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ChartAir: a young company with a historical Schiphol name

Why does a renowned GSA want to have a little sister also engaging in air cargo but from a different perspective? With this question, Cargo Magazine spoke with Jasper de Bruijne, Director Global Airline Services with final responsibility for sister …


Continuation of growth and success through collaboration

In recent years, the air cargo supply chain has moved in an interesting and very welcome direction – becoming much more cooperative and collaborative. There are many reasons why this trend has emerged, and it is making an impact in …


Brussels Airport Cargo: continually evolving

2017 was a memorable year for BRUcargo: the volume of cargo increased, on all routes, on all continents. With 10% growth the milestone of 500,000 tonnes of cargo flown was passed. This growth was seen in all segments: from belly …