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In the February issue of The STAT Trade Times, Shreya Bhattacharya takes a deep dive into the much talked about digital transformation of the global air freight industry. In the cover story, she does a reality check, identifies the reasons for such a slow pace of the digital makeover of the air cargo industry and recommends solutions for faster adoption of digital technologies. In the industry report Nahida Jafferi writes on some of the advanced innovations in the temperature controlled transport of pharmaceutical and life-science products. The solutions are meant to enhance the quality of pharmaceutical cargo on the move and maintain its integrity right from its origin to destination. In the regional report Shalini Nair turns the focus on Africa, the continent that continues to be an investment hub with several emerging economies within it. However, the report argues that with Brexit uncertainty still around, African governments need to come up with redefined trade and diplomatic relations with a post-Brexit Britain and Europe, for more diversification and industrialisation. The special report in this issue is on the national air cargo policy announced by the Indian government. Nahida Jafferi picks the key takeaways of the policy which aims to make India a transit cargo hub of choice to-and-from other parts of the world and push India into the top air freight market in the world. Read a review of the second edition of the MRO South Asia Summit, organised by The STAT Trade Times, held in New Delhi. The current issue also carries preview of Air Cargo Africa, the most popular air freight industry event of Africa, scheduled for 19 to 21 of February in Johannesburg, South Africa. Also, don’t miss out on our regulars — news roundup, executive in focus and major industry events ahead in 2019.

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