By: SONGKRAN CHAIHAWONG922306 Air Cargo IndustryE-mail: email@example.comDate 4 June 2013
CONTENT Week 2-11.Air Cargo Market Overview2.Asia Pacific Cargo Macro Market Dynamics3.Asia Pacific Cargo Fleet Trends4.Using Factors for Considering Air Freight5.Cargo industry forecasts and trends6.Determining the gap between industry key success factors and internalcompetencies7.Defining the cargo product8.Marketing, sales and revenue issues9.The role of processes, standards and measures in cargo operations10.Delivering competitive products11.Automation in cargo, including enabling technologies such as bar coding, theinternet and electronic commerce12.Developing a strategy for your cargo business13.Updates on the latest industry developments
Question :1.Which country is being the world Cargo leader in Asia ?2.Which country is being the world Cargo leader in Asia ?3.Comparing in cargo costs model ?4.Comparing each cargo environmental Impact mode ?
Asia Pacific economies region continueto lead the world economic recovery.Forecast estimates compound annualgrowth rate (CAGR) of about 6.8-7 +/-percent during 2005 to 2012 for theglobal air freight market. China and India will lead the regionseconomic growth with 4.6 percentgrowth per year for the next 20 years,significantly outpacing the worldsaverage growth rate. The regions share of world GDP willexpand from 28 percent today to 36percent by 2031.
List of the busiest airports in ChinaThe data here presented are provided by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC)and these statistics do not include the results for the special administrative regions of HongKong and Macau, nor the airports of Taiwan (Republic of China). Both Hong Kong and Macauhave their own civil aviation regulators (the Civil Aviation Department and the Civil AviationAuthority respectively).Note :Beijing Capital International Airport is baggerShanghai Pudong International Airport is the major of cargo business
By: SONGKRAN CHAIHAWONG922306 Air Cargo IndustryE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe cost incurred in moving goods. It includes packing,palletizing, documentation and loading unloading charges,carriage costs, and insurance costs.
4 Factors for Considering Air Freight2. SpeedSince time is money, For most business shipping, faster isbetter. When it comes to the individual moving a household,it is often good to have the extra time to prepare for thearrival of household goods in a new country
4 Factors for Considering Air Freight3. ReliabilityReliability is something we all look for in people, businesses,products, and services.Air freight shipping has a much, much shorter history thanother shipping.Air freight tends to win the battle of reliability. Flights getdelayed by weather and other factors, but airlines tend to bevery on top of their schedules.
4 Factors for Considering Air Freight4. Environmental ImpactThis simple mode for 1 vehicle