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   Vol. 18 No. 21
Monday March 25, 2019

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Celebrating Women

Cathy Roberson  Two powerful women serving in key posts for international logistics are profiled. The technological challenges facing the logistics industry and the celebration of International Women’s Month were on the agenda when FlyingTypers had a chat with the always insightful Cathy Morrow Roberson, (left) Founder and Head Analyst of Atlanta-based Logistics Trends & Insights LLC.
  Cathy said, “After working in research and analysis for a number of consultancies, frankly, I knew I could do it better and more affordably for clients so I started my own business. I really wanted to do it my way. I wanted to talk more with logistics providers and startups, as well as the shippers, rather than churning data.
  “I like to get inside what’s really happening because there’s so much noise out there. There’s so much content. We bring it all together and try to make some sense out of it, particularly the numbers."

Zeynep Kasikci  Zeynep Kasikci, Head of Airfreight at DB Schenker Turkey is absolutely spot on about what is new and next, and she has been at the top of her game for 25 years.
  “Air cargo in Turkey is undergoing an amazing transformation with realization that Hub Istanbul is the next great transportation story.
  “Here the greatest airport in the world is opening in 2019. “The future of air cargo is digitalization and artificial intelligence." Zeynep Kasikci said.

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Berlin Airlift Aircraft lineup
  It's happening in Wiesbaden and some other airfields.
  Just as the Air Cargo Europe Trade Show ends in Munich June 7, in Berlin and elsewhere in Germany, a nine-day event will begin on June 10, as The Berlin Airlift will be recalled with a giant fly-in by more than 40 vintage aircraft that saved that city during the blockade of 1948-49.
  The 70th anniversary of the end of the Berlin Airlift is shaping up as a world event.
  For people today in air cargo, and for people that love aviation everywhere, here is an opportunity to step back to the future to see, touch, and feel what it was like when air cargo was front page news all over the world and a city of two million people depended on a narrow aerial lifeline.
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Vol. 18 No. 18
United Tops U.S. Belly Cargo
Chuckles for March 12, 2019
Viva La Difference
Wings Of Layda
New Horizons
Stanley Lim—Why FIATA
Goyal Departs Jet
Vol. 18 No. 19
Can Brian Do It Again?
Chuckles for March 15, 2019
Pay Puts The Go In Cargo
Looking Good In The Neighborhood
Ingo Towers Above WCS
Faces Going Places
Qatar Net Rates
March Hopes For Better Numbers
Every Day It's A Getting Closer
Love St. Partick's Day

Vol. 18 No. 20
Zeynep A Good Bet For DB Schenker
Chuckles for March 21, 2019
A Young Man Called Francesco
UTIKAD Lifts The Bar For Global Logistics

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