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Airbus expects freighter fleet to increase by 65% over the next 20 years

Airbus expects freighter fleet to increase by 65% over the next 20 years-Forwardernews

The aircraft manufacturer today released its biennial market forecast, with its figures showing that the number of freighter aircraft will grow from 1,650 at the start of the year to 2,722 by the end of 2037.
The fleet at that time will be made up of 826 new build freighters, 1,560 will be converted aircraft while the remaining 336 will be aircraft that currently exist today.
Broken down regionally, North American airlines, the home of freighter operator giants FedEx and UPS, will continue to have the largest all-cargo fleet with 1,080 aircraft, followed by the Asia Pacific with 802 and Europe with 405.

Boeing and Embraer are taking on Airbus and Bombardier with a new $4.8 billion joint venture

Multimodal Americas-ForwardernewsBoeing and Embraer are taking on Airbus and Bombardier with a new $4.8 billion joint venture-Forwardernews

The new joint venture will consist of Embraer's commercial aircraft and services divisions and Boeing's commercial development, production, and marketing and lifecycle services operations.

SF Airlines tops China's air express industry with 45 all-cargo freighters

SF Airlines tops China's air express industry with 45 all-cargo freighters-Forwardernews

This is the fourth freighter added to the SF Airlines fleet this year, the largest all-cargo air freighter fleet in China's air express industry, SF Airlines said.
To date, there are 23 B757-200, 17 B737 and five B767 all-cargo freighters in the SF Airlines fleet.
Based in Shenzhen, SF Airlines focuses on providing air express and customized air freight services to SF Express.
With its nationwide and global network, SF Airlines has transported around 2 million tonnes of cargo since operations began in 2009.

Transatlantic air cargo a win-win situation

Transatlantic air cargo a win-win situation-Forwardernews

The transatlantic is a robust bi-directional airfreight market and has improved significantly over the past year. Industry players are adding capacity on the transatlantic routes that is driven by rapid growth in e-commerce, high-tech, automotive and pharma sectors. Moreover, the traditionally slower summer season is now witnessing growth in air trade.

The future of freight is in Rotterdam

The future of freight is in Rotterdam-Forwardernews

People who are not involved in the industry get excited about the prospect of being able to commute to work without ever touching the wheel or being able to call an autonomous vehicle after a night on the town, while the industry’s workforce worries about the prospect of being replaced with a heartless and spiritless machine that can work around the clock. For the more than 8 million workers involved in the freight and supply chain industry, the concept has very personal implications.
So when we are told that the autonomous future has arrived, we are naturally curious and willing to fly wherever to see it in action. Our latest journey took us to the largest port in Europe, the port of Rotterdam. Rotterdam is a bustling city just outside of Amsterdam.

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