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Volume 3, September 2017 | Contents

Budapest Airport bookmark
The Hungarian capital’s airport is investing heavily, hoping to take full advantage of economic and industrial growth in the region and the resulting impact on demand for cargo. Helen Massy-Beresford finds out more
Chasing parcels bookmark
Operators are looking to grow as rising e-commerce fuels demand in the Asia-Pacific region, says Ian Putzger
China potential bookmark
Malaysia Airlines’ cargo arm is looking forward to building on a rationalisation of capacity to drive forward its business, with a specific focus on China, as Helen Massy-Beresford discovers
Collaboration is the key bookmark
Delegates at the recent FlyPharma Conference determined collaboration would be their main goal for the year ahead, says Ben Hargreaves
Digital drive bookmark
Carriers are pushing into new fields with digitisation – but there is still work to be done, as Ian Putzger discovers
Fashion forward bookmark
Across the globe, logistics operators are seizing on growth in the e-commerce sector to increase their fashion business, Helen Massy-Beresford reports
Fossil fuel charter resurgence bookmark
Oil and gas are making a comeback after a lull last year and a period of meagre investment, delivering a welcome uplift for the charter market. Rob Coppinger has the story
Going for growth bookmark
GEODIS is looking for growth, with increasing production in Eastern Europe and booming e-commerce key drivers, as Helen Massy-Beresford finds out
Growing business bookmark
Ethiopian Airlines is about to activate its second cargo terminal at Bole International Airport, its operating headquarters. Ian Harbison was invited to Addis Ababa for an exclusive tour
High potential bookmark
As we head back to work after a summer break for much of Europe, it’s a busy issue for Airline Cargo Management
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