Upheavals in supply and demand are forcing airlines to increase rates for cargo while COVID-19 continues to disrupt and complicate supply chains around the globe.
Canaan Shipping has been recognized as a Top Fleet Employer of Distinction after working hard to provide an excellent workplace for their employees.
One of the advantages of facing the second wave of COVID-19 is that this time, we know what to expect, and therefore can be better prepared.
Cargo rollover is at an all time high while demand for shipments from China to the US continues to increase.
In order to reap the benefits of utilizing cloud services in the present, most companies need to strategize and overhaul their programs with an eye to the future, while keeping security at top of mind.
Sadly, the Breakbulk conference has been cancelled due to COVID-19, but many of the top scheduled speakers will present online.
As of Monday October 26th, 2020 the number of active cases of COVID-19 in Canada is an all-time high of 24,657.
COVID-19 had marked a drastic and permanent shift in the role of technology in businesses strategy.
Canadian Sailing Magazine reports improvements and new developments in BC and Ontario’s ports, strengthening the supply chain and displaying optimism for future trade.
Project cargo is a term that describes the transportation of valuable equipment that is too large or heavy to fit inside a regular truck or container. Project cargo requires more extensive and complicated planning with a lot of lead time, more than most people realize.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is about to resume a twice-weekly service from Edmonton to Amsterdam after a 5-month pause.
Two recent hacking incidents in the industry are representative of a 400% increase in cyberattacks during the spring of 2020.
As of Thursday October 8th, 2020 the number of active cases of COVID-19 in Canada is an all-time high of 18,271, surpassing the previous peak in May.
The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed hidden vulnerabilities in supply chains and manufacturing around the world, and raised questions about how these systems must be redesigned to remain competitive in future markets.
According to the TAC Index, the air cargo rate from Shanghai to North America for the week of Aug 24th dropped 10 percent to $4.52/kg, but was up 20 percent year-over-year. This is drastically lower than the record high of $12.27/kg we saw in May when the US began to reopen after COVID-19 lockdowns, which was a 270 percent year-over-year increase.
Port congestion and continued railcar shortages will lead to shipments being delayed for up to two weeks on some trans-Pacific services to Vancouver and Prince Rupert that could last until mid-September.