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Volume 13, December 2014 | Contents

A sigh of relief bookmark
Exclusive: Seabury’s analysis of 2014
2014 has seen marked improvement for the airfreight industry, with various countries and commodities flying high. Seabury’s Marco Bloemen, SVP, and Barend Buutfeld, senior analyst, reveal the surprises of the year – and what to watch out for in the next
Fish or fuel? bookmark
Plans to make Anchorage a key transit hub have failed to materialise. Instead, it remains a tech stop and a centre for key seafood exports, finds Ian Putzger
Seoul-searching bookmark
Incheon may be in the top three international freight airports in the world, but volumes are stagnating while rival airports are flourishing. The government and express industries believe e-commerce will provide sufficient growth to buck the trend. Alexandra Lennane investigates
The missing links bookmark
Connectivity in Africa has been blighted by a series of failures. But this year’s Togo Declaration, with an emphasis on air cargo, could lead to improved trading conditions and air links, which are sorely needed in the continent. Gavin van Marle reports
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December 2014

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