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.

Source:
http://www.aircargoworld.com/Air-Cargo-World-News/2014/10/exports-boost-asia-pacific-freight/6850

BAC announces new GSA – Chile

BAC is proud to announce ACS Air Cargo Services S.A. as its new GSA representative in Santiago, Chile

For rates and more information please contact:

Chile:

ACS Air Cargo Services S.A.
Capitan Manuel Avalos 1854, Ex Servisair 2do Piso, Sector
Carga Nacional, Aeropuerto Arturo Merino Benitez, AMB

SCL, Santiago – Chile

Contact:
Jose Manuel Vergara (josemanuel.vergara@bringer.com)
Nelson Gamboa (nelson.gamboa@bringer.com)

Tel: 56-2-6010582

Bringer and Safety

BAC strictly follows every regulation for handling and transporting hazardous materials specified by the IATA Regulation Manual for Hazardous Materials. This type of goods may pose a significant health risk, safety, and property due to its explosive, combustible, oxidizing, radioactive, or corrosive characteristics. Therefore, it is important to understand every precaution BAC takes when providing this type of service to ensure safe transportation from point of origin to final destination.

Industry News

Industry News:

  • Checklist for time & temperature sensitive healthcare shipments will be mandatory:

Effective 1 July 2013, the Acceptance Checklist Requirements for Time and Temperature Sensitive Healthcare Shipments will become mandatory for the transportation of healthcare cargo shipments. Read more: https://www.iata.org/publications/tracker/jun-2013/Pages/time-and-temperature.aspx

BAC announces new GSA

BAC is proud to announce New Asia Express LTD. as its new GSA representative in Taipei and Hong Kong.

For rates and more information please contact:

Taipei:

New Asia Express LTD.
Room 1001, 10F, No. 108, Chang An. E. Rd, Sec. 2,

Taipei – Taiwan, R.O.C.

Contact: Jenny Wu (jenny.wu@bringer.com)

Tel: 886-2-2503-6948

Hong Kong:

New Asia Express LTD.
624-626, 6/F, Pacific Trade Center, 2 Kai Hing Rd.

Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong

Contact: Jenny Wu (jenny.wu@bringer.com)

Tel: 852-2772-2038

BAC Services

BAC Charter: Bringer Air Cargo offers the capacity to source any aircraft needs for the clients’ requirements. BAC charter team assists clients who needs moving the most urgent and oversized cargo at the exact moment needed. Our key industry partners allow us to move your cargo to any area in the world.

Perishables: Perishables are goods which need to be maintained under specific conditions in order to keep their essential qualities of the components. Most of the time, when transporting this type of cargo, it is necessary to keep certain means of preservation, such as temperature control, in order to maintain the original characteristics a perishable. Bringer Air Cargo makes sure that this preservation is done in such a manner that the goods are conserved under stable conditions during their mobilization between the producer and the consumer.

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Aviation Security

Bringer Air Cargo takes the necessary precaution when handling cargo. It is very important for us the security of everyone who handles each shipment from the point of origin to the final destination.

Results: Stronger, Smarter, and More Resilient

  • As required by the 9/11 Act, 100 percent of all cargo transported on passenger aircraft departing U.S. airports is now screened commensurate with screening of passenger checked baggage.
  • International inbound air cargo is more secure than it has ever been, with 100 percent of identified high risk cargo being screened.
  • CBP now screens 100 percent of southbound rail shipments for illegal weapons, drugs, and cash, has expanded Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) coverage to the entire Southwest border and completed 651 miles of fencing.
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Aircraft Types

Cargo airplanes have the most important and critical role in the air cargo industry. Also, it is important to understand and identify the different type of aircraft’s being used to make international trade possible.

BAC counts with different types of aircraft’s in order to make possible the transportation of every shipment. Also, some of these aircraft’s have special characteristics which help the mobilization of those shipments under special conditions, such as Perishable Goods or Dangerous Goods.

The History of Cargo Aircraft:

In the early 1900’s, the very first cargo planes were invented. However, they were not used to transport cargo when they were initially developed, but it was not until the mid-1920’s that cargo planes were being manufactured for the purpose of transporting cargo.

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Mother’s Day and The Air Cargo Industry

Mother’s Day makes a big impact on Air Cargo Industry every year. During this day, there are thousands of flowers being transported around the world under the most special and appropriate conditions, so every mother receives the most beautiful flowers around the world .

BAC is part of this important day by making sure each flower is transported under the right temperature in order to maintain its original characteristics. The preservation must be done in such a manner that the flowers are conserved under stable conditions during their mobilization between the producer and the consumer.

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Bringer – Fuel Surcharge

Dear Global Partners & Valued Customers:

Recent conditions in the oil and fuel markets have led Bringer to decrease the fuel surcharge. Bringer is decreasing its fuel surcharge to $1.40 per kilo of chargeable weight. This decrease will become effective April 16th, 2014 in USA.

We will continue to monitor fuel prices, and if conditions change, we will make the appropriate adjustments.

The amount of the surcharge should be included in the “other charges, due carrier” box of the air waybill.

We thank you for your usual support.