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Despite its ups and downs, transporting components for the automotive industry remains a lucrative business segment and operators see cause for optimism in 2017, as Helen Massy-Beresford discovers
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Regulations governing air transport of hazardous freight are complex and constantly evolving. Alex Derber investigates how well the industry is keeping up
Emirates SkyCargo is expecting its business to grow, but with fuel prices set to aggravate the perennial problem of falling yields, the company is bracing for a challenging 2017.
Airline Cargo Management’s annual survey provides a chance to take stock – and this year’s respondents see growth possibilities amid tough conditions
Flexibility is leasing’s USP, meaning it wins when business is booming for express freight and wins again when demand is flat and airlines divest themselves of their aircraft or choose leasing over buying. Rob Coppinger investigates

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Helen Massy-Beresford
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The first issue of the new year is always an opportunity to take stock and as 2017 gets underway, the Airline Cargo Management survey highlights some of the highs and lows of this international industry.

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