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Virgin Atlantic, Delta Cargo Fly Away Home to Heathrow

Virgin Atlantic Cargo and Delta Cargo are poised for takeoff to their new home: the new purpose-built dnata City East, London Heathrow’s state-of-the-art cargo facility. The move supports the airlines’ growing cargo businesses, enhances their trans-Atlantic partnership, and future-proofs the joint venture’s position in the UK market by doubling the size of their cargo footprint …

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Is Technology the Solution to Global Supply Chain Complexity?

As global trade continues to transform the way companies are producing, moving, buying, and selling goods across borders, it’s important for supply chain leaders to know about trade trends that can help them benchmark their company against the leaders and laggards. To sort through emerging and existing technology, a recent survey by global trade management …

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U.S. Travel Ban Is Expected to Snarl Trans-Atlantic Airfreight

The U.S. 30-day ban on some travel from Europe could have a significant impact on the movement of trans-Atlantic cargo flown in the bellies of passenger planes, driving up shipping rates and crimping airfreight capacity, industry executives said. President Trump suggested in his Wednesday night address that the restrictions would also apply to cargo, though the White …

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Maersk Seeks Anchor, Canada’s Rail Standoff and Garlic Markets Pressed

The world’s biggest container shipping line is racing to withdraw capacity as fast as business demand is falling. A.P. Moeller-Maersk Chief Executive Soren Skou says Maersk Line has pulled more than 50 scheduled sailings from its China services since late January, the WSJ’s Costas Paris and Dominic Chopping report, part of the broader retrenchment of shipping services in …

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Corona outbreak hits industries dependent on Chinese parts

AURANGABAD: The coronavirus outbreak has hit industries in Maharashtra’s Aurangabad district, a prominent manufacturing hub, with companies finding it difficult to procure substitutes for Chinese parts. Companies have started sourcing products from other countries to continue their manufacturing without interruptions. “Aurangabad has more than 4,000 companies and some of them source parts from China. The …

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