Commodity Forwarders Headlines
News / US and Canadian perishables shippers switch their focus to different markets
US consumers can look forward to ample quantities of lobster and cherries in grocery stores ...
News / US cherries may hit the jackpot again, despite a slow start to China
The cherry season has kicked off in California with the customary shipments to Asia, but ...
Planned comeback for US perishables exporters another casualty of the virus
This was supposed to be the comeback year for US perishables exporters – during the ...
News / Sky-high rates are putting airfreight out of reach for some
Forwarders have been running in high gear, often getting nowhere. “Capacity and space is a disaster, ...
For perishables, China more a necessary evil than the land of opportunity it was
For many US perishables exporters, 2019 is a year of exploring new markets. Hit hard ...
US farmers demand an end to tariff war with China as their export markets fade
US farmers are losing patience with their administration’s trade conflict with China. They want a ...
US perishables exporters eye a better crop, but trade barriers may give them the pip
Eager to put a disappointing 2018 harvest behind them, US produce shippers are preparing for ...
News / Air freight a star performer as K+N gets 2018 off to a flying start
Kuehne + Nagel has reported a strong start to the year, with double-digit growth across ...
News / Florida forwarders begin picking up the pieces, but trucks are in short supply
Florida may have escaped the worst damage predictions for Hurricane Irma, but a dearth of trucking ...
- 1.Amazon Air close to building a freighter network to carry third-party volumes
- 2.Shipping lines start to give Myanmar a miss as protests impact supply chains
- 3.Kuehne + Nagel set to buy Asian forwarder Apex – its largest takeover yet
- 4.Outlook for large widebodies looks chilly in a hot freighter conversion market
- 5.New Montreal port strike would 'really stick a knife in the Canadian economy'
- 1. [email protected] on UK fashion houses hit out at post-Brexit 'hidden costs' for EU customers
- 2. Mike Wackett on Shipper credulity strained after 2M's last-minute Asia-Europe blanking
- 3. [email protected] on Manila terminal chief pleads with owners to collect cargo as reefers pile up
- 4. [email protected] on Mind the gap: Netherlands vs Belgium in the container port business
- 5. [email protected] on Big ambitions at Gdansk, but infrastructure could be a snag