STAT Trade Times (Feb’ 2012): Indian Air Cargo gears up for 2012

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The February 2012 issue of the STAT Trade Times is around the corner! As Air Cargo India 2012 is drawing closer, the spotlight is clearly on the Indian air cargo industry. Here’s a sneak preview of what the issue will offer…

Preview of ACI 2012 – What does the fourth edition of Air Cargo India 2012 offer its visitors? Your definite guide to know who’s participating and what the leaders will be talking about. Never been to the event? Then, it’s a must-read to know what you’re missing out on!

Indian GSAs – Over the next four years, 40 per cent of air freight volumes will be generated by general sales agents (GSAs). But representing an airline is no easy task, especially in a market like India, as airlines get demanding, asking for deeper commitment of service in exchange for lesser commission. Know more!

Indian Air Cargo policy – The Ministry of Civil Aviation in India expects India to be among the top five aviation markets in the world. Based on the Report of the Working Group on Civil Aviation for the formulation of 12th Five Year Plan, you will know what is in store for Indian air cargo!

Indian Air Cargo – The global impact is beginning to take its toll, with Reserve Bank of India (RBI) increasing its interest rates, inflation getting out of control, and unstable fuel prices. In terms of tonnage, airlines are witnessing a decline in their throughput. Amidst this, where is Indian air cargo headed in 2012?

Indian Supply Chain – In the bid to enhance their supply chain capabilities, logistics companies in India are busy adopting the latest IT processes to enable stream-ling of operations.

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