$11 billion in U.S. tariffs proposed on EU products: a weighty Impact for carriers

$11 billion in U.S. tariffs proposed on EU products: a weighty Impact for carriers

The U.S. is proposing $11 billion in tariffs on European Union goods because of allegations that Airbus received that amount of subsidies when it launched the Airbus 380, thereby harming U.S. interests. Read Jesse Cohen’s explanation of the articles proposed for tariffs and what the tariffs might do to the air cargo and maritime industries.

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Securing the air cargo supply chain

Securing the air cargo supply chain

Air cargo market expert Jesse Cohen writes about the ongoing efforts to increase security in air cargo operations. Read about the latest measures and how they impact the movement of freight.

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Is the European Air Cargo Market Cause for Worry?

Is the European Air Cargo Market Cause for Worry?

Air cargo volume in Europe continues to decline. Read market expert Cathy Morrow Roberson’s take on the reasons why this is occurring and if there are options available to improve the volume.

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Flashback Friday: how logistics began

Flashback Friday: how logistics began

In this Flashback Friday, FreightWaves looks at the history of logistics. Logistics is now a commonly heard term. It is used by corporations and the military, but its origins go back to ancient times.

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Sabrewing is making unmanned VTOL air cargo hauling a commercial reality

Sabrewing is making unmanned VTOL air cargo hauling a commercial reality

Sabrewing Aircraft Company has developed an unmanned vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) cargo aircraft that is now closer to being a commercial reality, with it getting an order for 10 aircraft from the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island (ACSPI).

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Today’s Pickup: Auto sales declining, but consumer confidence remains

Today’s Pickup: Auto sales declining, but consumer confidence remains

Auto sales are declining, but the National Automobile Dealers Association still expects strong sales for 2019, plus the one area where Amazon is losing and opposition to Canada’s carbon tax grows.

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Today’s Pickup: Bendix makes advanced safety systems available for older truck models

Today’s Pickup: Bendix makes advanced safety systems available for older truck models

Bendix is now making its advanced safety systems available for retrofit for models where it was not factory-installed. Plus, U.S. finds little support for postal rate changes, detention time increasing and air cargo boom may be over.

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