Spring/ Summer 2014

issue 6

As you may have noticed Cargo Airports & Services has become Cargo Airports & Airline Services (CAAS). But as you will hopefully also notice, our editorial focus remains essentially unchanged, with our aim to examine key challenges, opportunities and best practices from around the world.

This current issue includes our first Airline Cargo Report, examining some of the latest airline cargo trends that affect the airport cargo operations environment.

We hope that you enjoy and benefit from the rebranded magazine, either as a reader or as a channel to access its readers.

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Featured in this issue

  • Getting the ACC3 together

    The European Commission moved rapidly to enhance the security of incoming air cargo into Europe following two incidents in October 2010 when bombs originating in Yemen were discovered en route to the ...

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  • The Asian way

    Tightly controlled airport operating regimes across Asia have made it difficult for global cargo handlers to gain a significant foothold in the region, and the recession didn’t help those that had a...

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  • Encouraging signs

    International air cargo saw a strong final quarter in 2013, including a far more sustained pre-Christmas peak period than in the previous two years. But despite this end-of-year surge, especially in v...

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  • Stronger together

    Marcel de Nooijer wears several hats within the multi-airline organisation that is Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo. His role as managing director of Martinair Holland gives him responsibility for all o...

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  • Medically trained

    Belgium’s air cargo traffic contains double the proportion of pharma-related products compared to the European average, largely because there is a very strong pharma production cluster around Brusse...

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  • Perishable Nature

    Kuehne + Nagel is a freight forwarder that takes perishables logistics seriously, with around a quarter of its global air freight volumes coming from perishables traffic. In some markets, the proporti...

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  • Europe: Airport focus

    Airport focus: Amsterdam Schiphol Volumes grew 3.2% in 2013, taking Schiphol close to its 2007 all-time record, as the global economy and consumer confidence continued to recover. Head of cargo Enno O...

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  • What the customer really wants

    Panalpina’s Jeannette Goeldi has worked in the logistics sector for about 27 years – mainly in the freight forwarding side of the business and most recently within air cargo – but says she rarel...

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