Industry News

  • Newsletter - April 7, 2020

    OCEAN FREIGHT UPDATES Japanese mega boxship slams into cranes at Busan New Port Yet another gantry crane has been pulverised by a poorly berthed mega boxship. The Japanese controlled 13,900 teu Milano Bridge, part of the Ocean Network Express (ONE) fleet, smashed into the quayside at Busan New Port on Monday,...

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  • Newsletter- April 6, 2020

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Air freight market ‘evolving dramatically’ Medical supplies, pharmaceuticals and perishables are keeping air cargo markets afloat, supporting freight rates and charter prices even as demand for many consumer products and manufacturing supplies nosedives due to economic...

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  • Newsletter - April 3, 2020

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Pilots raise concern with FAA about protection from coronavirus Pilots are calling on the Federal Aviation Administration to make sure airlines are following federal health guidelines for notifying workers when a colleague tests positive for the coronavirus and properly disinfecting...

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  • Newsletter - April 2, 2020

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Airlines feel pressure to maintain minimum level of domestic service The rapid spread of the coronavirus in the U.S. is raising questions among shippers about whether domestic airlines will virtually stop flying or the U.S. government will shut down the aviation system.  Read...

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  • Newsletter - April 1, 2020

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Airports in China's Hebei Province reopen Over two months after the start of the province's complete lockdown, Chinese authorities have reopened all airports in Hubei except Wuhan for domestic services. The province's main gateway is due to reopen on April 8. Read more here. Airlines...

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