- Are We Ready for Climate Change in Logistics and Shipping?by Banu Akman on 29/11/2023 at 5:59 pm
In 2021, I wrote an article about climate change and its effects on logistic sector after Hurricane Ida hit Louisiana. Within two years, we haven’t seen significant changes. There are laws getting rejected all over the world, even in the most civilized countries and climate change activists are still fighting for to make their voice The post Are We Ready for Climate Change in Logistics and Shipping? appeared first on More Than Shipping.
- Navigating the Waves: Predicting the Shipping Industry’s Journey in 2024by Ellen Chung on 27/11/2023 at 3:20 pm
2024 is shaping up to be a challenging year for the shipping industry. Soft pricing, lower demand, and economic uncertainties are creating a complex landscape, and the shipping industry is gearing up to face these issues head-on. The persistent soft pricing in the shipping sector is expected to extend into 2025, a consequence of capacity The post Navigating the Waves: Predicting the Shipping Industry’s Journey in 2024 appeared first on More Than Shipping.
- Logistics and the Supply Chain This Holiday Season: What to Expectby Jim Carrington on 24/11/2023 at 5:02 pm
With Thanksgiving having come and gone for the year, that can only mean one thing: the holiday season is upon us. Believe it or not, after more than three years of a global pandemic and various disruptions and issues around it, the 2023 holiday season is expected to be the most normal one since 2019. The post Logistics and the Supply Chain This Holiday Season: What to Expect appeared first on More Than Shipping.
- Iranian-Backed Houthi Rebels Attack Israel Cargo Ship, in Latest Attackby Mike Mansfield on 22/11/2023 at 5:13 pm
This past Sunday, another cargo ship was attacked by Iranian-linked rebels, this time in the Red Sea. Using helicopters, Houthi rebels from Yemen seized a cargo ship, named The Galaxy Leader, that was linked to Israel. The attack happened in the Red Sea. It was the latest in a string of attacks on cargo ships The post Iranian-Backed Houthi Rebels Attack Israel Cargo Ship, in Latest Attack appeared first on More Than Shipping.
- Leveraging the Internet of Things (IoT) for Container Trackingby Berk Alp on 20/11/2023 at 6:43 pm
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a new, real-time digitalized system that enables sensing, data collection, and sharing. This innovative technology is transforming various industries. As for logistics, the IoT is used for both data-collection capabilities, such as identifying, detecting and tracking, and logistics services, including transportation management, warehouse management, handling, packaging, distribution, and demand The post Leveraging the Internet of Things (IoT) for Container Tracking appeared first on More Than Shipping.
- Embraer rolls out E190F prototypeby Jeff Lee on 30/11/2023 at 7:50 pm
Embraer today rolled out its prototype E190F conversion after installing the cargo door on the aircraft. The door and surrounding door frame installation were completed in October, and Embraer plans to begin flight tests soon, the Brazilian planemaker told Cargo Facts, adding that it has already started ground tests. Embraer today unveiled the freighter in
- STAECO begins 737-800BCF conversions at new facilitiesby Jeff Lee on 30/11/2023 at 12:30 am
Taikoo (Shandong) Aircraft Engineering Co. (STAECO) has started operations at its massive new facilities and completed induction of the first 737-800BCF conversion at one of the new hangars. The 180,000-square-meter site, north of STAECO’s old location at Jinan Yaoqiang International Airport (TNA), was finished at the end of September after about two years of construction,
- Dronamics eyes global expansion with Qatar interline dealby Robert Luke on 30/11/2023 at 12:28 am
London-based Dronamics has signed a milestone interline deal with Qatar Airways — the first ever between a cargo drone operator and a conventional air cargo carrier. The agreement will enable the first cargo drone airline to extend its cargo services from its hub in Athens, Greece, to global destinations in Qatar’s network, Dronamics told Cargo
- West Atlantic’s Jordahn joins Cargo Facts EMEA for fireside chatby Cargo Facts Staff on 29/11/2023 at 11:34 pm
West Atlantic Chief Executive Lars Jordahn will sit down for a fireside chat about the freighter market at Cargo Facts EMEA on Tuesday, Feb. 6, at 10 a.m. GMT. The sixth annual Cargo Facts EMEA event takes place Feb. 5-7 at the Hilton Amsterdam, where industry leaders will gather to share their outlook on the
- Atlas Air picks up Air Canada’s 2 canceled 777Fsby Robert Luke on 29/11/2023 at 12:05 am
Atlas Air has acquired two 777F slots that Air Canada had canceled in September and will take delivery of the freighters in the second half of 2024. Strong customer demand in the e-commerce segment inspired the carrier’s confidence in its decision to pick up the order for the Boeing widebody freighters, Atlas Air said in