Air Freight Volumes Show a Decrease in the First Quarter of 2016
The latest update of global freight data collected by the International Transport Forum at the OECD through April 2016 shows that:
- International trade related air freight volumes, in tonnes of goods moved, considered as a lead indicator, remain below the pre-crisis level both in the EU area and in the US.
- Exports to BRICS and Asia remain the locomotives of growth.
- Surface freight volumes, measured in tonne-kilometres of goods transported, show signs of a slowing down in China and in the EU.