Trans-Pacific Air Cargo Trade – Is the Best Yet to Come? An air cargo China panel finds out.

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Pandemic, disruptions in ocean container shipping and geopolitics have all had a very strong impact on the air cargo volumes moving across the transpacific from Asia to North America for a very long time. But the transpacific air cargo market is set for a busier summer than usual and the last quarter of the year could see even more robust demand for air cargo due to factors such as disruption to ocean freight services in the Red Sea, a still-resilient US economy and the e-commerce boom out of China. However, when it comes to demand for air cargo, Asia continues to be on top followed by North America.

At the air cargo China and transport logistic China exhibition and conference in Shanghai, Reji John, Editor, STAT Media Group, moderates a panel on the air cargo trade in the trans-Pacific lane and finds out from the panel speakers whether the best is yet to come after the pandemic.

The panel that includes industry experts like Kathy Liu, GM Shanghai Air Freight & VP Global Sales and Marketing, Dimerco; Joanna Li, Executive Director Commercial & Business Development, Hactl; Alvin Tay, SVP Sales & Marketing Asia Pacific, Atlas Air and Sean Dolan, CEO, NorthLink Aviation; discuss and debate the trends shaping an uptick in demand and the challenges that continue to accompany them.

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