Kansai Airport, import and export cargo handling is expanding

The international cargo area at Kansai International Airport, which was damaged by Typhoon No. 21, is being restored and the handling of imported and exported cargo is expanding. In particular, the recovery of Japan Airlines has been rapid, and the volume of cargo handled has returned to the level before the disaster. All Nippon Airways (ANA/NH), which suffered severe damage, resumed operations of its own cargo flights after arriving on March 14, despite delays in the recovery of import cargo terminal. In order to completely resume cargo handling of other carrier's flights in the nearest future, the company will urgently repair damaged parts. The total volume of cargo handled by Kansai Airways decreased by 60% in September from the same month of the previous year, but it is expected that the volume will recover drastically in October.




近鉄エクスプレス(KWE)は、同社が保有するインド・Gati-Kintetsu Express(GKE)の全株式を、合弁相手であるAllcargo Logistics(AGL) に譲渡する。近鉄エクスプレスは、GKEを介してAGLと合弁でインドでの国内物流ビジネスを獲得し、コア事業であるフォワーディング事業の拡大を目指してきたが、今後の市場動向や事業環境等を慎重に検討し、合弁先と協議を重ねた結果、