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ISSUE 7 2020


Feature: Breakbulk Powers Through the Pandemic p12

Feature: Air Cargo More Challenges, Opportunities Ahead p22

In this Issue


World’s 1st 23,000 TEU Vessel

Powered by LNG p5

Air-City, Seko

Logistics Launch International

Parcel Service p9

In partnership with global airfreight forwarders and Korean Air Cargo, Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK) recently became the world’s only airport serving Korean Air Cargo’s new fleet of cargo- converted passenger aircraſt. In these uncharted times, Korean Air Cargo has boldly initiated

new nonstop cargo service between

Seoul, Korea and

Columbus, Ohio. The passenger seats of two of Korean Air Cargo’s Boeing

777-300 aircraſt were removed to allow more freight capacity. This reconfiguring for cargo takes advantage of otherwise idle aircraſt, temporarily out of commission due to the suspension of international passenger flights. These cargo-only flights

carrying clothing, automobile parts, electronics parts and other products link Korean Air Cargo’s extensive cargo hub in Seoul to Columbus. Rickenbacker International is

one of the world’s only cargo- dedicated airports, moving airfreight between planes and trucks faster than any other global gateway, and serving the eastern half of the United States and Canada. “Progressive companies like

Korean Air Cargo are drawn to Rickenbacker’s geographic advantage, world-class logistics assets and robust logistics ecosystem,” said Joseph R. Nardone, President & CEO of the Columabus Regional Airport

Cathay Pacific launches 12-week cargo service to Pittsburgh

Cathay Pacific Airways launched a temporary expansion on September

21 of Americas,

its operations in with

a the 12-week cargo service linking Pittsburgh to International

Airport (PIT) with Southeast Asia,

supplement the

Authority. “Thanks to our supportive air freight forwarding community and hardworking cargo handling teams, we are well-positioned to continue expanding our service.” “Columbus is an emerging

cargo base for American retail distribution and logistics companies,” said JD Eum, Senior VP of Korean Air Cargo. “We are pleased to enter into this new partnership with Rickenbacker, a leading cargo airport that is helping us connect with our

airline’s existing network of 19 cargo stations throughout the Americas, including East Coast cargo services to Boston, Newark, and Washington, Dulles, and a dedicated freighter port at New York (JFK). The first arrival touched

customers around the globe.” Korean Air Cargo is currently

running six weekly flights out of LCK. As the initial demand for

personal protective equipment (PPE) wanes, some cargo companies are beginning to see more traditional shipments such as auto parts and electronics. Korean

Air Cargo’s diversity

of customers compliments Rickenbacker’s retail and eCommerce fulfillment operations in Columbus.

down in Pittsburgh today at 10:30am local time, carrying consumer goods from Asia. The temporary service will

originate in Ho Chi Minh (SGN), stopping at Cathay Pacific’s Cargo Terminal at Hong Kong International Airport, landing

+ our regular From the Editor p.4

Logistics Roundup p.2 Airfreight Roundup p.6

Road & Rail Roundup p.7 Shipping Roundup p.8

in PIT every Monday and Thursday until Nov. 26, 2020. Flight

CX8800 instead of will be

operated by a reconfigured Boeing 777-300ER passenger aircraft


Pacific’s go-to ultra-long-haul

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