Industrial warehousing on the rise

Investing in warehousing is on the rise as the need for more space to support supply chain operations increases.
Aloha Air Cargo to cancel Honolulu - LA - Honolulu freighter June 1

Aloha Air Cargo is exiting its Honolulu to Los Angeles to Honolulu B767-300 freighter service June 1, citing the route’s unprofitability.
Maersk boosts Wetherell to Global Chief of Air Freight Forwarding

Maersk boosts Wetherell to Global Chief of Air Freight Forwarding, advances Mayhew to lead No. America region
Air Canada Cargo’s freighter feeder to passenger jet strategy is powering growth

Canadians typically are not drumbeating self-promoters and Air Canada’s management rarely deviates from that description, but the airline’s aggressive, standalone cargo operation recently captured the spotlight for exceptional performance and earned the right to take a few bows on the global stage.
Hawaii’s air cargo community favors Alaska Air’s pending Hawaiian Air buyout

Sources and insiders say both airlines will maintain their current identities and that if Alaska’s $1.9 billion buyout of Hawaiian Air goes through, they will not combine the brands into a newly named carrier.
DHL’s temperature-controlled logistics important link in the pharmaceutical supply chain

DHL Forwarding’s (DGF) is laser focused on the demanding logistics of the most time sensitive of all perishables — pharmaceuticals.
Lynden’s unique mixed modal solutions answer the call of the wild

Lynden, which operates in the wilds of Alaska, the Yukon Territory and Hawaii has a multi modal solution for all freight to all addresses no matter how remote.
Port of Galveston gearing up for new business

Port of Galveston has a reputation as the “Port of Everything” and is gearing up its West Port Complex to handle even more of everything.
Supply chain optimization strategies

Supply chain optimization strategies key to logistics transparency.
AJOT/National Retail Federation optimistic on retail sales growth but fear supply chain disruptions

National Retail Federation (NRF) thinks consumer spending will grow in 2024 but lag behind GDP growth. While disruptions like the Red Sea attacks will cause ripples felt throughout the supply chain all the way into the consumers’ wallets.

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