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Next year, all airfreight routes will lead to Abu Dhabi, when the Iata World Cargo Symposium takes place there in March. For now the emirate hosted an event called Openap, where the network Neutral Air Partner (NAP) celebrated one year in business. Christos Spyrou, NAP’s CEO and founder, told the ITJ in Paris that “the […]

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First OPENAP meeting held in Abu Dhabi

Over 100 delegates met with experts from the air cargo supply chain in Abu Dhabi for the first Neutral Air Partner OPENAP Global Meeting from 25 – 28 September. The event took place at the St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort, giving delegates the chance to meet with air cargo experts, coming together to explore partnering […]

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The first 15 years of the century have not been kind to the air cargo industry – but there could be better times ahead, the Neutral Air Partners (NAP) global meeting in Abu Dhabi  has heard. Neutral Air Partner, the premier global network of leading air cargo architects and aviation specialists, has recently concluded its […]

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“Russian Airfreight industry should not “stand apart” but it should join international structures and operate in the tendency of the present-day world,” thinks Miroslav Zolotarev, the Head of the Russian air cargo logistics alliance ACEX. In this connection the International ATLP-ACEX forum with participation of top officials and experts from the Russian air cargo supply chain […]

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A new   airfreight network  has  taken-off aiming to drive air cargo expertise and buying power across the supply chain. Neutral Air Partner was founded by a group of air cargo entrepreneurs, sharing a goal of creating an  innovative platform  of air cargo specialists to serve the logistics industry. The  network  says  as  a  representative  of […]

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A new air freight network has launched – one that includes companies across the supply chain, to boost expertise and buying power. Neutral Air Partner is forming a group of specialists from all parties – except the end-user. “We believe that since the word ‘logistics’ became trendy, the industry has lost its identity as far as specialisation and industry expertise […]

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