issue 3

This issue kicks off with our Top cargo airports report, examining the performance of ACI’s 100 busiest global freight hubs in 2011 and some of the trends in 2012, including analysis of regional figures and a handful of interesting cargo airports outside of the top 100. It is a chunky seven-page report, so if you find it a bit text-heavy, take a break to read some of the other articles – or just look at the pictures and charts!

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  • Facing a certain future

    Michael Webber analyses trends across North America’s cargo airports over the past decade, and in doing so identifies the direction they are heading Annually, Airports Council International (ACI) r...

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  • The cost of consolidation

    With ambitious international handlers like Swissport, WFS, Çelebi and Dnata acquiring market share, network coverage and capabilities around the world, what does this mean for quality, choice and cos...

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  • Change in the air at the fragrant harbour

    With the opening of Cathay Pacific’s own cargo handling terminal next year, Will Waters asks Mark Whitehead, MD of Hactl, what the future holds for Hong Kong’s biggest air cargo handler. It is th...

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  • Pulling together

    Will Waters reports on some of the highlights from this year’s Air Cargo Handling conference   Discussions at this year’s Air Cargo Handling conference in Paris focused on the need fo...

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  • What more can airports do?

    Airlines, airports and handlers debate the challenges of creating a better and more efficient cargo hub. Will Waters reports Delegates went back to basics at this year’s Air Cargo Handling conferen...

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  • A different strategy

    Megan Ramsay talks with Çelebi’s president of cargo, Cemil Erman, about expansion, emerging markets, e-freight and economic recovery Founded way back in 1958, Çelebi is well known for its acti...

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  • When uncertainty is the norm

      Ian Martin Jones reviews the forecasts of major economists and discusses with industry analysts and executives what, if anything, their predictions tell us about the prospects for air ca...

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  • Pooling our resources

    Ludwig Bertsch, president of CHEP Aerospace Solutions, talks to Will Waters about the latest developments in ULD technology and outsourcing, and his quest to reduce container damage Normally when a s...

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