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Peter Boylan

Peter is responsible for Mercator‘s global revenue streams including business development, market penetration, account management, and customer engagement that generate profitable growth, incremental revenues and significant contribution margins. He also interacts at the highest levels with customer organizations to cultivate customer satisfaction and loyalty in a global dynamic marketplace. Peter has successfully spearheaded key consultancy solutions which continue to drive additional value for Mercator customers and enhance competitiveness for airlines. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Chemistry.

Recent Posts

Why Air Cargo Carriers Need to Watch Out for Amazon Prime Air

Air cargo carriers play a vital role in today’s cargo supply chain. Not only do they serve as intermediaries between ground carriers, they allow companies to offer premium shipping services, like express and overnight delivery. This is a powerful incentive for customers who might not have time to wait and a great boon for the air cargo industry.

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A Look Into the Air Cargo Facilities of the Future

This March, the 11th Annual World Cargo Symposium will take place in Abu Dhabi. With one of this year’s themes - Cargo Facility of the Future - the conference will cover some exciting topics, ranging from the future role of cargo facilities to how technologies like wearables and augmented reality can transform the industry.

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6 Things You Should Know About (StB) Cargo

Last year’s Global Shipper’s Survey showed the air cargo industry received an average score of 7 out of 10. Not bad, but it also means the industry can improve across the board, from customer satisfaction to partner cooperation. IATA took the score to heart and launched the Simplifying the Business (StB) for Cargo initiative. This industry transformation program aims

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5 Airline Technology Trends That Will Fly Higher in 2017

How the world has changed. Now, you can do things like order a pizza by texting an emoji, let the car drive itself, and get a drink poured by a robot bartender. Technology’s presence can be felt everywhere. And its influence is only going to grow.

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Shifting Patterns of Disruption Transforming the Air Cargo Landscape

  Like most industries today, air cargo is witnessing a technological revolution. Logistics companies, in particular, are disrupting the industry in new and innovative ways. Streamlined processes and smart technology are at the core of this revolution, helping to create safer, smarter, and more cost efficient means of transporting air cargo.

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What Would Industry 4.0 Look Like for Air Cargo?

Over the last three hundred years, we’ve seen the evolution from Industry 1.0 to 4.0. Never before in human history has innovation come so rapidly.  From the advent of the steam engine to advanced robotics, industries have grown by leaps and bounds to improve performance.

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