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Volume 14, June 2015 | Contents

A new line in business bookmark
CEVA Logistics has restructured in a bid to lower costs and gain more business – and it’s so far, so good. Richard Zablocki, vice president trade lane management, tells Martin Roebuck why he’s optimistic about the future
Fight or flight? bookmark
Vice president of air freight charters for Bertling Logistics, Konstantin Vekshin, warns that airlines must offer better pricing flexibility and improved customer service if they are to keep the charter business flying
Leading lights – June 2015 bookmark
Sebastiaan Scholte, Chief executive officer, Jan de Rijk Logistics
Sebastiaan Scholte was born in 1970 in Groningen, the Netherlands. After studying Economics and Business Administration at Rotterdam College, he began his cargo aviation career in 1997 working in Mexico City for Aeromexpress, the cargo division of Aeromexico and Mexicana.
Rising star – June 2015 bookmark
Eric Lamare, Sales Manager France, AirBridgeCargo Airlines
Eric Lamare, 42, was nominated by Yulia Pronina, Marketing manager at AirBridgeCargo Airlines
Tried & tested bookmark
As airports and air cargo communities consider a cooperative approach to e-freight, Airline Cargo Management asks Luc Scheidel, commercial director at Cargonaut, and Patrick Murray, head of Calogi, what the key issues are
Turkish delights bookmark
Often referred to as the fourth Middle Eastern carrier, Turkish Airlines has grown revenues five-fold since 2010, and the country’s government has ambitious logistical plans. But Turkey’s geographical benefits are offset by the cons of being in the midst of a region in crisis. Combined with a weakening economy, is the airline still well-placed to grow? Martin Rivers talks to senior vice president, Ali Turk
June 2015