Air Cargo

With volume, revenue and profit rising, the world's largest logistics company ordered 14 747-8 cargo jets from Boeing.

Plunging truckload rates proved a dead weight on profits at C.H. Robinson Worldwide in the third quarter.

The decision ends decades of indecision that has been condemned by UK business leaders, shippers, and freight forwarders.

The US delivery company will spend 200 million euros to expand its sorting facility at Charles de Gaulle airport and 1.2 billion euros on a 30-year lease.

The world’s largest trading center for plants and flowers is experimenting with refrigerated ocean containers.

Perishables shipped by Crowley Maritime will be able to more quickly access additional markets via a new pilot progam.
Crowley Maritime’s customs brokerage subsidiary will participate in a pilot program at Miami International Airport for ocean-to-air transshipment of perishables.

Shorter fulfillment cycles are pushing UPS to expand its fastest package and freight services to new countries.

Global air cargo demand continued to show signs of strength in August.

Nittsu Research Institute and Consulting has announced its expectations for Japan's air cargo trade in fiscal year 2016.

Regulations governing the shipment of lithium ion batteries tested by Samsung phone recall.