This study examines the expanding role of air cargo services in transporting agricultural exports from California. Although air cargo accounts for a seemingly modest share of the state’s farm export trade, California’s airborne agricultural exports in 2004 totaled $659 million, an increase of nearly 60 percent since 2000.
Air Transport of Perishable Products (Hard Copy)
The third in a series of award-winning publications on proper transportation of perishables. Here you'll find comprehensive information on protecting the product from the temperature extremes that are common in air freight, selecting the proper boxes for shipment, how to plan a load, product compatibility, loading air freight containers, and how to monitor and record temperature during transit. The publication also describes the advantages and disadvantages of air freight and describes the services provided by freight forwarders.
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