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In the June issue of The STAT Trade Times, we feature a cover story on the remarkable changes in the Unit Load Devise (ULD) space and how innovations by companies in the ULD manufacturing and leasing have led to more fuel-efficient, eco-friendly and, most of all, smart ULDs that may eventually talk to each other and with aircraft offering a whole range of ULD tracking and tracing options. Read our report on ACL, a leading ULD and other air cargo products manufacturer, opening a brand-new factory in Upstate, South Carolina, US demonstrating aerospace manufacturing capabilities with lean operations, better capital equipment, and more-efficient work flow. The industry report in this issue is general sales and service agents, who are responsible for bringing in around $12.5 billion of the air cargo industry’s annual income. The report evaluates how GSSAs have naturally become outsourcing companies of choice for airlines, offering significant value-added services. In our focus section we turn our attention to Amazon and how the e-commerce giant is slowly and discreetly building a global logistics empire to fulfil the customer demand for faster deliveries by investing billions of dollars in infrastructure, technology and aircraft. We bring you special report on the short-term and long-term demand for freighters. The report clearly indicates that the rapidly growing e-commerce sector is steering demand for more freighters both production and converted. And do not miss our regular news snippets from shipping, transport, tourism.

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