By Sonny Prior2019-04-11T10:45:00+01:00
Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings has enhanced its aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance (ACMI) agreement with Qantas Freight.
Under the terms of the agreement, Atlas Air will operate two Boeing 747-8 freighters for Qantas on transpacific routes linking Australia and Asia with the USA, effective July 2019.
The aircraft will replace two B747-400Fs currently in service for Qantas.
Jacksonville Port Authority (Jaxport) in the USA has detailed its 2020-2025 strategic master plan, which focuses on cargo volume growth.
Chapman Freeborn has appointed Allen Liu as cargo director for North Asia.
Fracht opened its first office in India on February 22. Based in Mumbai, the Indian outfit will be led by two industry veterans – Captain V.P Rajesh and Rajnish Tiwari.
Businesses and public authorities in the East of England plan to enter a bid to gain freeport status and develop the ports of Felixstowe and Harwich – owned by Hutchison Ports – into a strategic hub capable of serving the offshore wind industry.
Wallenius Wilhelmsen will reactivate three more of its vessels that are currently in cold layup in June and July to replace capacity that is currently sourced through short-term charters.
The port of Dunkirk has made significant progress in the construction of the Dunkirk Logistics International (DLI) south structure and service road in France.
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