2022 Air Freight Predictions

Robust demand for air cargo is expected to continue as global economies prosper, other transportation modes deal with ongoing capacity issues, and consumers around the world step up their spending. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), demand for air cargo rose by 7.9% in 2021 (compared to 2019’s...

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Brazil: Country Updates with Luis Marques

October Update Brazil's Petrobras sees fuel demand that could affect future logistics prices Brazilian state-run oil company Petrobras said October 18th, it has received "atypical demand" for fuel supplies in November that surpasses its production capacity. The company has been operating its refineries with a capacity factor of 90% in...

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5 Paths to Better Supply Chain Visibility

By putting data into the hands of the companies, business partners, and customers that want it, supply chain visibility helps all stakeholders track products from the point of manufacture to the final destination—and all points in between. This “Holy Grail” of global supply chain management has been talked about for...

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Top Air Freight Trends to Watch in 2021

Coming off the worst year for air cargo demand since the International Air Transport Association (IATA) began tracking such trends in 1990, the commercial air freight industry is slowing beginning to emerge from the debacle that was 2020 and find its way in the “new normal” operating environment. Hit hard...

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What’s Ahead for Airfreight in 2021?

With demand for airfreight capacity on track to return to 2019 levels at some point in 2021, the industry is bracing itself for a massive, worldwide vaccine distribution program while also preparing to manage the uptick in business as economies worldwide shake off the impacts of the global pandemic. According...

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