Industry News

  • Newsletter - July 18, 2019

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Boeing 737 MAX grounding continues – the latest on air cargo impacts Air cargo has seen its share of issues this year – softening traffic and yields, global economic growth slowdown concerns, trade wars and tariff threats adversely impacting business confidence, and economic...

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  • Newsletter - July 17, 2019

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Emirates Can’t Fly Direct To Mexico City Due To High Altitude Of Airport Emirates has today announced a new route set to serve Mexico City. However, due to the airport’s altitude, the Middle Eastern carrier must stop en route. As such, the route is due to be operated...

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  • Newsletter - July 16, 2019

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Pakistani Airspace Reopens After Almost 5 Months Pakistan has reopened it’s airspace to all air traffic for the first time in six months, after a flare-up in tensions with rival India back in February. Read more here. The Boeing 737 MAX Might Remain Grounded Until 2020 According...

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  • Newsletter - July 15, 2019

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES When Will Canada Jetlines Launch Flights? It has been a long and winding road for Canada Jetlines. On paper, the airline has been around since 2006. It has proved proficient at garnering media attention and making exciting announcements – often prematurely.  Read more here. Korean...

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  • Newsletter - July 12, 2019

    OCEAN FREIGHT UPDATES June Performance Metrics, Port of Montreal In June, the Port of Montreal handled 142,728 TEU, up 5.4% from June a year ago. Terminal dwell time was 2.1 days, and truck processing time was 43 minutes. See the Intermodal Scorecard here. Shippers seeking transload options...

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