Intermodal 2016

Bringer Air Cargo would like to thank all of its partners, friends and customers for stopping by our booth at the Intermodal 2016. Here are some moments to share with you.

ACA 2015

Bringer Air Cargo would like to thank all of its partners, friends and customers for stopping by our booth at the Air Cargo Americas Show 2015. Here are some moments to share with you.


IATA and UNECE has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in order to provide a strong support to those countries that are developing and are looking to implement the World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement.

This Agreement promises to reduce transportation cost by up to 10% which will help developing countries to be more competitive in the global economy. The MoU, IATA and UNECE will help these countries implement the relevant measures to realize costs savings.

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IATA and Eurocontrol

IATA and EUROCONTROL will support the development of improved aeronautical information services in Africa by signing an agreement on June 30, 2015. It will support African States that are part of ICAO AFI Region and their Air Navigation Services Providers (ANSPs) in improving Aeronautical Information Services (AIS), including transition from AIS to Aeronautical Information Management (AIM).

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Air Cargo Growth

International air freight will drive overall world air cargo growth through 2031.

Over the next 20 years, world air cargo traffic will grow 5.2% per year. Air freight, including express traffic, will average 5.3% annual growth, measured in RTKs. Air mail traffic will grow much more slowly, averaging only 0.9% annual growth through 2031. Overall, world air cargo traffic will increase from 202.4 billion RTKs in 2011 (down from its 2010 record of 204.2 billion RTKs) to more than 558.3 billion RTKs in 2033.

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Bringer and Technology

  • BAC

has taken advantage of the several technology offered by the industry. BAC is not only using equipment focused on the transportation of the goods, but also it is focused on making it easier for the clients to receive a complete service. Part of the service is providing the accurate information about any cargo BAC handles. Furthermore, BAC new tracking feature has helped maintain a direct and clear communication with the different clients which allow them to follow continuously their cargo from the point of origin to its final destination. Furthermore, BAC provides you the option to sign up for tracking email notifications. For further details, contact any of our representatives.

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Asia Pacific freight sees exports boost

AAPA, the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines, has informed that freight demand has boosted as a result of ongoing improvement in international trade and growth from Asian manufacturing centers. A 5.3 percent increase in international freight demand was reported during September. When combining this data with a 4 percent growth in freight capacity, the average international load factor moved slightly, 0.8 percentage points higher. This brings the international freight load factor to 64.1 percent for the month.