The low season for freight transport was short-lived. In addition to the improvement over last year, airlines quickly reduced capacity to meet declining summer demand. Although transport capacity increased by 29% in 2021 compared to 2020, it remains at -18% globally compared to 2019. Keep in mind that at present the resumption of intercontinental [...]
The port of Ningbo (China) will close a large terminal after a case of Covid contamination was detected at a dock worker. The global supply chain is therefore under new pressure.
This is the second time that a major Chinese port has been forced to close due to the coronavirus. The port of Yantian, near the southern metropolis of Shenzhen, had to close for nearly a month from the end of May. As a result, the goods had to be returned to warehouses and factories and [...]
Please note that our offices will be open during the holidays, in reduced staff, on the following dates: 24.12.2020 morning 28.12.2020 all day 29.12.2020 all day 30.12.2020 all day 31.12.2020 morning We will open again as normal from the 4th Januar 2021
The non-availability of containers in Asia is becoming a major problem for the sea freight. The main cause of this shortage is the coronavirus, which resulted in a series of events. Activities in Asia were highly reduced from April to June. Shipping lines have therefore reduced the number of their ships, so as not [...]
Very interesting article about the digitization of the customs process, that we proudly have participated for the test ! https://www.transportjournal.com/en/home/news/artikeldetail/paperless-in-the-suisse-romande.html
We would first like to inform all of our customers that we are not closing and that our work will not be interrupted. Following the latest measures taken by the Confederation, we have chosen to strengthen our measures to avoid the risk of infections. In the offices, three teams have been formed to ensure the [...]
You will probably have heard this morning in the news that no more passenger flights from Europe are permitted to fly to the United States and India. This decision has had a significant impact on freight, and will most likely continue to do so in the coming weeks. European airlines are still operating freighters to [...]