Getting a product from point A to point B in good condition for a reasonable price used to be the only thing that shipping customers really wanted. Those days, like 60-cent jet fuel, are long gone as customers require more sophisticated management of their supply chains. Given today's high-value imports and exports, air is often the chosen route in the rush to market. With sophisticated IT and telecommunications in place, shippers are able to track their consignments from the beginning to ...

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