Cargo Facts launches redesigned website

Today, Cargo Facts releases its most significant website redesign and relaunch since the site initially launched into cyberspace in March 2010. We hope you love the new Cargo Facts website. When we first took Cargo Facts online, we did our best to maintain the feel and form of the monthly newsletter readers like you had […]

Exclusive report on Precision’s latest conversion

Following an exclusive interview with Precision Aircraft Solutions VP Sales and Marketing Brian McCarthy, Cargo Facts can reveal Precision’s latest move in the narrowbody freighter conversion market. “All those other conversion houses are so boring. All they can think of is the same old same old. Tiny incremental steps. But not us. We at Precision […]

Carriers in the Maghreb continue to add freighters

Earlier this year, on 21 June, Boeing and Casablanca-headquartered Royal Air Maroc (RAM) announced an order to convert a passenger 767-300 from the Moroccan carrier’s fleet, to freighter configuration. According to multiple flight and fleet-tracking databases, it appears that one of Royal Air Maroc’s 767-300s (30008) has been taken out of scheduled passenger service, and […]

This week’s freighter aircraft transactions [VIDEO]

Every week in Cargo Facts Update, we include a list of recent freighter aircraft transactions, and then a comprehensive summary in the monthly issue of Cargo Facts. Each reference to a freighter aircraft transaction (FAT) in our publications contains a unique FAT code linked to the FAT database on the CargoFacts.com website. This database is available to […]

Surging international trade carries UPS in 3Q17

After a strong finish in the second-quarter of 2017, UPS reported weaker financial results in quarter three, in part because of the natural disasters which impacted Domestic Operations. The impact was minimized by higher average daily package volumes, and solid results from the company’s International Package Segment, which saw average daily package volumes jump 11.3% […]

K+N, JD.com launch import quality-control system

China’s largest e-commerce company by revenue, Beijing-based JD.com, is stepping-up its efforts to combat counterfeiting by testing a quality control check system, managed by Switzerland-based forwarder Kuehne + Nagel, that adds item-level visibility to JD’s import supply chain. The two companies have already implemented the ‘Transfer Center’ approach at a brand manufacturer’s warehouse in Japan, […]
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