The rankings for international airfreight cargo volume from Japan in July 2023 have just been unveiled. Nippon Express claims the top spot, having transported 16,277 tons of cargo, albeit marking a 21.9% decrease compared to the previous year. Following closely is KWE, securing the second position with 9,071 tons, which represents a significant 40.3% drop. Yusen Logistics clinches the third position, having moved 8,181 tons, experiencing a 20.3% decline. Notably, NNR Global Logistics secures the fourth place by transporting 3,231 tons, indicating a 29.2% decrease, while Hankyu Hanshin Express occupies the fifth rank with 2,658 tons, showcasing a notable decrease of 48.4%. Collectively, the industry's overall performance stands at 61,605 tons, which reflects a 26.2% reduction in volume compared to the same period last year.
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