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Gulftainer pinches Flemming Dalgaard from DP World Gulftainer has appointed DP World’s Flemming Dalgaard, as CEO of GT International, a division of the Gulftainer Group.

Gulftainer pinches Flemming Dalgaard from DP World

Gulftainer has appointed DP World’s Flemming Dalgaard, as CEO of GT International, a division of the Gulftainer Group.

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Anger over Philippine customs' plans to inspect cargo

Anger over Philippine customs' plans to inspect cargo

Philippine customs officials announced they will randomly inspect 'balikbayan boxes' and impose tax on taxable goods, due to suspected misuse.
 
dnata to create 140 new jobs in Pakistan expansion

dnata to create 140 new jobs in Pakistan expansion

The company said it is investing over $4 million, further underpinning its position as a key aviation partner in the country.
 
Emirates' dnata acquires cargo operation in Amsterdam

Emirates' dnata acquires cargo operation in Amsterdam

dnata has gone from four to ten European stations in the past two years & will now handle more than two million tonnes of cargo at 26 airports worldwide.
 
Qatar Airways extends embargo on hunting trophies

Qatar Airways extends embargo on hunting trophies

The airline's existing ban on carrying CITES I hunting trophies has been extended to include all species included in the CITES I, II and III.
 

 

Hamad Int'l handles 1m metric tonnes cargo in 1st year

Hamad Int'l handles 1m metric tonnes cargo in 1st year

The new airport's cargo milestone represents a 12% increase compared to the previous hub in Qatar at Doha Int'l Airport.
 
Djibouti joins Qatar Airways' cargo network

Djibouti joins Qatar Airways' cargo network

Africa is a key growth market for Qatar Airways Cargo, which currently serves Lagos, Accra, Johannesburg, Entebbe, Nairobi, and Khartoum with dedicated freighters.
 
Virgin Atlantic Cargo calls for ethical cargo policy

Virgin Atlantic Cargo calls for ethical cargo policy

Virgin Atlantic Cargo has called for an industry-wide agreement that all airlines would be duty-bound to implement would eliminate shipments like hunting trophies & endangered species.
 
Worldwide air freight slowdown continues

Worldwide air freight slowdown continues

Several regions in decline but Middle Eastern carriers saw the strongest growth with demand expanding by 15.3%, and capacity rose 19.2%.
 
Dubai Int'l sees 17% rise in freight volumes in June

Dubai Int'l sees 17% rise in freight volumes in June

Year to date cargo totalled 1,232,861, up 1.7% compared to 1,212,444 during the first six months in 2014, according to Dubai Airports.
 
Qatar Airways Cargo launches new courier service

Qatar Airways Cargo launches new courier service

The airline's new QR On-Board Courier service is designed for time-sensitive supply chain customers.
 
AMI giving Indian freight agents added import control

AMI giving Indian freight agents added import control

New service caters for virtually any commodity, except perishables, and users can choose between direct expedited service or an economy consolidated option.
 
DhabiJet awarded RA3 certification for cargo operations

DhabiJet awarded RA3 certification for cargo operations

The certification positions DhabiJet as a regional leader in the aviation services sector and reaffirming Abu Dhabi’s position as a top global aviation hub.
 
World's first animal cargo handling terminal to open

World's first animal cargo handling terminal to open

JFK airport in the US is building a $48m facility to house every type of animal that passes through its gates, with a launch date of early 2016.
 
Qatar Airways Cargo to introduce first 747 freighter

Qatar Airways Cargo to introduce first 747 freighter

The B747-400BCF will complement the cargo airline's expanding freighter fleet providing 112.5 tonnes of capacity dedicated to worldwide charter services.
 
Air cargo growth slows globally, except in Middle East

Air cargo growth slows globally, except in Middle East

Carriers in most regions, with the exception of those based in the Middle East, saw weak growth or even contractions in May.
 




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