Global Air Cargo 2008

  • ID: 681828
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 236 Pages
  • Transport Intelligence
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Air China
  • Cargolux
  • China Eastern
  • Etihad Airways
  • Gulf Air
  • Korean Air
  • MORE
A report examining the dynamics and market environment of the global air cargo sector including profiles of all the major cargo carriers

Air Cargo – a vital element of global supply chains ‘Aircraft carry around 2% of international trade by volume, but around 40% by value’ - FedEx chief operating officer Michael Ducker.

Air Cargo is an integral part of many manufacturers’ and retailers’ global supply chains, allowing companies in a range of sectors to operate in lean inventory environments.

Air cargo operations allow fast, frequent and predictable transit between more and more parts of the world as an increasing number of companies out-source to remote locations. Decreasing product cycles for high value, high tech goods have made fast delivery to market essential. Perishable commodities such as foodstuffs or flowers can be delivered into markets on the opposite side of the world in perfect condition. Periodicals can be delivered to readers worldwide while still current. Local industries have become global traders and consumers can enjoy goods from any part of the world.

In this respect the Air Cargo sector has played an essential, although understated, role in the development of the global economy. Its continued development is key to the on-going success of globalisation.

Global Air Cargo 2008 report provides, amongst others, the following information:

- The top ten global air cargo carriers
- The size of the air cargo market
- The key air cargo lanes
- The strategies of the main air cargo carriers
- The forecast growth of the market
- The main trends affecting the market Profiles of all the major air cargo carriers and integrators, UPS, FedEx, DHL and TNT.
- Key legislative and security related factors in the industry’s development
- The structure of the market looking at the role of forwarders, freight exchanges, general sales agents within the air cargo chain.

Global Air Cargo 2008 is specifically written to provide easily accessible and understandable information to:

- Air Cargo managers
- Consultants
- Financial Analysts
- Marketing Managers
- Knowledge Managers
- - As well as all C-level executives

It is especially appropriate to:

- Freight forwarders
- Integrators and Express operators
- Consultancies
- Banks and investors
- Governmental and industry bodies
- Air cargo shippers

A detailed analysis of key players and market environment

The Global Air Cargo 2008 provides a detailed look at the main trends affecting the development of the market. As well as comprehensive market sizing data and forecasts, the report includes ranking and profiles of the top ten air cargo carriers. In addition, profiles of the air cargo operations of the four integrators are included.

Market trends and developments

Global Air Cargo 2008 includes a detailed description of the major trends affecting the industry
- from globalisation, oil prices and regulation to security issues. It also includes detailed market sizes and forecasts plotting the likely growth of the sector over the next twenty years.

The report looks at how air cargo chains are structured and the role of all the main players, from forwarders, integrators and airlines to freight exchanges.

It also contains data on the largest air cargo routes, on a region by region basis, as well as the breakdown of types of commodities moved.

Air cargo carrier profiles

The Global Air Cargo report contains profiles of all the major air cargo carriers, alliances, integrators and freight exchanges. It includes financial information as well as listing the various products presently on offer.

Other details include:

- Fleet
- Products
- Finances
- Strategy
- Management
- Output in RTKs
- Operations
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Air China
  • Cargolux
  • China Eastern
  • Etihad Airways
  • Gulf Air
  • Korean Air
  • MORE
1 Introduction
1.1 Air Cargo
1.2 Development of the Air Cargo Industry
1.2.1 Early Years
1.2.2 Cargo Charter
1.2.3 The Integrators
1.2.4 Market Growth

2 The Air Cargo Industry
2.1 Industry Players
2.1.1 Airlines
2.1.2 Airline Alliances
2.1.3 Integrators
2.1.4 Airports
2.1.5 Airfreight Forwarders
2.1.6 General Sales Agents (GSA)
2.1.7 Transit Warehouse Operators
2.1.8 Customs Brokers
2.1.9 Air Trucking Companies
2.1.10 Express Operators
2.1.11 Wholesalers and Freight Exchanges
2.1.12 Supply Chain Logistics Providers
2.2 Industry Structure and Boundaries
2.2.1 The Air Cargo Chain
2.2.2 The Traditional Process
2.2.3 The Integrator Process
2.2.4 Logistics Solution Providers
2.3 Current Market Size
2.3.1 Overall Market Size
2.3.2 Major Routes
2.3.3 Carriers
2.3.4 Cargo Types
2.3.5 Freight Aircraft
2.4 IT
2.5 Regulation and Security
2.6 Competitive advantage over other transport modes

3 Profiles of Air Cargo Carriers
3.1 Korean Air
3.1.1 Brief Profile
3.1.2 Finances
3.1.3 Cargo Revenue and Volume
3.1.4 Strategy
3.1.5 Alliances
3.1.6 Operations
3.1.7 Sister Concerns
3.1.8 Products (Branded only)
3.1.9 Fleet
3.2 Lufthansa Cargo
3.2.1 Brief Profile
3.2.2 Finances
3.2.3 Cargo Revenue and Volume
3.2.4 Strategy
3.2.5 Alliances
3.2.6 Operations
3.2.7 Sister Concerns
3.2.8 Products
3.2.9 Fleet
3.3 Singapore Airlines Cargo Pte Ltd
3.3.1 Brief Profile
3.3.2 Finances
3.3.3 Cargo Revenue and Volume
3.3.4 Strategy
3.3.5 Alliances
JAL Cargo
3.3.6 Operations
3.3.7 Sister Concerns
3.3.8 Products (Branded only)
3.3.9 Fleet
3.4 Cathay Pacific Cargo
3.4.1 Brief Profile
3.4.2 Finances
3.4.3 Cargo Revenue and Volume
3.4.4 Strategy
3.4.5 Alliances
3.4.6 Operations
3.4.7 Sister Concerns
3.4.8 Product Range
3.4.9 Fleet
3.5 China Airlines
3.5.1 Brief Profile
3.5.2 Finances
3.5.3 Cargo Revenue and Volume
3.5.4 Strategy
3.5.5 Alliances
3.5.6 Operations
3.5.7 Sister Concerns
3.5.8 Fleet
3.6 EVA Air
3.6.1 Brief Profile
3.6.2 Finances
3.6.3 Cargo Revenue and Volume
3.6.4 Strategy
3.6.5 Alliances
3.6.6 Operations
3.6.7 Sister Concerns
3.6.8 Fleet
3.7 Air France KLM
3.7.1 Brief Profile
3.7.2 Finances
3.7.3 Cargo Revenue and Volume
3.7.4 Strategy
3.7.5 Alliances
3.7.6 Operations
3.7.7 Products (Branded only)
3.7.8 Fleet
3.8 Japan Airlines
3.8.1 Brief Profile
3.8.2 Finances
3.8.3 Cargo Revenue and Volume
3.8.4 Strategy
3.8.5 Alliances
Singapore Airlines Cargo Pte Ltd
3.8.6 Operations
3.8.7 Products (Branded only)
3.8.8 Fleet
3.9 British Airways
3.9.1 Brief Profile
3.9.2 Finances
3.9.3 Cargo Revenue and Volume
3.9.4 Strategy
3.9.5 Alliances
3.9.6 Operations
3.9.7 Product Range (Branded only)
3.9.8 Fleet
3.10 Cargolux
3.10.1 Brief Profile
3.10.2 Finances
3.10.3 Cargo Revenue and Volume
3.10.4 Strategy
3.10.5 Alliances
3.10.6 Operations
3.10.7 Fleet
3.11 Air China
3.11.1 Brief Profile
3.11.2 Finances
3.11.3 Cargo Revenue and Volume
3.11.4 Strategy
3.11.5 Alliances
3.11.6 Operations
3.11.7 Sister Concerns
3.11.8 Fleet
3.12 Emirates Airline
3.12.1 Brief Profile
3.12.2 Finances
3.12.3 Cargo Revenue and Volume
3.12.4 Strategy
3.12.5 Alliances
3.12.6 Operations
3.12.7 Sister Concerns
3.12.8 Products (Branded only)
3.13 China Eastern
3.13.1 Brief Profile
3.13.2 Finances
3.13.3 Cargo Revenue and Volume
3.13.4 Strategy
3.13.5 Alliances
3.13.6 Operations
3.13.7 Sister Concerns
3.13.8 Fleet
3.14 Etihad Airways
3.14.1 Brief Profile
3.14.2 Strategy
3.14.3 Alliances
3.14.4 Operations
3.15 Gulf Air
3.15.1 Brief Profile
3.15.2 Finances
3.15.3 Strategy
3.15.4 Alliances
3.15.5 Operations
3.15.6 Fleet

4 Airline Alliances
4.1 Star Alliance and WOW Alliance
4.2 One World Alliance
4.3 Sky Team Alliance

5 Profiles of the Major Integrators
5.1 Deutsche Post World NET
5.2 FedEx
5.3 UPS (United Parcel Service)
5.4 TNT Express

6 Air Freight Exchanges
6.1 Descartes - Global Freight Exchange
6.2 e4cargo.com
6.3 Air Charter Exchange

7 International Airline Regulation
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Regulations
7.3 Bi-lateral Agreements
7.4 Open Skies

8 Security
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Hazards
8.3 Preventative Measures

9 New Technologies
9.1 Current Trends

10 Associations and Agencies
10.1 IATA
10.2 Transported Asset Protection Agency

11 Customs
12 Regional Forecasts
12.1 Introduction
12.2 North American Routes
12.3 Asian Routes
12.4 European Routes (69.10bn RTKs)
12.5 Latin American Routes
12.6 African Routes

13 Future Developments
13.1 Market Growth
13.2 Technology
13.3 Regulation
13.4 Security
13.5 Customs Procedures
13.6 Logistics Industry Structure
13.7 Effects on Logistics Industry Players

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- Air China
- Air France KLM
- British Airways
- Cargolux
- Cathay Pacific Cargo
- China Airlines
- China Eastern
- Deutsche Post World NET
- Emirates Airline
- Etihad Airways
- EVA Air
- FedEx
- Gulf Air
- JAL Cargo
- Japan Airlines
- Korean Air
- One World
- Singapore Airlines Cargo Pte Ltd
- Sky Team
- Star Alliance
- TNT Express
- UPS (United Parcel Service)
- WOW
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