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Companies Are Relying More on Expedited Freight Services Due to Inventory Delays

By Dan Boaz

Problems with supply chain management during the first half of 2021 forced organizations to utilize expedited freight services to ship and receive inventory. As COVID-19 restrictions are lifted across the U.S. after more than a year, companies are struggling to catch up. 

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FMCSA and State Shutdowns Grow as COVID-19 Situation Remains Fluid

By Dan Boaz

Over the past week, individual states have issued emergency orders to restrict individual and commercial activity to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Achieving Air Freight Superiority - with AirFreight.com

By Dan Boaz

Although the on-going trade dispute between the U.S. and China impacted the volume of airfreight delivered in 2019, the amount of goods shipped by air still exceeded $61 billion (U.S.). This is an astounding figure, considering that the first practical demonstration of air freight took place in November, 1910, and was 200 pounds of silk for the grand opening of a retail store.

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Boeing Freighters Prepared For Increased Air Freight Demand

By Dan Boaz

With demand for air freight services on an upward trend that shows little sign of slowing down, carriers across the globe are looking to expand their air fleets. These companies need fast, safe planes with ample cargo space, and Boeing is hard at work to meet their needs. The new line of Boeing freight planes has the carrying capacity necessary to serve a myriad of carriers and clients.

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Air Advances: 2017 Ends With Strong Sign Of Air Freight Growth

By Dan Boaz

After a mild slowdown in October, the global air freight industry saw promising signs in November, with an 8.8 percent increase in FTK demand compared to the previous year. 2017 had featured strong air freight statistics, but many experts feared that growth was coming to an end. November’s increase suggests that the industry will continue to expand into 2018.

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