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  • Ade Adepitan reveals winners of UK freight industry ‘Oscars’

    Ade Adepitan, one of the UK’s most well-known Paralympians and broadcasters has revealed the winners of the British International Freight Association’s Freight Service Awards 2019. At a glittering awards ceremony, host Adepitan announced eight winners from the 33 freight forwarding companies that were shortlisted as finalists, as well as three individual award winners. The winners The post Ade Adepitan reveals winners of UK freight industry ‘Oscars’ appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • Logistics company makes an art of offsetting carbon emissions

    A logistics company has offset the carbon emissions from taking works of art of an exhibition by helping to pay for an environmental project in Brazil. Dietl International, which claims to be the largest US artwork shipping provider, moved 167 tonnes to the Art Basel exhibition in Miami, Florida, which showcased paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs, The post Logistics company makes an art of offsetting carbon emissions appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • Davies Turner picks up freight industry ‘Oscar’

    Davies Turner, the UK’s largest independent freight forwarding and logistics company, has taken first place in the European Logistics category of the UK’s premier freight and logistics awards event. The British International Freight Association’s (BIFA) Freight Service Awards have been organised annually for over 30 years and are rightly seen as the Oscars of the UK The post Davies Turner picks up freight industry ‘Oscar’ appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • A new record in 2019 for Liege Airport

    Despite a global economic slowdown, Liege Airport has achieved a new record with over 900,000 tonnes of goods transported in 2019. Liege Airport continues to develop, with a new record of 902.480 tonnes (+3.6%) of transported goods compared with 870.644 tonnes in 2018. The activity of the air cargo sector slowed globally in 2019. Brexit The post A new record in 2019 for Liege Airport appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

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