Despite the continuing lockdowns in the UK and overseas, blanked voyages and grounded aircraft, Actualis clients are running coronavirus supply chains; planning, uplifting and transporting medical, PPE and non-essential cargo by air and sea.
While Asia-Europe container shipping lines are reducing capacity by idling vessels from May as volumes deteriorate with the collapse in demand, air freight rates have reached their highest ever levels, making Sea/Air solutions even more attractive for time-sensitive shipments, in the latest coronavirus freight developments.
This article was first published in The Voice of the Independent and The Loadstar (Link below): Every business is vulnerable in this Coronavirus crisis. The days of burying your head in the sand and waiting for the storm to blow over are gone.
As the government debate stronger ‘lockdown’ measures and MPs debate emergency laws designed to combat Covid-19, we consider one of the most complex crises to face us in generations and how to prepare positively for what is yet to come.
An Incoterms 2020 infographic, focusing on the transfer of risk and associated risk elements, has been researched and designed by Actualis on behalf of TT Club, in collaboration with BIFA, CILT, CIPS and global law firm HFW.
The British International Freight Association (BIFA) annual Freight Service Awards were held yesterday with Brunel Air Cargo in the Extra mile category and Noatum Logistics triumphant in the ‘Air Cargo Services’ category.
This thought-leadership feature co-authored with forwarding guru Steve Walker has been published in the print edition of the Journal of Commerce Annual Review and Outlook 2020, on the JOC web site and featured in their global eBulletins.