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Cargo Shorts

Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc.

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Cargo Shorts tackles all things related to the transportation of goods. Each episode digs into a key issue facing North American surface transportation with expert insights from economics, automation, and logistics professionals. Learn more about the complexities in the supply chain you’re facing in your business.
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A podcast to help you get on the bike and leave the car at home. A mix of interviews and opinions to help you on your cargo bike journey. Watch the video version of these episodes on YouTube under Cargo Bike Life and visit http://cargobikelife.com for show notes
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In each episode, we’ll dive into the topics that matter most to you, from safety concerns and scheduling issues, Time free from duty rules and our upcoming contract negotiations. We’ll be bringing in subject matter experts, providing updates and answering questions that keep us all informed and up to date.
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Cargo Facts Connect addresses all things freighters and aircraft. Connect delves into what's new in freighter transactions, belly capacity trends, conversion activity and aircraft finance. Brought to you by Cargo Facts, long the industry's leading information resource on freighter aircraft, Cargo Facts Connect gets you inside the freighter business. Cargo Facts has been the newsletter of record of the air cargo and freighter aircraft industries for over 40 years. Cargo Facts, published by Ro ...
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The On Air with Air Cargo Next podcast explores air cargo operations and logistics. The podcast delves into topics such as air cargo integration into the logistics supply chain, new technologies, and operational strategies, especially for freight forwarders. On Air with Air Cargo Next is brought to you by Air Cargo Next, the leading air cargo magazine. Air Cargo Next provides insightful information by way of data analysis and in-depth coverage that tracks the next chapter for the Air Cargo i ...
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On The Ultimate Logistics Podcast - Cargoholic, we discuss the journey of leaders in logistics, the disruptions being witnessed today and the future of the industry. The perspectives of all stakeholders of the supply chain are discussed on relevant topics, from shippers, freight forwarders and carriers to startups, consultants and the government.
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The Cargo Culte Audio Field Report

The Demagogues of The Cargo Culte in conjunction with Filthy Monocle Productions http://thecargoculte.com/ http://thefilthymonocle.wordpress.com/

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Having the highest regard for the mandate placed before them to restructure the cultural landscape, The Demagogues of The Cargo Culte break bread with the deepest thinkers, hardest hitting critics and simply the most bad ass players of our times and ask them to provide the soundtrack to your lives. Punk,Hardcore,Hard Psych,Space Rock,Krautrock and Outsider recordings, all is laid on the table for the consumption of you our gentle patrons. "Nothing is true, everything is permitted."
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Thousands of unionized workers at Samsung, the world’s largest memory chipmaker, are striking against the company’s refusal to dialogue. Demands include a 3.5% base rate increase, paid leave for the date of union establishment, compensation for loss of wages during the strike, and transparency into the incentive-based bonus system. The union has ab…
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Every inch counts when it comes to shipping, and accurate dimensioning can tip the scales in your favor. When weighing options, precise pallet dimensioning can make shipping faster and more efficient while reducing surprises on the final bill. Host Jonathan Betz is joined by Todd Polen, Vice President of Pricing Systems at Old Dominion, and Glenn Z…
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We explore the secret 2011 meeting between then-Google CEO Eric Schmidt and then-on-house-arrest Julian Assange and consider how the internet has changed the relationship between people and the corporate state. We also talk about brat summer and the Council on Foreign Relations. Photo: Eric Schmidt & Jared Cohen Transcript of 2011 Meeting: https://…
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We talk about Julian Assange's plea deal, the "censorship pyramid," encryption as resistance, an NSA patent Assange found in 1999, Hillary Clinton's Russian Wikileaks, the CIA being able to hack into Apple and Android cellphones, and more. TW: Cenk Uygur's voice at 7:30 ish. Photo: Julian Assange Assange’s 2006 Blog Post: https://cryptome.org/iq-or…
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Whether you are shipping across the country or around the world, the right packaging makes all the difference. As the emphasis on sustainability intensifies, the industry is rapidly evolving, with data playing a vital role. But cost and fragility of freight are factors that need to be considered. Host Jonathan Betz is joined by Dr. Greg Batt, an As…
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Brazil added its second 737NG freighter operator this year when Modern Logistics began flying the type, even as some of the country’s other carriers take on more Classics. Modern Logistics is undergoing a transformation to grow its presence in the logistics industry. “Part of this investment plan was to bring new aircraft,” Chief Executive Cristian…
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Hamden Aviation is focusing on Latin America as it looks to grow its presence in the freighter segment. The Hamden, Conn.-based lessor began supporting the industry by providing CFM56-3C1 engines to cargo operators with 737 Classics. “It was just sort of an organic entry [into the freighter space] from the -3C1 market, then working with Classics, t…
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After 50 years in the logistics industry, both in sea and air, Cargo iQ Executive Director Lothar Moehle has seen a lot of change, some good and some bad. Reflecting on his five decades of experience in this sector, Moehle discusses how the air cargo industry has changed, what changes still need to happen and what will never change, in the latest e…
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We discuss the "Friends of the IDF" in leadership roles at Interscope (Kendrick’s label), UMG (Drake’s label and Interscope’s parent company), NBC Universal (UMG’s parent company), and Comcast (NBC Universal’s parent company). We apologize for our tardiness and this cop-out pop culture ep. We both had crazy schedules the last couple of weeks (on to…
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Singapore Airlines is preparing for the arrival of its first A350F as it continues to manage the hurdles challenging the freighter market. The airline will gradually retire its 747-400Fs as Airbus starts delivering its new large-widebody in 2026, but no estimate has been given for when the transition will be complete. “It’s really a lot of work, an…
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We talk about central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), which will enable a new level of financial surveillance and social control. And we’re joined by John F O’Donnell, a guy with horrible karaoke etiquette. We promise we're not a con op lim hang !!! Photo: Jerome Powell - - Kitty History: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-Lvv1f5Qu4 Guaranteed Inco…
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Airbus is making steady progress in the industrialization phase of its new A350F program as components come together and test rigs take shape. “We’re sorting through and finalizing the processes for assembly ready for next year, into final assembly and then first flight,” Airbus Head of Freighter Marketing Crawford Hamilton tells Cargo Facts in thi…
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Boeing has certainly helped kill people in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan. But did it also kill a Southern funcle? Fasten your seatbelt, because this Boeing story has it all. Plane crashes, union busting, offshoring, whistleblowers, and a mysterious parking lot death. We also talk about the Justice Department’s new lawsuit against Apple for monopol…
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Automation and digitization are rapidly transforming the LTL industry, enabling greater transparency and visibility. Seamless technology fosters improved planning, pricing, service, and relationships among carriers and shippers. Host Jonathan Betz speaks with Barry Craver, VP of Technology at Old Dominion, who served OD on the business side for twe…
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Dubai-based Emirates is due to start taking delivery of some of its five new 777Fs this year as part of a 2022 order with Boeing. The carrier has returned four 777Fs to lessor DAE Capital over the past five years but also added two new units in May and June 2023, bringing its fleet back to eleven 777Fs. Further growth is on the way, with Emirates p…
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Here we discuss the TikTok ban and Clearview AI, a US company with a database of more than 40 billion facial images from the public internet. We also listen to big tech kingmaker Peter Thiel explain why artificial intelligence and facial recognition are "kind of communist." And we're joined by Pat Burtscher (https://www.instagram.com/patburtscher/)…
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ST Engineering last week took redelivery of the first EFW A321-200P2F conversion to be carried out at the Haite Tianjin facility. Freighter conversions are not new to Haite Tianjin, but the company plans to increase its activity in the segment. “This business is a very strategic decision because we need to have a mixture of work and the type of wor…
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The United States will soon get a new freighter operator when Miami-based 7Air Cargo gains certification. The startup airline has agreed to lease two 2006-vintage 737-800SFs from Aircastle as its first freighters. The first of those (34799, ex-SpiceJet) finished receiving its new paint job in Goodyear, Ariz., (GYR) this week. 7Air Cargo expects to …
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In Part 2 of this series on Neuralink and the brain-computer interface (BCI), we discuss the current human trials for the N1 implant, FDA commissioner Robert Califf, and key figures in the movement of transhumanism such as Julian Huxley (President of the British Eugenics Society), Ray Kurzweil (Director of Engineering at Google), and Zoltan Istvan …
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Beatrice Peters and David Thimm, vice presidents of new business at Backbone Freighter Leasing, part of the Dr. Peters Group, joined Cargo Facts Editor Jeff Lee live from Cargo Facts EMEA 2024 in Amsterdam earlier this week. Germany-based Backbone Freighter Leasing is the launch customer of the Kansas Modification Center 777-300ERCF conversion prog…
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Founded in 2016, Neuralink has developed a device that can implant ultra-thin threads inside the brain. The threads connect to a custom-designed chip with electrodes that can read data from groups of neurons. It’s a yarmulke homie no cap. In Part 1 of this series on Neuralink and the brain-computer interface (BCI), we explore the cruel and unusual …
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The freighter aircraft industry will gather Feb. 5-7 in Amsterdam for Cargo Facts EMEA 2024 to discuss the latest developments in the space. Ahead of the event, several industry leaders join this week’s episode of the “Cargo Facts Connect” podcast. Joining Cargo Facts Editor Jeff Lee on the podcast are: George Seturidze, chief executive of Camex Ai…
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Brazil-based Modern Logistics will soon deploy its first 737-800BCF to help grow the company’s international presence. The 2004-vintage aircraft (33566, ex-Ryanair) arrived in October and has been undergoing certification with the Brazilian Civil Aviation Authority. “We are in the final process with the regulator, and if everything goes well in the…
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The findings from Mastio’s annual study of LTL carriers help shippers evaluate carriers based on many important attributes. Shippers need to choose the right partner when selecting a carrier. Shippers want to ensure that their freight will make it to their customers on time and damage-free. What tools are available to help shippers choose the right…
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Reliable Robotics this month announced it had performed the first flight of a remotely operated Cessna 208B without a pilot on board as the company works to certify its flight automation technology. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company aims to achieve certification in 2025, after which it will be able to operate uncrewed flights carrying commerc…
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Risk management solutions provider Overhaul is using AI to mitigate cargo thefts. With products like RiskGPT, launched in July, Overhaul integrated AI into its software to scrape the internet for information on cargo theft and synthesize it. Overhaul response teams use then use the information to determine where a crime is likely to occur and quick…
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