According to data released by the International Air Transport Association, February air shipment volumes increased 9% compared to the same month in 2019. The results were also 1.5% higher than in January, when air cargo traffic returned to positive territory, plus 1.1% over 2019, from the depths of last spring’s
According to GCaptain, the Japanese owner of the Ever Given, Shoe Kisen, declared General Average.
So what is General Average and what happens when General Average is declared?
General Average is a principle of maritime law that requires that the shipowner and its customers share a proportionate amount of
“You have to be a strong, passionate and courageous woman to run a business in a male dominated industry”. Every March, as we celebrate Women’s history month, we are reminded of the contributions and accomplishments women have made throughout history.
It is not new that female entrepreneurs face numerous barriers
March 24th is equal pay day, a reminder of the persistent income inequality between men and women. According to CNBC, the gap was decreased by one percent this year as lower paid women either lost their jobs or voluntarily left the workforce to care for children.
“Gender inequities in
According to CNBC, container freight and charter markets are continuing to rise post-Chinese New Year. This unrelenting trade boom is expected to last in the summer.
Why? COVID could change inventories
At the beginning of the pandemic, it was like “Oh my God, we’re stocked out of everything, we
Q: What made you start ImEx Cargo?
A: Early on I knew that I wanted to work for myself but I never imagined it would be in logistics/ freight in a million years. I had an overwhelming sense of curiosity and passion that always had me questioning and wanting to