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Volume 11, December 2012 | Contents

And now we are ten... bookmark
In such a volatile industry, much has changed in the past 10 years. Airline Cargo Management discovers the critical issues facing today's market and asks how companies across the air cargo chain should cope with future challenges
Editor's Note - December 2012 bookmark
10 years of twists and turns
Just the tonic bookmark
With the need for fast, secure and controlled supply chains, the shipment of pharmaceuticals can be a high earner. But what do the manufacturers need, and can airlines fight off competition from both integrators and shipping lines? Ian Putzger reports
Leading lights - December 2012 bookmark
Bertrand Schmoll and Adrien Thominet
Bertrand Schmoll and Adrien Thominet are the chief executive officer and chief operating officer of ECS Group
Out of sync bookmark
Seabury's 2012 air freight industry analysis
It may have been a miserable year, with weak demand and oversupply, but it's not 2009. So why does it feel like a crisis? Seabury's Marco Bloemen, senior vice president, and Soufiane Daher, senior analyst, investigate the factors and trends which affected air freight industry in 2012
Rising Star - December 2012 bookmark
Idoia Martínez
Nominated by David Shepherd, head of global sales, IAG Cargo
Rocking on bookmark
Longer tours and more complex scheduling mean that the entertainment business increasingly needs air freight. But the bean counters are beginning to get involved writes Will Waters
Shift happens bookmark
Cargolux, AirBridge Cargo and Polar Air Cargo on the future of all-cargo carriers
With the business model of the all-cargo player in doubt as increasing belly capacity and challenging fuel prices circle like vultures, Alexandra Lennane talks to Cargolux, AirBridge Cargo and Polar Air Cargo to find out what the future holds
Southern comfort bookmark
The rush to Latin America has left the developing region with excess capacity - but both forwarders and carriers are preparing for what they believe is inevitable growth, writes Ian Putzger
The IT crowd bookmark
Air Canada Cargo has quietly been reinventing itself - and now can lay claim to being one of the more advanced and innovative airline freight departments. Lise-Marie Turpin, vice president, shares the details with Ian Putzger
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December 2012

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