China’s rolling COVID-19 lockdowns and significant disruption linked to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have left the global air freight market to face a difficult second half of the year.
05 May 2022
Winding down operations in Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine has come with a hefty price tag, but transport providers are mostly playing down the impact.
29 Mar 2022
The reluctance to ship China export rail cargo through Russia to Europe is keeping forwarders busy, but the only available options come at a cost.
29 Mar 2022
Import volume from China has been increasing since late last year, and combined with the severely disrupted supply chains is leading to a deteriorating cargo storage situation across Europe.
16 Mar 2022
For China-Europe rail shippers, there are precious few alternatives to the northern corridor that passes through Russia and Belarus and handles almost all the volume moved on the land bridge.
07 Mar 2022
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could exacerbate a tonnage shortage in the global MPV/HL sector driven by ongoing container-side congestion and spillover cargo.
02 Mar 2022
While Antonov's smaller AN-124s continue to operate, restoring the behemoth AN-225 will take five years and cost more than $3 billion, according to the Ukrainian government's news outlet.
01 Mar 2022
Most of the world’s major carriers have now suspended shipments to and from Russia, severely restricting commercial maritime access to the country in the aftermath of its invasion of Ukraine.
28 Feb 2022
Dutch Customs is preventing terminals in the country from handling Russia-bound containers, while another carrier has suspended all bookings to Russia in the aftermath of Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
24 Feb 2022
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has prompted the closure of the country’s main port of Odessa, forcing container carriers to divert vessels.
13 Feb 2019
The country is further developing domestic marine terminals in an effort to build on the 19 percent growth in containerized trade seen last year.
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