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DB Cargo voestalpineScrap is valuable as a sustainable raw material for steel production.

Together, the steel and technology group voestalpine and Europe's largest freight operating company DB Cargo are increasingly focusing on a circular economy. The aim is the resource-friendly and energy-efficient production of high-grade steel. More important steps on the journey to environmentally friendly steel production are now being taken. These include shuttle services by rail between major automotive plants, the use of new lightweight freight cars, and the large-scale reuse of industrial scrap. The logistics partnership between DB Cargo, voestalpine and Logistik Service GmbH (LogServ) has been confirmed for another two years.

Pierre Timmermanns, Member of the Management Board for Sales at DB Cargo AG: "DB Cargo offers customer-focused solutions for the cycle between steelworks and the automotive industry. For voestalpine, we transport steel and scrap to various industrial centers in Western and Northern Europe on our European rail network quickly and with zero carbon emissions, thus supporting the move toward green steel production."

Wolfgang Mitterdorfer, Member of the voestalpine Stahl GmbH Management Board: "The steel industry is on the cusp of a major transformation process towards environmentally friendly production. Our goal is to substantially increase the proportion of recycled scrap. This will ramp up the steel to scrap to steel cycle (recycling)."

To transport more than one million metric tons of steel/steel scrap per year in an environmentally friendly way, DB Cargo is already offering innovative transportation concepts from the Austrian voestalpine site in Linz, which combine the speed of block trains with the flexibility of the single wagonload network. The freight trains run several times a day and are coordinated with the customers' production rhythm based on a just-in-time delivery and collection model. In addition to other shuttle services, prototypes of the innovative TransANT freight car model (an innovative lightweight freight car for scrap) which can transport a 15 percent higher cargo volume, will also be used in the future. By transporting goods by rail in combination with 100 percent renewable power on electrified routes in Germany and Austria (DBeco plus), voestalpine already saves the environment more than 42,500 metric tons of CO₂ every year. The common goal is to further reduce CO₂ emissions from transportation in the coming years.

The "Schwaben Shuttle" already transports steel from Linz to southwestern Germany and from there on to voestalpine's German and French end customers. Another example is the "Bayern Shuttle", for which DB Cargo, together with LogServ and CargoServ, the logistics subsidiaries of the Steel Division of voestalpine AG, was awarded the German Logistics Prize 2021. This jointly developed transport concept meets several customer requirements at once: Firstly, the supply of voestalpine with high-quality scrap for steel production. Secondly, the supply of high-tech steel for the automotive industry in a closed loop.

DB Cargo thus transports half a million metric tons of steel and scrap per year between voestalpine's plants and the automotive industry in southern Germany. Worth noting is the fact that, with a round trip, voestalpine in Linz can ship steel to three different locations every day and obtain scrap from three places of dispatch.

Qatar arrives in AdelaideAn IATA hackathon is an around-the-clock event, that brings together teams of developers to innovate solutions that address an industry challenge.

Focused on industry standards and initiatives, developers deep dive into the aviation environment where they can work together to explore new business applications and generate exciting ideas. Solutions are presented to a jury, and the winners have the opportunity to share and communicate their solutions to the industry.

Mr. Guillaume Halleux, Chief Officer Cargo at Qatar Airways said: "Qatar Airways Cargo is thrilled to host the first ever IATA Cargo Hackathon in the Middle East. We look forward to welcoming innovative minds to Qatar to be a part of this exciting weekend and have the chance to churn out great ideas for the industry and also explore our diverse and wonderful city.

“Qatar Airways Cargo is at the forefront of advanced technology and is continuously investing in innovative solutions to enhance operational efficiency, visibility and security, and improve overall performance. We have invested heavily in digitalisation and it is a core pillar as a part of our Vision 2027 Strategy.

“We are proud to have been a part of industry leading initiatives including IATA One Record, Development of Cargo Interline Booking APIs for B2B OAL integrations (Marketing & Operating), Development of Auto-AWB Generation API on marketplaces, and Click-through Agreement on Online Services platform. We cannot wait to see what great initiatives can be developed in the Hackathon in November.”

Brendan Sullivan, Global Head of Cargo, IATA added: “Qatar Airways Cargo is the perfect partner to host the IATA Cargo hackathon. Their digital leadership and commitment to innovation creates the ideal environment for this event. Digitalization experts from around the world will gather to put the IATA data sharing standard ONE Record through its paces and demonstrate innovative use cases that will change air cargo.”

IATA's hackathon program was launched in 2015, initially focusing on airlines’ retailing capabilities. The scope has since evolved to address other areas including environment, payment, cargo, accessibility, among many others.

The hackathon success relies on a simple recipe: access to technologies via Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), a clock-ticking healthy pressure, and an industry challenge to be solved. All these three ingredients together encourage the emergence of the following three objectives: Development of new ideas for airline industry based on industry standards; Disruption by exposing new products and services from new startups and corporations to the industry; Enhancement of standards by exposing them to developer community who can provide direct feedback on the industry schemas.

Ethiopian Airlines Boeing Humanitarian Ethiopian Airlines Group, the fastest-growing airline brand globally and the continent’s largest airline brand, and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) signed an agreement on IATA CEIV Live Animals Certification Program on June 20, 2023 at the sidelines of IATA Focus Africa Conference hosted by Ethiopian Airlines Group at Ethiopian Skylight from June 20-21, 2023.

The signing of the CEIV Live Animal Project Initiation will be a first step to enable Ethiopian work hand-in-hand with IATA in getting CEIV certification which in turn allows our customers to see the global standards and requirements met by Ethiopian while transporting the precious animals we are entrusted with. As a result: Ethiopian will transport live animals with the world’s best quality services and standards; IATA’s latest Center of Excellence for Independent Validators (CEIV) certification provides confidence for live animals shippers; The CEIV’s certification high standards will lead to high customer satisfaction.

Underlining the significance signing the CEIV, Ethiopian Airlines Group Chief Executive Officer Mr. Mesfin Tasew said, “The agreement we are signing with IATA on CEIV Live Animals Certification Program ensures our commitment towards demonstrating quality services. We are positive that IATA CEIV Certification, a landmark in the transportation of live animals, will help us improve operation standards, quality management system, facility and infrastructure requirements. We would like to assure our customers that Ethiopian will continue to comply with the requirements of IATA that sets the industry’s policy and provides seamless aviation processes”.

Ethiopian Cargo and Logistics services carries out the transportation of special cargo like medical products, live animals and perishable products in compliance with international and industry standards. In recent years, Ethiopian has invested heavily on infrastructure, equipment, people, system, and processes to enhance its special cargo and logistics handling capabilities throughout its network.

Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services acquired IATA CEIV Pharma Certificate in December 2021. To ensure compliance with the highest standards and continuous improvement, we now signed CEIV Live Animal Project Initiation Agreement with IATA to become a holder of the IATA CEIV Live Animal Certificate which shows the length we go to assure our customers on the welfare of the animal’s we transport. After the CEIV Live Animal Certification, Ethiopian will continue to work closely with IATA to follow a harmonized and uniform application of compliance, standardization, accountability, and transparency for handling of live animals by air.

WESTJET READY 2023WestJet Cargo and Wiremind have embarked on a new initiative centred on improving capacity forecasting.

An exploration Proof of Concept is underway.

With WestJet Cargo’s recent renewal of its SKYPALLET contract with Wiremind, the decision to take the digital collaboration further and explore capacity forecasting improvements was made. A Proof of Concept (PoC) was initiated in April 2023 and will run for the next few months with a final enhancement expected in the second half of this year.

An Artificial Intelligence-driven capacity forecasting mechanism is already part of Wiremind’s optimization solution, CARGOSTACK Optimiser. Through a combination of advanced Machine Learning models and algorithms, Wiremind’s solution provides a more accurate estimate of the remaining cargo capacity for sale, after factoring in non-cargo items such as passenger baggage, fuel and other capacity consuming items. It can provide this capacity estimate in payload, volume and positional terms depending on the profile of the flight or the aircraft type operated.

“We understand that a key pain point for cargo teams at passenger-heavy airlines is determining how much cargo capacity they will be able to sell. This is why we developed our capacity forecasting solution to provide more accurate recommendations which cargo sales teams can trust,” states Nathanaël de Tarade, Chief Executive Officer of Wiremind Cargo. "We have been accompanying WestJet Cargo in its digital transformation since December 2019, when they became a SKYPALLET customer, and we are very excited to take this partnership a step further with this PoC.”

The new capacity forecast solution also complements SKYPALLET by providing a more accurate capacity definition within which SKYPALLET must optimize the flights’ bookings. Further iterations are planned for both solutions to work seamlessly together, such as automatically reconfiguring the aircraft to an optimal layout, to unlock further efficiencies.

"Having experienced the financial benefits and efficiencies that SKYPALLET brings to the cargo business, here at WestJet, where we have already implemented Wiremind’s software into our daily operations for three years, I am more than confident that our joint Proof of Concept will be an incredible success, confirms Kirsten de Bruijn, Executive Vice President Cargo at WestJet Cargo. "In the run-up to the flight, there are several variables and factors to consider, making intelligent digital support highly valuable. Given the current pace of change in machine learning and artificial intelligence, we are just at the beginning of the vast opportunities they can bring to the air cargo business. With Wiremind, we have a trusted and innovative SaaS provider that offers flexibility and reliability."

Atlas AirAtlas Air Inc., a subsidiary of Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings Inc., today announced Richard Broekman has been promoted to Executive Vice President, Chief Commercial Officer and Head of Sustainability.

In his new role, Mr. Broekman will be responsible for the development and execution of Atlas Air’s global commercial strategies, and the management of the corporate sales strategy for ACMI, CMI and Charter Services.

Additionally, Mr. Broekman will also assume an expanded role as Head of Sustainability to drive the Company’s commitment to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. In this capacity, Richard will lead development of the Company’s decarbonization strategies, which include partnering with its customers to implement sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and carbon offsetting initiatives.

Mr. Broekman succeeds Michael T. Steen, who today assumes the role of President and Chief Executive Officer of Atlas Air Worldwide, as previously announced.

Since joining Atlas in 2004 as a Flight and Revenue Analyst, Mr. Broekman has served in roles with increasing responsibility. He joined the Commercial team in 2008 and has served as Senior Director of Commercial Development and Revenue Management, and Vice President, Commercial Development and Charter Sales. In 2018, he was named Senior Vice President, Global Sales and Commercial Development.

“Richard brings a strong personal commitment to our Company’s mission to be our customers’ first choice and most valued partner,” said Mr. Steen. “He is well-respected across the air cargo industry and brings extensive expertise across many facets of the business. Under his strong leadership, we look forward to continuing to serve our blue-chip roster of customers with the world class performance that defines Atlas.”

“I am very proud of the role we serve in the global supply chain, and am excited for the opportunity to build on our position as one of the world’s largest freighter operators,” said Mr. Broekman. “It is a great honor to lead this team as we partner with our customers to help them achieve their business goals and deliver on our shared commitments to sustainability and corporate citizenship.”

FedEx CFO to retire FedEx Corporation (NYSE: FDX) announced today that Michael C. Lenz will retire as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer effective July 31, 2023.

An external search is underway for his successor. Lenz will serve as a Senior Advisor at FedEx until Dec. 31, 2023, to help ensure a smooth transition.

“On behalf of the entire FedEx team, I want to thank Mike for his 18 years of dedicated service to the company,” said Raj Subramaniam, FedEx Corp. president and chief executive officer. “Mike has successfully led our finance organization for the past three years while helping the company navigate a period of significant change. We are grateful for his dedication and tireless work. He is leaving FedEx well positioned for the future as we continue to execute on our transformation.”

FedEx has begun a comprehensive external search for his replacement with a focus on identifying a successor who combines deep financial expertise with strong operational capabilities.

Lenz was named CFO in March 2020 and helped lead the company through the global pandemic. His leadership also helped lay the groundwork for the upcoming consolidation of the company’s core operating companies into one FedEx.

“I am grateful to the FedEx leadership team for the honor and privilege to serve as CFO during this pivotal time in the company’s history,” Lenz said. “FedEx is well positioned for the tremendous opportunities ahead, and I want to thank the entire FedEx team for their hard work and unwavering commitment to lead us here. I have immense optimism for the bright future of this extraordinary company, and I look forward to supporting a smooth transition for my successor.”

Lenz joined FedEx in 2005 as Vice President of Finance at FedEx Office. He became Staff Vice President of Strategic Finance at FedEx Corporation in 2010, followed by a promotion to Corporate Vice President and Treasurer in 2012. Prior to joining FedEx, Lenz worked at American Airlines and Boeing.

DP World CP World DP World’s SeaRates has now integrated with C P World to help digitise global trade and provide more choice for smaller cargo owners and freight forwarders operating around the world.

The integration means customers moving less than a full container load will benefit from streamlined logistics processes, real-time information, and enhanced efficiency from SeaRates, just like their bigger counterparts.

Based in Singapore, C P World operates globally, providing seamless logistics services with air, ocean, and land transportation, as well as documentation and customs clearance for customers. As a neutral cargo consolidator, it specialises in logistics for small and medium sized businesses that may not require an entire container for their cargos.

With this integration, SeaRates will now provide customers with enhanced real-time container availability and pricing information, empowering shippers to compare rates across a broader range of carriers.

By optimising container space and efficiently consolidating Less than Container Load (LCL) shipments, SeaRates enables cost savings for shippers while contributing to a more sustainable global supply chain. These advancements further establish SeaRates' position as a leading logistics solution provider catering to businesses of all sizes.

Mike Bhaskaran, COO of Digital Technology at DP World said: “As a leader in supply chain logistics and technology, we are excited to expand our offerings for SMEs, startups and individuals who require access to international trade. This new partnership will provide SeaRates customers with access to exclusive ocean freights and schedules in over 30 countries, allowing them to book LCL shipments through the online platform. This is particularly advantageous for customers with seasonal or promotional products, as it will provide them with cost savings and more flexibility in their bookings, while tapping into new market segments and broadening customer bases.”

Ken Chiang, Group CEO of C P World said: “As a neutral, market leading ocean freight consolidator, C P World is excited to partner with SeaRates, DP World to offer comprehensive LCL ocean freight rates, schedules and services thereby digitalising freight and creating sustainable solutions.”

maersk eCommerce A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk) today announced a revolutionary eCommerce fulfilment solution in India with which all elements of an eCommerce fulfilment solution will be available through a single window at a flat rate of INR 80 per order.

This solution has primarily been targeted at a typical small or medium eCommerce business in India that relies on multiple logistics partners for different activities. With this solution, Maersk is taking the complexities out of its customers’ supply chains by providing single window access to all required solutions, such as storage in warehouses, last-mile deliveries and executing return orders, all while providing end-to-end visibility at unified pricing.

"India’s eCommerce business has great growth potential. But the highly fragmented market and supply chain complexity are hurdles to many businesses' growth. With our new solution, we want to stay true to our purpose of improving life for all by integrating the world. With our ‘One Country, one Price’ solution, we will take complexities out of our customers’ supply chains and grow with them as they focus on what they do the best." Vikash Agarwal, Managing Director, Maersk South Asia.

The recent India e-Conomy Report 2023 shows that in India, the average hours spent per day per user are 6.5 as compared to 5.5 in China and 7 in the USA. However, when it comes to digital payments, the number of real-time transactions per capita per year is 65 in India as compared to 12 in China and 8 in the USA. India had 220 million online shoppers between May 2022 and May 2023. Further, the report shows there are 700 million internet users in the country, of which 350 million use digital payments. These staggering statistics prove the potential the eCommerce sector holds in India.

In a typical fulfilment solution for an eCommerce business, multiple interfaces are involved that take care of different elements of logistics. It all starts with picking up finished goods from a manufacturing facility or origin and moving them to a warehouse. Then comes the element of receiving orders through an online eCommerce platform and connecting that order for further processing at a warehouse before it is delivered to the end consumer. All these solutions are managed by more than one logistics partner in India. With the new eCommerce fulfilment solution, all these logistics requirements will be available to the eCommerce business through Maersk as a single partner. The enablers for Maersk to deploy such a solution include multiple warehousing facilities in multiple cities.

The prevalent fragmented logistics solutions are also responsible for fragmented billing. ECommerce businesses are charged differently and separately for each logistics service rendered, making for extremely complex billing. With its ‘One Country, One Price’ solution, Maersk is bringing all the services under a single charge of INR 80 / USD 1 per order. This will include 60 days of storage, delivery across India covering 18000 pin codes in 48 hours, 20% returns to origin (RTO) and at no fixed monthly costs or no minimum orders.

MIA global accreditation In recognition of its commitment to "prioritizing and ensuring an accessible, safe, and inclusive traveling experience for passengers with disabilities," Miami International Airport has been accredited by the Airports Council International (ACI) Accessibility Enhancement Accreditation (AEA) program.

MIA is the first airport in Florida and the second in the United States to be accredited by the program, which was created by ACI in September 2022 based on existing international best practices and recommendations, including those in the ACI Airport and Persons with Disability Handbook. The AEA program also received input from global airport members, industry partners, and accessibility advocacy groups.

"We strive to make Miami-Dade County services as accessible as possible to all of our residents, which is why I am so proud that MIA’s efforts to serve travelers with disabilities are being recognized internationally. As MIA continues to grow and improve at every level, this global accreditation is evidence that the customer experience at the gateway to our community is on the right track." Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava.

MIA earned the three-year accreditation by completing a detailed questionnaire developed with the support of the ACI Accessibility Advisory Group, which includes representatives from member airports, training providers, consultants, and accessibility organizations. Independent subject matter experts then performed an online validation interview with MIA representatives to evaluate the questionnaire.

"Your airport has successfully proven its ability and commitment to ensure an accessible, safe, and inclusive airport experience for passengers, airport workers, and the visiting public with disabilities, including physical impairments and non-apparent disabilities, as well as the elderly. It is crucial that airports ensure they prioritize their national regulations on all matters related to accessibility, safety, and inclusiveness of travelers, airport workers, and the visiting public, when applicable, while continuously enhancing access for all and aiming to remove barriers in the airport experience. We feel confident that your efforts will help us in achieving this common goal." Luis Felipe de Oliveira, Director General, ACI World.

Within the last 10 years, MIA’s MyMIAccess program has launched a diverse menu of accessibility services, such as: the MIAair tour program, which allows passengers with disabilities the opportunity to practice the travel experience in a safe and controlled environment; accessibility lanes in its U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) areas; wheelchair charging stations at 10 convenient locations; sunflower lanyards free of charge to travelers with hidden disabilities; multi-sensory rooms in its North and South terminals, where young passengers with cognitive and developmental disabilities can find a calming place to relax during the travel experience; the Aira Airport Network, a free mobile service that allows blind or low-vision travelers to receive navigation assistance at MIA; and seven service animal relief areas with indoor and outdoor locations.

"We have worked tirelessly to meet and exceed the needs of our travelers with disabilities, which makes ACI’s accreditation of our accessibility services extremely gratifying. We are making additional improvements to our airport terminal, with the goal of providing greater customer satisfaction to all of our visitors." Ralph Cutié, MIA Director and CEO.

The ACI accreditation is the latest in a series of accolades MIA has received for its accessibility services. In July 2022, MIA received the Civil Rights Advocate and Partner Award from the Federal Aviation Administration, which honors ADA coordinators and airport sponsors who have demonstrated excellence in meeting the letter and the spirit of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. MIA also won the 2021 Airport Accessibility Award during the 6th Annual Airport Passengers with Reduced Mobility (PRM) Leadership Conference, after earning 50 percent of the votes from the virtual conference’s 159 attendees from 42 countries around the world.

ACI, the trade association of the world’s airports, was founded in 1991 with the objective of fostering cooperation among its member airports and other partners in world aviation, including the International Civil Aviation Organization, the International Air Transport Association, and the Civil Air Navigation Services Organization. ACI currently serves 712 members operating 1,925 airports in 171 countries.

DP World electric straddleDP World is investing £12m in eight new straddle carriers to service the ground-breaking new fourth berth at its London Gateway logistics hub.

The innovative new machines will be part of the first all-electric fleet in the world to go into commercial operation at a port and herald a major step forward for the sustainability of the global supply chain. Each straddle carrier, which moves containers handled by the quay cranes and then services onward forms of transport via road and rail, reduces carbon emissions by 54% compared with non-electric models, a figure that will increase over time as London Gateway continues to transition its electricity supply to zero carbon sources.

Andrew Bowen, UK Chief Operating Officer at DP World, said: “After three years of successful trials at London Gateway in an operational environment, we are delighted to announce that we have placed a £12m order for eight fully electric straddle carriers to service our new fourth berth. This news represents the culmination of four years of work in partnership with Kalmar, with whom we first converted a hybrid straddle carrier into a fully electric machine in 2019.”

“These straddle carriers are capable of operating for up to four hours without needing to be recharged and when required the battery can be charged in just 45 minutes. This latest investment in green innovation reinforces DP World’s commitment to mitigating the impacts of climate change by becoming a net zero logistics organisation by 2050.”

Mikko Mononen, Vice President, Sales Management, Horizontal Transportation, at Kalmar, added: “Our new high-energy battery technology has been developed in response to customer demand for a battery-based solution that is more closely aligned with their operating patterns. We have been working with DP World at London Gateway for many years on solutions to help them improve efficiency and reduce the impact of their operations on the environment. The terminal has been piloting a fully electric straddle carrier since 2018, and this project has served to demonstrate that fully electric machines are the optimal next step on the terminal’s decarbonisation journey.”

The straddle carriers will go into service next summer on completion of London Gateway’s £350m new fourth berth, where all major equipment is expected to be electric thereby making it one of the most sustainable ever built. It represents the latest in a series of investments which DP World has made to help green the UK supply chain, with its Southampton logistics hub reporting its most sustainable year ever in 2022 after eliminating fossil diesel from its operations entirely and transitioning to Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO). Using the renewable biodiesel is expected to cut carbon emissions from fleet and installations by 90%.

Qatar Airways Bogota Qatar Airways Cargo, a global leader in air cargo transportation, along with its ground handling partner Qatar Aviation Services (QAS) Cargo is proud to announce its latest achievement – the IATA Centre of Excellence for Independent Validators in Perishable Logistics (CEIV Fresh) certification.

With this certification, the cargo carrier reinforces its position as a reliable partner for customers seeking safe and efficient transportation solutions for perishable cargo. The IATA CEIV Fresh standard encompasses the entire supply chain, including both operational and technical aspects, ensuring that perishable goods maintain their freshness, quality, and integrity throughout the transportation process.

This remarkable milestone not only sets a new benchmark for excellence in the industry but also establishes the cargo carrier and its ground handler in Doha as the first and only airline worldwide with its GHA to have attained the complete suite of IATA CEIV certifications – CEIV Fresh, CEIV Lithium Batteries, CEIV Live Animals, CEIV Pharma, IEnvA registered and United for Wildlife programme.

Mr. Guillaume Halleux, Chief Officer Cargo at Qatar Airways said: "Qatar Airways Cargo and QAS Cargo’s achievement of the IATA CEIV Fresh certification reflects our pursuit for excellence and our unwavering commitment to our customers, keeping them always at the heart of everything we do. Being the first and only airline worldwide along with our GHA to achieve the complete suite of IATA CEIV certifications is a testament to our dedication and hard work to delivering the highest standards of quality and reliability in air cargo transportation."

"We congratulate Qatar Airways Cargo, along with its ground handling partner Qatar Aviation Services (QAS) on successfully obtaining the IATA Centre of Excellence for Independent Validators in Perishable Logistics (CEIV Fresh) certification, further showcasing their commitment to maintaining high global standards. This certification is a boost to their service offerings, demonstrating efficient and high-quality handling of perishable goods. Qatar Airways Cargo and QAS Cargo are the first companies globally to complete the full suite of IATA CEIV certifications, reinforcing their position at the forefront of air logistics," said Brendan Sullivan, IATA’s Global Head of Cargo.

CEIV Fresh certification demonstrates Qatar Airways Cargo's sustained commitment to the highest standards when handling and transporting perishable goods. This is achieved through quality and risk management, trainings for staff handling the transport of perishables, transparent and open communication as well as collaboration with its partners and stakeholders. By obtaining this esteemed accreditation, the airline and its ground handler, QAS Cargo, have proven their ability to meet the stringent requirements for the transportation of all kinds of fresh produce and perishables such as fruits, vegetables, seafood, meat and flowers.

Qatar Airways Cargo has consistently invested in state-of-the-art facilities, cutting-edge technology, and robust quality control measures in the industry. This achievement reflects the firm dedication of Qatar Airways Cargo and QAS Cargo teams in providing superior service to their customers while prioritising the safety and well-being of any cargo being transported and offering a seamless cool chain for all perishable products.

Between 1 April 2022 – 31 March 2023, the cargo carrier transported more than 285,000 tonnes of perishables. The cargo carrier is an elected member of IATA’s Perishable Cargo Working Group (PCWG), IATA Live Animals and Perishables Board (LAPB) and is also a member of Pharma.aero and a board member of the Cool Chain Association since 2021, making significant contributions to improve the temperature-sensitive supply chain while reducing food loss and waste in the perishables sector.

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