Alaska Air Cargo selects iCargo software

10th March 2022 IBS Software, a worldwide leader of SaaS solutions to the travel industry, has signed a long-term agreement with Alaska Air Cargo to transform and modernise its air cargo IT ecosystem. IBS Software will implement its full suite cargo management solution across the air cargo business of Alaska Airlines. iCargo will digitally transform… Continue reading Alaska Air Cargo selects iCargo software

Industry groups react to President Biden’s planned ‘crackdown on container liners

There was no shortage of feedback stemming from President Biden’s comments about the ocean shipping sector made during his State of the Union (SOTU) address earlier this week. President Biden did not pull any punches in addressing how over the course of the pandemic, about half a dozen or less foreign-owned companies raised prices by… Continue reading Industry groups react to President Biden’s planned ‘crackdown on container liners

IAG Cargo announces record-breaking Q4 results

IAG Cargo, the cargo division of IAG (International Airlines Group) has reported record financial results for 2021, with annual revenues of €1,673m for the period from 1st January to 31st December 2021. The results reflect the surging demand for air cargo capacity as global trade rebounds. The 2021 revenues represent an increase of 30% at… Continue reading IAG Cargo announces record-breaking Q4 results

7 Trends that will Change Parcel Shipping in 2022

By Logistyx Technologies · February 17, 2022 Increasing customer demands, supply chain disruptions, carrier capacity constraints, and more have forced companies to reimagine their inventory and transportation strategies to achieve shipping KPIs. This new eBook from Logistyx Technologies outlines 7 trends for 2022, including: The shift to a carrier-led market An increase in cross-border e-commerce… Continue reading 7 Trends that will Change Parcel Shipping in 2022

IAG Cargo boosts Latin American service

IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG), has increased services to Colombia and Argentina from Madrid, whilst offering daily capacity between Sao Paolo and Buenos Aires. The business now services 17 destinations in Latin America from Madrid, London and Barcelona. IAG Cargo has particularly increased services to Colombia, with 14 flights per… Continue reading IAG Cargo boosts Latin American service

Ocean Cargo Trends: Pandemic continues to wreak havoc

Since early 2020, shippers have been experiencing capacity crunch scenarios resulting from container shortages, port congestion, and skyrocketing freight rates. And now the experts agree that 2022 will be another year of unreliable, very expensive international ocean transportation. Before the pandemic, sending a container from Shanghai to Los Angeles cost around $2,000. By early 2021,… Continue reading Ocean Cargo Trends: Pandemic continues to wreak havoc