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Germany wants EU to act on air freight bombs

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Air Cargo

Germany wants the European Union to introduce new security measures against militant attacks via air freight to help improve a patchwork of different rules around the world, officials said.

A German government source said EU interior ministers would d Read More »

IATA head confirms 2010 airline industry outlook

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Air Cargo

Airlines body IATA does not expect airline industry profits to suffer a setback after two U.S.-bound bombs sent were intercepted in air cargo, IATA's head said.

"We are still forecasting a positive result of $8.9 billion this year," Giovanni Bisignani Read More »

Security alone not enough to foil parcel bombers

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Air Cargo

Security measures alone may never be able to stop well concealed bombs being sent via air mail without prohibitive inconvenience and cost, leaving old-fashioned police work and intelligence essential.

Two sets of parcel bombs in the past week -- addre Read More »

Security pressure seen on passenger jet cargo

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Air Cargo

Airlines could face pressure to put less cargo on passenger planes or improve blast protection after one of the parcels in the Yemen bomb plot was found to have flown in a passenger jet, analysts said.

Market reaction to last week's discovery of bombs Read More »

US promises air safety measures won’t hurt trade

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Air Cargo

America's transport watchdog vowed not to slow global trade by piling security measures onto the aviation industry in response to terror threats as air lobby group IATA warned against rash action.

"Security cannot bring business to a standstill," said Read More »

US TSA chief meets with Yemenis on cargo security

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Air Cargo

The head of the U.S. agency charged with overseeing cargo security met with officials in Sanaa to discuss the issue following last week's seizure of U.S.-bound package bombs sent from Yemen.

John Pistole, head of the U.S. Transportation Security Admin Read More »

Britain expands screening of air cargo

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Air Cargo

Britain expanded security checks on air cargo after a recent failed bomb plot, saying shipments on some flights from Asia and the Middle East would be screened in Britain before being dispatched elsewhere.

The government announced the decision after T Read More »

ANA says to pay $73 million fine on cartel

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Air Cargo

Japan's No.2 airline, All Nippon Airways, has agreed with the U.S. Justice Department to pay a $73 million fine for price fixing. Read More »

Boeing sees long-term growth in air cargo traffic

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Air Cargo

Boeing Co said it expects world air cargo traffic to match its 2007 peak this year after contracting in 2008-2009, aided by increased industrial shipping.

The U.S. plane maker also forecast that global air cargo would grow at a 5.9 percent annual rate Read More »

False alarm over package at Glasgow Airport

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Air Cargo

Parts of Glasgow Airport were evacuated late last week after a suspicious package was found in the departures security area, but the incident turned out to be a false alarm, police said.

The package was discovered by staff at about 7:55 p.m. (1955 GMT Read More »

FedEx says security works, sees healthy peak season

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Air Cargo

FedEx Corp security systems worked when an explosive package from Yemen was detected in the company's Dubai facility, an executive said.

"In the most recent situation, a shipment from Yemen moved on a commercial carrier, and when it got to Dubai and t Read More »

China Southern Airlines officially joins SkyTeam Cargo

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Air Cargo

The addition of China Southern Cargo to SkyTeam Cargo will significantly strengthen its global footprint. With its extensive domestic route network and strong exposure in Central Asia, Northeast Asia and the Middle East, China Southern Cargo will greatly Read More »

FedEx to buy India’s AFL Pvt Ltd and its affiliate

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Air Cargo

FedEx Corp said its unit FedEx Express will buy smaller Indian rival AFL Pvt Ltd and its affiliate Unifreight India Pvt Ltd.

The U.S. logistics company said the deal will give the company a more robust domestic ground network but it did not provide th Read More »

New eco-containers trial for CMA CGM Group

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Liner Shipping

CMA CGM was the first to launch in 2005 the Bamboo-floored eco-containers. The Group is currently running a test for new eco-containers manufactured with non-wood composite flooring, the Eko-Flor.

In line with its strong commitment to environmental pr Read More »

New North Europe-Mexico container service begins in Charleston

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Liner Shipping

A new joint shipping service with coverage across North Europe and Mexico made its first U.S. stop in Charleston with the call of the Box Voyager. Read More »

Maersk Line named as ‘2010 Ocean Carrier of the Year’ by Home Depot

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Liner Shipping

On September 22, Maersk Line was awarded the 'Ocean Carrier of the Year' by award was presented at the Executive Carrier Council meeting held in Atlanta, GA. Alan MacPherson, senior sales director, and Lauris Eglitis, key client manager for Maersk Line N Read More »

Hamburg S’d adopts IAS EquipmentRepair globally to manage container fleet M&R

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Liner Shipping

Ocean carrier Hamburg S'd has announced it is adopting the EquipmentRepair system from International Asset Systems (IAS) to manage its global container M&R program. The German-headquartered carrier, a market leader on the north-south container trades and Read More »

MOL cooperates on ocean transport of medical and health Supplies to Thailand and Cambodia

AJOT | November 07, 2010 | Liner Shipping

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. announced its cooperation with the non-profit organization (NPO) PH-Japan (PHJ*1) for ocean transport of medical and health supplies, including masks to prevent infection, to communities in Thailand and Cambodia. Read More »

GE Shipping sees steady dry bulk rates

AJOT | October 31, 2010 | Breakbulk & Projects

India's Great Eastern Shipping Co Ltd expects rates in the dry bulk segment to be steady in the near term though those in the tanker segment are seen under pressure, a senior official said.

"So far rates (in dry bulk) have been quite buoyant and we ha Read More »

Cargotec delivers breakthrough LNG-powered terminal tractors

AJOT | October 31, 2010 | Ports & Terminals

Cargotec has delivered liquefied natural gas-powered (LNG) terminal tractors that fully meet California's 2010 California Air Resources Board (CARB) standards for off-road vehicle emissions, while improving on the performance of equivalent diesel-powered Read More »

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