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Could 2019 be the year of the blockchain in logistics?

Blockchain was the clear winner when more than 750 transport industry professionals were asked to identify what what they thought would be the major trends

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Happy Anniversary, Team EWR!

Sending anniversary wishes to our office in Newark.  Thanks for being a part of the Team!

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No bellyache for freighters, the backbone of air cargo

Freighter aircraft will continue to play an important role in air cargo supply chains, despite the growth in big bellied passenger aircraft fleets, and will

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Microsoft Works on Blockchain for Air Cargo Industry

Cargo Community Network, a Singapore-based logistics company, and Microsoft have teamed together to launch a blockchain ledger for the air cargo industry.

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‘Data is the new oil of the air cargo industry’, we must share it or get left behind

To provide integrated solutions to customers, the air cargo industry must become more collaborative and “stop passing the buck”.

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Air France KLM Cargo Become First Airline Group to Adopt DG AutoCheck

Air France KLM Cargo (AFKL Cargo) has become the first airline group to adopt the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) newly developed Dangerous Goods AutoCheck

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Happy Anniversary, Team PHX!

Happy Team anniversary to our office in Phoenix.  We appreciate all your hard work and send wishes for this next year to be the best

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IATA WCS 2019: Three priorities for air cargo

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on governments and the air cargo industry to focus on modernisation, global standards and open borders.

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IATA hopes to make paying for cargo easier

PayCargo and IATA have established the IATA-PayCargo System to offer the air cargo industry “an advanced and efficient payment and settlement system.”

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Columbus Rickenbacker continues international air cargo push

Most people who travel through major U.S. passenger airports are used to seeing freighter aircraft from FedEx, UPS, DHL and other cargo carriers along the

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