight handled by the fifty busiest cargo airports in 2016. We are not alone […]

Demand for 767 conversions stays strong

When Amazon announced its agreements with Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) and Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings for a forty-unit 767 freighter fleet, demand for 767 feedstock and conversion slots quickly ramped up. But this demand was accompanied by the question of “after Amazon, then what?” Once ATSG and Atlas had fulfilled their obligation to Amazon, […]
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