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  • UPS joins SF Holdings to energize China-U.S. cross-border e-commerce

    UPS and Chinese transport and logistics company SF Holdings announced plans to establish international delivery services, starting with deliveries from China to the United States, with plans to add more countries in the future. The joint-venture deal clears a path for cross-border e-commerce sellers in China looking to access the U.S. market, providing service between the world’s two largest economies.

     

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  • Airports around the world register strong first-quarter volumes

    More evidence is in that air freight demand has turned the corner, and the question now is how long the demand will last. That’s one possible conclusion to be drawn from the latest report from Airports Council International (ACI), the trade association of the world’s airports, which registered freight volumes rising by 8.3 percent, year-over-year in the first quarter of 2017 and 10.9 percent for the month of March.

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  • Container shipping set for $1.5B profit in 2017

    The container shipping industry is set close the year with an operating profit of around $1.5 billion, driven by higher freight rates and rapidly growing cargo demand, according to Drewry Shipping Consultants.

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  • Informall company has published the rating of work of container lines in Ukraine for the period of January-September

    Informall company has published the rating of work of container lines in Ukraine for the period of January-September of this year comparing to the same period of the previous year. The rating was comprised based on data of total containers turnover, excluding transshipment.

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  • COUNTRIES WITH THE BIGGEST MERCANTILE MARINE WERE NAMED

    The consulting agency VesselsValue has published the next list of the countries with the biggest mercantile marine. The basic criterion for the comprising the list was the total cost of the ships registered in each of the countries. The leader is Greece again, with the total estimation value of its mercantile marine equal to 95.3 billion dollars. The other first two positions are after Japan and China. Their total estimation values of the mercantile marine are equal to 80.8 and 67.5 billion dollars respectively.

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  • THE ALGORITHM OF ISPC FOR DOCUMENTING THE CONTAINERS WAS CHANGED

    As of February 8, the forwarding agents are allowed to receive the allowance to freighting the imported containers on the vehicles and to receive the information about the settled forms of controls by the customs officers (endorsement of orders) even before the ship with such containers arrives in the port.

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