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  • NAV Canada signs strategic agreement with Unifly

    NAV Canada has entered into an agreement with Unifly in a deployment of a national system that provides digital services for safely flying drones in Canadian airspace. The system has an intuitive user interface and will enable Canadian drone pilots to access web and mobile applications to identify safe and legal airspace, plan flights, manage The post NAV Canada signs strategic agreement with Unifly appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • Swissport’s move to automation

    Swissport, working with Unilode and Descartes, has started to equip its cargo warehouse with Bluetooth sensors to increase transparency for Swissport customers using digitally tagged ULD. Geolocation of ULD enables real-time tracking and inventory control, enabling airlines and freight companies to plan the distribution of their vast ULD fleets more efficiently and cost effectively. The move The post Swissport’s move to automation appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • Covid-19: The disruption continues for supply chains

    Richard Wilding OBE, Professor of Supply Chain Strategy at the UK’s Cranfield University, comments on the latest challenges Covid-19 presents the supply chain. He points out that consumer demand for face masks is impacting on wider industry needs. “Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is the latest problem that the Covid-19 virus is causing supply chain directors. The post Covid-19: The disruption continues for supply chains appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • Emirates SkyCargo appoints Abdulla Alkhallafi as India cargo manager

    Emirates SkyCargo has appointed Abdulla Alkhallafi as its new cargo manager for India. Alkhallafi will be based out of Delhi and will be overseeing all commercial and operational aspects of Emirates SkyCargo in one of the air cargo carrier’s most important markets globally. He will be taking over from Keki Patel, who will be retiring The post Emirates SkyCargo appoints Abdulla Alkhallafi as India cargo manager appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

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