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  • Intermodal (November 01, 2007)

    November 1, 2007 by Dan Goodwill

    Intermodal transportation which typically involves a local truck pickup at one end (i.e. Montreal), transfer to one or more railways for furtherance to its ultimate destination (i.e. Los Angeles) and then delivery by truck, has evolved into a very cost

  • Air Cargo Carriers

    November 1, 2006 by Ian Putzger

    At the end of October, Air Canada reduced its freighter flights between Shanghai and Toronto from five to three a week, as it returned one of two leased MD-11 freighters to leasing company World Airways. Yields out of Shanghai have

  • Rising to the Challenge?

    September 1, 2006 by Ian Putzger

    The challenges of China’s surface infrastructure can to a considerable extent be overcome by shippers, such as those in the electronics and pharmaceutical sectors, who can take best advantage of air freight. But although new services are coming on, many

  • Air Canada Cargo promotes portal services

    June 14, 2006 by Canadian Shipper

    Air Canada Cargo is offering cargo customers who sign up for a free user ID on the company’s cargo portal services a chance to win the latest Air Canada merchandise or even a pair of tickets on Air Canada. With

  • Unisys and Air Canada extend air cargo relationship

    March 3, 2006 by Canadian Shipper

    BLUE BELL, Pa.–Unisys Corporation and Air Canada have extended contracts for two Unisys air cargo solutions-hosting & Integration Services and Cargo Portal Services (CPS)-for three years. The contract extensions were signed in the fourth quarter of 2005. The Unisys solutions

  • Canada next in line to probe international air cargo services as cartel activity suspected

    February 16, 2006 by Canadian Shipper

    MONTREAL, ONAccording to a Reuters report, Air Canada parent ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. said that Canada’s antitrust agency is investigating carriers that provide international air cargo services as a global investigation of suspected price-fixing widens. Isabelle Arthur, a spokeswoman for

  • air cargo carriers

    November 1, 2005 by Ian Putzger

    Notwithstanding the suspension of Korean Air’s freighter through Calgary, freighter activities in Canada have picked up this year. Since becoming an independent company under the Air Canada umbrella, AC Cargo has built up international freighter operations. Meanwhile, Cargojet is talking

  • Germany

    September 1, 2005 by Ian Putzger

    Canada and Germany share a common concern these days that could serve to bring them closer together as trading partners in the near feature. If you’re already involved in shipping product to and from the German market it’s a reasonable

  • Ottawa Announces New Marine Security Initiatives

    May 1, 2005 by Canadian Shipper

    The Government of Canada has unveiled details of a $300-million, five-year package of initiatives designed to enhance the security of Canada’s marine transportation system and maritime borders. These initiatives, which will be carried out by six federal government departments or