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Ocean shipping bear market manoeuvres

As border restrictions are getting tighter, countries impose varying measures to contain the spread of the virus and mitigate its impact; travel is being curtailed, ports are operating and ship entries being restricted. In brief, the maritime...

Aviation sector outlook: 2020 and Beyond

Global Aviation Industry: Current scenario On a global scale, passenger air travel was expected to maintain positive growth rates in 2020, despite a number of challenges faced by the industry: airlines around the world...

Heavy-lift unmanned cargo aircraft booms amid pandemic-driven essentials delivery upsurge

With the advancement of technology and hundred per cent digitalisation of business operations, flying taxis or cargo drones are becoming an integral part of the rapidly expanding air cargo industry. In the endeavour to successfully set its...

Robots and Advanced Technology: Building digitally resilient warehouses

The confluence of several advanced technologies like Robotics and Automation, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data, and Blockchain has seen an incredible upsurge, ever since the COVID-19 has hit the logistics and warehousing industry....

Increased demand and reduced capacity pose challenge for air freight market

After an extremely volatile first half of the year, the challenges in the airfreight market look set to continue into 2021, requiring both foresight and forward planning from businesses. A turbulent six months for...

India’s cold chain industry growth opportunity analysis in the post-COVID era

The coronavirus outbreak has brought global turmoil causing businesses to come up with disruptive models, owing to the changing customer emotions and buying preferences. As the demand for buying essentials surges, the cold chain supply in India...

Farm bills fallout: A first step for improving transport and storage in agri-logistics

Last week, the Union Government passed three agriculture sector Bills in the Lok Sabha with good intent to improve the state of the Indian farmer. However, several farmer outfits have announced an intensified agitation after the Union...

Ground Handling needs fast-track policy implementation

Favourable government schemes such as UDAN and 100 per cent FDI in ground handling has encouraged and enabled foreign investors to enter the Indian market. Besides, as e-commerce industry in India grows, transportation of cargo, especially by...

Rebuilding Domestic Air Cargo Sector: In discussion with DACAAI

In a virtual interaction with Domestic Air Cargo Agents Association of India (DACAAI)’s senior-most members, CARGOCONNECT intended to identify the dilemma of the problems that the association is facing, which also led to perceiving other underlying issues...

Future-proofing the aspects of Transportation Management Systems

Just as production processes have become increasingly automated, so have logistics practices, largely due to the creation of increasingly advanced TMS, which can unlock new levels of efficiency, improve opportunities for automation and data consistency, and also...


SAS Cargo successfully completes remote IATA CEIV Pharma re-certification

SAS Cargo has successfully completed the IATA CEIV (Center of Excellence for Independent Validators) Pharma re-certification and was one of the first...


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