WFS to Handle New Oslo Seafood Center

A new lucrative piece of business will fall to Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) after having signed an MOU with Norways Sjomatterminalen AS which will allow WFS to operate the new Seafood
Center planned for Oslo Airport.

Image of new WFS operated new Seafood Center at Oslo Airport  -  company courtesy
Image of new WFS

H-L Ups East Africa/ME Service, Grows Fleet of Reefer Steel Boxes

Shipping line Hapag-Lloyd expands its reach in the Middle East, India and East Africa, adding more ports to its network. Simultaneously, the company announced upping its reefer container
fleet by 11,000-plus units.

Hapag-Lloyd placed a large order for additional reefer containers  -  company courtesy
Hapag-Lloyd placed a large order for additional reefer

Exclusive – Hapag-Lloyd Puts Focus on Africa

Europe, North America and an increasing number of markets in the Far East are saturated, experiencing only modest growth rates. In contrast, Africa, the Indian Subcontinent and Latin
America are the future candidates where the music will be played. Hapag-Lloyd

Auslaender Back on Leisure Deck

Ralf-Rainer Auslaender has become managing director of cargo broker Leisure Cargo with immediate effect, taking over from Thilo Schaefer and Klaus Sieger.

A surprising change of leadership in air freight management company Leisure Cargo. Its founder and long-time chief Ralf-Rainer

Canadian Takes the Helm at Air France-KLM

The long search is finally over for a replacement of Jean-Marc Janaillac as CEO for the Air France-KLM Group. Some within the company had hoped for an internal solution, but now it’s been
made public that Janaillac’s replacement will come

YTO Express Expanding Further

YTO Express, one of China’s largest and fast expanding express companies which was founded in 2000 under the umbrella of the Shanghai YTO Jialong Investment Development Ltd, has come a
long way in almost two decades of operation. Supported by

Cargo Friendly Slot Allocation Within Reach in AMS

The AMS air cargo community is keeping its fingers crossed over a modified version for a local rule that would be more beneficial to cargo flights. This is, however, not the only solution
to deal with the slot scarcity on