At American Airlines Cargo, we’ve been on a mission for 75 years – to move with you and for you. Whether it’s North America to Europe, Latin America to Asia or everywhere in between, our award-winning team and interline partners work to connect the world. With 6,700 daily flights, we move your goods wherever they need to go. From routing to rates, we’re here for you.
dnata is one of the world’s largest air services providers. Established in 1959, the company ensures the aviation industry operates smoothly and efficiently in 127 airports. Offering ground handling, cargo, travel, and flight catering services in 35 countries across six continents, dnata is a trusted partner for over 300 airline customers around the world. Each day, the company handles over 1,900 flights, moves over 8,500 tons of cargo, books over 16,000 hotel stays, and uplifts over 320,000 meals.
FlyUs Aviation Group is an independent, privately-owned GSSA. Our focus is our customers, staff, airlines and partners, for whom we constantly strive for industry innovation and advancement. Our people are our strongest assets and we promote and enjoy a family culture around the globe. Established partnerships with more than 34 airlines across 30 countries allow us to pioneer collaborative projects and investment into digital solutions, a partnership approach for airline clients, analytics, information flow and the customer experience. Find out more about our tailored and value added services Visit us at flyus.aero
Liege Airport is Belgium's number one cargo airport. Daily freighter connections to Asia, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas, cargorail connections to China and a European air and road network have turned LGG into a global multimodal cargo hub.The flexibility of the airport, the location and the dedicated infrastructure and specialized procedures enable the cargo to arrive at final destination faster. LGG cargo community focuses on express and e-commerce, perishables and pharmaceuticals, outsize cargo and live animals.In 2020, the importance of dedicated freighter operations, #freightersfirst, stood out like never before. LGG thanks everybody to keep the PPE materials moving when needed the most.
SEGRO is a UK Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT), and a leading owner, manager and developer of modern warehouses and industrial property. It owns or manages 8.1 million square metres of space (88 million square feet) valued at £13.3 billion serving customers from a wide range of industry sectors. Its properties are located in and around major cities and at key transportation hubs in the UK and in seven other European countries.
For 100 years SEGRO has been creating the space that enables extraordinary things to happen. From modern big box warehouses, used primarily for regional, national and international distribution hubs, to urban warehousing located close to major population centres and business districts, it provides high-quality assets that allow its customers to thrive.
Wexco Cargo GSSA has 40 years experience in providing sales and services to our valued clients and Airline partners.
We have been successful in developing cargo growth for our airline partners since 1979 and an industry founder and pathfinder in the GSSA World. Wexco Cargo GSSA has a wealth of knowledge and experience. Our highly trained staff have the knowledge, experience and can do attitude within the GSSA and Forwarding industry, backed up by our European management team to assist you where required.
Wexco Airfreight (UK) Limited, was originally created in 1979 by John Barnett, Don Champion and Varin Pulsirivong. The first carrier represented was JAT Airways Cargo back in 1979.
The Kales Group B. V. obtained Wexco Airfreight (UK) Ltd in April 2009 and The Republic of Ireland was established in April 2010.
Wexco Airfreight GSSA was re-branded in 2019 to Wexco Cargo GSSA to celebrate 40 years in the industry and modernize the Wexco branding.
Since making its airline boardroom debut in 1985, Airline Business has forged areputation for high-quality, in-depth reporting on the industry's strategic and economic drivers. Airline Business features in-depth cover interviews with top industry leaders. It regularly deals with management issues, including corporate strategy, alliances, marketing, cost control, yields, financial performance and labor.
FlightGlobal provides information, news, conferences and recruitment to help people and businesses to learn more, networkand grow in the aviation industry.
With 110 years of aviation publishing, FlightGlobal is one of the industry’s leading news sources, including respected publications; Flight International, Airline Business, aviation event Dailies and flightglobal.com.
A growing conferences program within the FlightGlobal portfolio is addressing key market issues and questions in aviation, and FlightJobs recruitment supports individuals throughout their career and enables organizations to find the best aviation talent.
Air Cargo New's sister publication, Freighters World, is the world’s only publication dedicated to the all-cargo industry and has built up a loyal readership of business leaders.
Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International (HLPFI) is a division of DVV Media International Limited and is firmly established as the leading media presence for professionals involved in the logistics of over-dimensional and heavy cargoes. Written by an international team of award-winning journalists, HLPFI delivers essential information about the movement of such cargoes across the whole range of transport modes.
In addition to news, each issue of the magazine contains interviews with prominent industry figures and topical features presented in an easy-to-read editorial format.
HLPFI is a forum for discussions between companies on both the demand and supply side of the business and aims always to be on the same wavelength as the readership it serves, delivering real value for money for its advertisers.
First published in 2007, HLPFI now has a distribution of over 22,000, delivered to owners and operators of heavy lift equipment and facilities, specialist freight forwarding companies, as well as shipping and logistics managers working for EPCs, and companies involved in the development of infrastructure for energy, mining, civil engineering, oil and gas, offshore, and industrial manufacturing facilities.