Niranjan Navaratnarajah, cargo industry director for Unisys Asia Pacific, argues that real-time data is fundamental to a connected cargo supply chain to reduce idle time and increase visibility, transparency and security.
Airport World takes a closer look at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport’s plans to grow its cargo business in 2017.
Advancements in RFID technology, new 2D barcodes and mobile tablets are just some of the ways IT is helping transform baggage handling at airports, writes Kim Madsen.
Airport World gets up close and personal with TIACA’s secretary general, Doug Brittin.
Martin Roebuck takes a closer look at the challenges and opportunities facing a handful of cargo focused airports in Europe and North America.
Daniel Fernandez, secretary general of The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), reflects on a challenging operating environment for the industry and the prospect of a more positive year ahead.
Steven Thompson reviews the 2012 performance of the world’s busiest cargo gateways and discovers that it has been a difficult 12 months for airfreight.
Does the aviation industry need to come up with a new plan for screening cargo in the wake of the foiled cargo bomb plot? Joe Bates reports.
Airports play a critical role in the transportation of fresh cut flowers across the globe, writes Dan McCue.
What does the future hold for the development of cargo infrastructure in North America? Ian Putzger reports.
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