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LCGB Questions Cargolux Staffing Levels

Cargolux, the Luxembourg-based all cargo airline which has been showing good results for the past couple of years and an estimated US$ 100 million profit for 2017, has come under fire
from Luxembourg’s LCGB workers union. The organization claims that


Jan de Rijk: Trucking Important for the Air Cargo Chain

This is the first of a series of articles on road transport (RFS) companies and their history, way forward and plans for the future. This week we start with Amsterdam-based Jan de
Rijk.

Dedicated air cargo trucking is directly impacted


Swiss WorldCargo to Strengthen “Quality Corridors”

The freight division of the Swiss airline has renewed the Good Distribution Practice (GDP) for handling pharmaceutical, therapeutic products and alike freight shipments at their Zurich
hub. The ZRH license was granted by Swissmedic, Switzerland’s authourity responsible for the authorization


Will 2018 be Another Strong Year?

If one had asked many in the trade a year ago what they would give as a prognosis for air cargo for 2017 – most would have probably re-frained from being optimistic or maybe might have
even given a doom