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Volume 12, June 2013 | Contents

A sort of success bookmark
What does the current glut of supply, coupled with weak demand, mean for the capacity suppliers and operators? Airline Cargo Management talks to the ACMI crowd to find out
Africa in bloom bookmark
One of the few continents to have trade lanes with double-digit growth, Africa is becoming increasingly busy. But can this growth support all of the capacity coming in? Ian Putzger finds out
Canadian creativity bookmark
It’s long been argued that finding a niche is the only way forward for freighter-only operators. And Canada’s Cargojet, while buffeted by ill economic winds, has worked to create a sustainable business, writes Ian Putzger
Cool runnings bookmark
The perishables business is enjoying growth. But can it justify the investments in infrastructure being made by forwarders and carriers – and can air freight fight off the sea freight threat? Ian Putzger reports
Editor's note – June 2013 bookmark
“Pretty scary stuff...”
It doesn’t seem to be getting any better. The much-mooted peak in March failed to appear; the Eurozone, while not crumbling entirely as had been anticipated in some quarters, certainly remains unsteady on its feet...
Generation Y and workplace 3.0 bookmark
The air freight industry has struggled to recruit new blood. To attract the best, companies must understand Generation Y’s work attitude and its use of technology, explains Niall van de Wouw, managing director at Clive
Leading lights – June 2013 bookmark
Murray Kidd
Vice president and global head of iCargo sales, IBS Software Services
Maindeck mayhem bookmark
As passenger 777s flood into the market while demand continues to stall, a raft of freighter-only operators are finding the going tough, writes Alexandra Lennane
Open for business bookmark
From 1 July 2014, the rules on bringing air cargo into the European Union (EU) will change. Mike Woodall, project leader, independent validation and regulation engagement for IATA, explains how the association is helping the industry meet the new requirements
Rising star – Simon Elmore bookmark
Simon Elmore, 34, was nominated by Steve Montgomery, chief cargo officer, Hermes Logistics Technologies
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June 2013

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