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In this On Logistics episode of “On Air with Air Cargo World,” Cathy Morrow Roberson speaks with Nate Skiver, founder of LPF Spend Management.
In this episode of “On Air with Air Cargo World,” Editor Caryn Livingston speaks with Lenora Turner, director, Opportunity Knocks, and Jose Ubeda, senior vice president, Digital Solutions, at Expeditors, about the program’s objectives, track record and Expeditors’ move to share the program with other companies.
In this episode of “On Air with Air Cargo World,” Associate Editor Kelly Stroh speaks with Asok Kumar, executive vice president and global head of airfreight at DB Schenker, about SAF, sustainability initiatives and the current push to decarbonize the airfreight industry.
In this episode of “On Logistics with Air Cargo World,” Cathy Morrow Roberson speaks with Audrey Ross, in-house logistics and customs specialist at Orchard Custom Beauty, a cosmetics and personal and home care product manufacturer. The two discuss the changes in in-house supply chain management for major shippers, how to mitigate some impacts of the reductions in ocean, air and road capacity, and vulnerabilities in sourcing that will likely take years of planning and investment to correct.
In this episode of “On Air with Air Cargo World,” Editor Caryn Livingston speaks with Cathy Roberson, founder of Logistics Trends & Insights, about the second-quarter results of major airfreight industry stakeholders announced in recent weeks. With more earnings presentations to come through early August, the benefits of the current high rate, low-capacity market are clear as integrators continue to blow past records set in previous pandemic quarters.
In this episode of “On Logistics with Air Cargo World,” Cathy Morrow Roberson speaks with Melissa Alexander, vice president of the Industrial Services team at real estate company Foundry Commercial, about the high demand for warehousing space, the factors behind shortages in U.S. commercial real estate markets, and Alexander’s outlook on future demand and development in the space.
In this episode of “On Air with Air Cargo World,” Associate Editor Kelly Stroh speaks with Alexey Zotov, head of sales of AirBridgeCargo, part of Volga-Dnepr Group, about how the air cargo market has been reshaped by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the effect on the carrier’s relationship with forwarders.
In this episode of “On Logistics with Air Cargo World,” Cathy Morrow Roberson speaks with Ron Lazo, vice president of professional services at Manhattan Associates, about technology trends and demands the supply chain solutions company is seeing.
Teleport, the logistics arm of AirAsia, hopes to use its technology-focused approach to take advantage of the growth in e-commerce in Southeast Asia.
In this episode of “On Logistics with Air Cargo World,” Cathy Morrow Roberson talks to Charles Brewer, chief operating officer for Canada Post, about the e-commerce growth of the past year, the longer-term outlook for e-commerce logistics and whether the pursuit of e-commerce cargo will be a viable strategy for realizing profits beyond the pandemic.
For this launch of our new podcast segment “On Logistics with Air Cargo World,” host Cathy Morrow Roberson, founder of Logistics Trends & Insights and a regular Air Cargo World contributor, is joined by Airspace co-founder and CTO Ryan Rusnak. Hear Roberson and Rusnak discuss the niche that Airspace has carved out in time-critical shipments, and the startup’s expansion goals.
A new partnership between Meantime Communications and Change Horizon forged on March 8, or International Women’s Day, aims to bring gender imbalance issues to the foreground and help the air cargo logistics industry overcome these issues.
In this episode of On Air with Air Cargo World, Joshua Aelick talks to Nathan de Valck, Frank van Gelder and Emir Pineda of Pharma.Aero about some of the security issues surrounding the transport of COVID-19 vaccines.
Kuehne+Nagel Q4 earnings this week saw soaring airfreight rates support revenues for some freight forwarders in 2020 while other transport modes struggled, but volatility in rates, particularly in the spot market ex-Asia, could threaten gross profits in the months ahead.
In this episode, Air Cargo World Senior Editor Charles Kauffman and Ed Gillett, co-founder of U.K.-based CharterSync, discuss the impact the pandemic and Brexit have had on charter activity, particularly to, from and within the U.K., and the growth of CharterSync's platform.
In this episode of the On Air with Air Cargo World, Editor Caryn Livingston is joined by Cathy Roberson, founder and president of Logistics Trends & Insights and a regular contributor to Air Cargo World, to discuss how the express market has changed in the past year. This episode covers trends in express, e-commerce, and how recent developments in the space will affect industry players like FedEx, UPS, DHL and Amazon in the years ahead.
In this episode of On Air with Air Cargo World, excerpts of the interviews conducted with Air Cargo Executive of the Year Eddy Liu of China Airlines and Executives to Watch Dorothea von Boxberg of Lufthansa Cargo and Yngve Ruud reveal how they adapted their respective operations in 2020 and how they are maintaining flexibility during a time of ongoing uncertainty.
In this episode of the Air Cargo World Weekly Wrap, Senior Editor Charles Kauffman, Editor Caryn Livingston and Associate Editor Jeff Lee discuss airfreight trends for the week of Nov. 30, 2020.
In this episode of On Air with Air Cargo World, Senior Editor Charles Kauffman and C.H. Robinson's Matt Castle discuss the current state of the pharma cold chain, how C.H. Robinson is making contingency plans for existing customers as vaccine information eventually emerges, and how vaccine-adjacent commodities are already being transported in advance of an approved vaccine.
This episode of On Air with Air Cargo World was created from an early October interview with van As, who provided us with insights into how regulatory agencies and customs are working with airport stakeholders to prepare for a vaccine distribution scenario still plagued by unknown factors and potential bottlenecks.
In this episode of On Air with Air Cargo World, we focus on airfreight sustainability with Neil Cloughley, founder and CEO of U.K.-based Faradair Aerospace, which six years ago introduced the concept for its bio-electric-hybrid-aircraft (BEHA).
In this Aug. 14, 2020 episode of the Air Cargo World Weekly Wrap, editors discuss some surprising Q2 results among Asian carriers, the push to fortify the air cargo supply chain for vaccine shipments and U.S. political contributions from transportation PACs.
In this Weekly Wrap episode of the On Air with Air Cargo World podcast, Publisher JJ Hornblass and Editor Caryn Livingston discuss air cargo layoffs and relief funding during the COVID-19 pandemic, how cross-border e-commerce growth is driving charter demand for Cainiao, supplied by AirBridgeCargo, and the bellyspace capacity outlook in Latin America.
In this June 26, 2020 episode of the Air Cargo World Weekly Wrap, editors discuss technology investments amid the COVID-19 pandemic and a change in the U.S. business of DHL.
Listen to Cathy Roberson and Caryn Livingston speak on how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the evolution of technology and business across the air cargo industry.
In this episode, Steve Smith, president and CEO at Washington D.C.-based nonprofit Airlink, speaks on how the organization and its partner carriers are working to support communities around the world battling the coronavirus pandemic.
In this episode Stephen Harvey, vice president for cargo and general aviation at East Midlands Airport speaks on the airport’s strategic development in response to demand, particularly driven by the growing express market.
Joining us today start-up CLIVE Data Services’ Managing Director Niall van de Wouw speaks on his company’s launch of a new analysis dubbed “the dynamic load factor,” which is aimed at measuring cargo-load factors from a volumetric, rather than weight-based, approach.
Southern California-based data integration startup Komodal’s co-founder Julia Pasternack discusses the company’s work to digitalize and improve transparency across multi-modal logistics operations.