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New refrigerant laws will impact LNG shipping costs Robert Chesters, managing director, Oceanic Technical Solutions.

New refrigerant laws will impact LNG shipping costs

The cost of refrigerant and regulatory compliance in the next five years will become as commercially important to LNG vessel operations as regulations governing sulphur emissions are today.

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Etihad Airways Cargo expands Oceania presence

Etihad Airways Cargo expands Oceania presence

The cargo arm of Etihad Airways has expanded its presence in Australia and New Zealand with the renewal of its contract with ACP to now also include Brisbane.
 
Emirates cargo VP says entire airline will move to DWC

Emirates cargo VP says entire airline will move to DWC

There is a plan to move the entire Emirates Airline to Al Maktoum International in Dubai South, Nabil Sultan, Emirates divisional senior vice president of cargo, confirmed at a recent media briefing.
 
Etihad joins CIPS in calling for procurement licenses

Etihad joins CIPS in calling for procurement licenses

Etihad Airways has joined the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) in stating its support for a voluntary licence approach in the procurement and supply profession.
 
Emirates SkyCargo launches SkyPharma centre at DXB

Emirates SkyCargo launches SkyPharma centre at DXB

Emirates SkyCargo has launched its new Emirates SkyPharma facility at Dubai International Airport for pharmaceutical air cargo.
 

 

Dubai based JV invests US $18m in Pakistan air cargo

Dubai based JV invests US $18m in Pakistan air cargo

Gerry’s dnata, a Dubai-based joint venture that handles cargo and luggage for some 12 international airlines at Pakistan’s airports, is investing US $18 million to double its working capacity by December 2017.
 
Egypt Air Cargo commences Ras Al Khaimah flights

Egypt Air Cargo commences Ras Al Khaimah flights

Egypt Air Cargo has begun flying to Ras Al Khaimah International Airport from Cairo on a weekly schedule that is expected to be increased before the end of the year.
 
CargoLogicAir signs C-check deal with Volga-Dnepr Gulf

CargoLogicAir signs C-check deal with Volga-Dnepr Gulf

CargoLogicAir, the new British cargo airline, has signed an agreement with Sharjah-based Volga-Dnepr Gulf to perform C-check maintenance on its Boeing 747-400 freighter.
 
SATS first global air cargo handler to enter Saudi

SATS first global air cargo handler to enter Saudi

SATS has won a tender to build and operate a cargo terminal in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, making it the first international cargo handler to enter the Saudi market.
 
RJ freighter proposal ideal for GCC says BAE Systems

RJ freighter proposal ideal for GCC says BAE Systems

BAE Systems Regional Aircraft is considering the launch of a passenger-to-freighter conversion programme that it says has strong potential for the Middle East air freight market.
 
DXB air cargo grows despite global traffic slump

DXB air cargo grows despite global traffic slump

Dubai International saw 3.8 percent growth in air cargo to 1.28 million tonnes during the first half of 2016.
 
Middle East air freight growth falls by half

Middle East air freight growth falls by half

Middle East carriers continue to lead air freight growth, but region loses significant momentum in first half of 2016.
 
Emirates delivers horses to Rio 2016 Olympics

Emirates delivers horses to Rio 2016 Olympics

The first group of Olympic horses departed from London Stansted airport last week on an Emirates SkyCargo Boeing 777F bound for Rio 2016.
 
B&H appoints ACX as air cargo agent in Morocco

B&H appoints ACX as air cargo agent in Morocco

B&H Worldwide has appointed ACX (Advanced Cargo Express) as its agent for Morocco.
 
FedEx first cargo airline to operate Cuba service

FedEx first cargo airline to operate Cuba service

The U.S. Department of Transportation has granted FedEx Express the right to operate a five-times-weekly freighter service between Miami and the city of Matanzas in Cuba.
 
Emirates SkyCargo to increase rates despite slump

Emirates SkyCargo to increase rates despite slump

Emirates SkyCargo has increased its published freight rates despite depressed market in apparent attempt to capitalise on key routes.
 




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