Africa going strong
Many African ports are powering ahead strongly, which has prompted PricewaterhouseCoopers to have a closer look at some of Subsaharan Africa’s large gateways. Its analysis concludes that Durban, Abidjan and Mombasa are the region’s outstanding performers.
Questions over questions
The growth rate of African airlines’ air cargo performance was larger than in any other region for 17 of the last 18 months. This trend was broken for the first time in March. Some of the continent’s inadequate airfreight infrastructure, in the meantime, has aroused the interest...
Record road bridge for goods
Africa’s longest suspension bridge straddles Maputo Bay. The major project by the China Road and Bridge Corporation will link up a suburb – and simultaneously dynamise road transport to and from South Africa.
Back – with a new perspective
A long, long time ago Emir Pineda began his career as an intern at Miami airport, working for the hub for ten years. He then pursued his professional path in private enterprise for almost 20 years, before returning to the aviation gateway that is so crucial to Latin America...
Expanding all its activities
Militzer & Münch, a company domiciled in the Swiss city of St Gallen, intends to further step up its activities in Morocco. Diversification occupies a prominent place in the investments it is making in order to effect this expansion. In a conversation with the ITJ’s Jutta Iten,...
The right partners
The challenges of heavy cargo and project logistics are particularly demanding when they are headed for unusual destinations. Some firms see their chance in these situations, however. Christian Doepgen spoke to managing director Angelika Fischer in Zurich about partnerships...
“You have to think outside the box in Iran”
Markus Wäger is regional manager with the Austrian car logistician Hödlmayr. In this role he is also in charge of business in Iran. The company is currently active in imports into the latter country, but it also sees potential for vehicle exports.
A completely new team
Friday is Italsempione’s busiest day of the week, as groupage consignments bound for Algeciras and Morocco set off from Milan, amongst other tasks. Director Valerio Alpini and Daniele Garavaglia, head of the road haulage division, nevertheless took time out to talk to ITJ...
May the hibiscus flower
The Malaysian logistics industry is very dynamic these days. There is a lot of building work going on, amongst other things, as there is a great need to catch up in the field of warehousing. The port of Johor is entering into a collaboration deal with an Indonesian partner.
Still the biggest market
Iata’s regional report for February has it that the Asia-Pacific area is the world’s largest air cargo zone, accounting for 37% of the world’s airfreight performance. Routes to North America (+5.2%) and from the Middle East (+8.3%) have grown most since 2012.