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Case
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Reference no. 399-027-1
Published by: Asia Case Research Centre, The University of Hong Kong
Published in: 1999

Abstract

In 1997, 20% (HK$1 billion) of Hong Kong''s exports were handled through Kai Tak Airport; 94% of the air cargo volume lifted out of Hong Kong was co-ordinated through Traxon networks. Traxon had been very successful in building up a basis electronic infrastructure in the air freight industry. It was now looking into the benefits of creating an electronic market for the whole air cargo industry in Hong Kong. However, this would jeopardise the existence of freight forwarders and drive down profits of airlines.
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1998

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Abstract

In 1997, 20% (HK$1 billion) of Hong Kong''s exports were handled through Kai Tak Airport; 94% of the air cargo volume lifted out of Hong Kong was co-ordinated through Traxon networks. Traxon had been very successful in building up a basis electronic infrastructure in the air freight industry. It was now looking into the benefits of creating an electronic market for the whole air cargo industry in Hong Kong. However, this would jeopardise the existence of freight forwarders and drive down profits of airlines.

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1998

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