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Air Cargo Bottlenecks Could Put Lives at Risk- Urgent Government Action Required

    Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and its members renewed their call to governments to take urgent measures to ensure that vital air cargo supply lines remain open, efficient and effective.  “Air cargo is a vital partner in the global fight against COVID-19. But we are still seeing examples of cargo flights filled with life-saving medical supplies and equipment grounded

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Forwarders brace for transatlantic capacity crunch

By Damian Brett   Freight forwarders are bracing for capacity shortages on the transatlantic as airlines axe capacity between Europe and the US. Over the weekend, the US announced that travellers from the UK and Ireland would join 26 other European nations on its banned list. As a result, carriers have been ramping up capacity reductions between the US and Europe. Although cargo aircraft are not included

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China airfreight rates continue to surge

17 / 03 / 2020 By Damian Brett   Airfreight rates out of China have rapidly increased over the last week, but thoughts are now turning to the impact of lower consumer demand in Europe and the US. The latest TAC Index figures show that average airfreight rates on services from Shanghai to the US last week increased by 29.7% on the prior week to reach $4.71 per kg. On services from Shanghai to Europe there was a

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Ekspor-Impor Dihantam Corona, Pengusaha Logistik Babak Belur

Herdi Alif Al Hikam – detikFinance Jakarta -  Imbas virus corona makin merembet ke mana-mana. Virus ini telah membuat kegiatan ekspor-impor tersendat. Akhirnya, pengiriman logistik menurun. Ketua Asosiasi Logistik Indonesia (ALI) Zaldy Masita mengatakan kegiatan impor dari China sebagai negara asal virus corona turun hingga 30%, padahal kegiatan perdagangan Indonesia dan Negeri Tirai Bambu cukup

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Indonesia Posts Largest Trade Surplus Since 2011 as Coronavirus Disrupts Imports From China

BY :HERMAN MARCH 16, 2020 Jakarta. Indonesia's trade balance returned to the black last month because imports from China dropped by almost half as the world's second-largest economy dealt with the peak of the novel coronavirus outbreak.  Indonesia, which started to see the beginning of the pandemic on its shores this month, posted a trade surplus of $2.3 billion in

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