Wider air cargo sector collaboration could reap more rewards from e-commerce boom

November 30, 2018 Alex Lennane

A mindset change is needed to give a further boost to air cargo’s ability to handle post and e-commerce, according to one industry leader.
While relationships between airlines and postal operators are developing well, the inclusion of handlers and airports into the relationship could boost efficiency further, says Stan Wraight, president and CEO of Strategic Aviation Solutions International.
And he thinks system integration should reach beyond airlines and postal agencies and include handling agents and airports, if ...

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