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We are proud to announce that we are opening a new office in Shanghai, China, marking yet another important milestone in the continuous international expansion of our group.
BGL is closely monitoring on developments concerning the situation in Ukraine. We will assist our customers as the conflict progresses in addressing any negative effects on their supply chains. BGL expects that the recent developments in Ukraine will impose significant operational and capacity limitations across all modes of transport on the entire region, including Russia.
Due to recent COVID outbreaks and quarantine restrictions between China’s provinces, the demand for returning home is expected to be lower than in previous years. Some factories shut their production earlier to allow staff to travel to their home town with a sufficient quarantine period.
After joining the GTS family in August 2021 – we are delighted to announce that Skytruck Forwarders will be rebranded to Best Global Logistics Singapore!
Although the SCFI freight indicators on SHA-RTM continue to rise by around 3%, some of the major carriers are beginning to project market demand to soften after CNY.
The Ningbo Beilun lockdown has been lifted during the week. The transportation situation is recovering quickly. This will relieve some of the pressure on the surrounding ports, like Shanghai.
The Beilun COVID outbreak has been the main topic recently. The entire area of Beilun is locked down and limited to essential activities only.
Global Transport Solutions, a logistics service provider specialized in marine- and time-critical logistics, has acquired Skytruck Forwarders, a marine logistics specialist in Singapore and trusted partner to Best Global Logistics and Marinetrans for decades.
Best Global Logistics joins the Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) programme of Air France KLM Martinair Cargo
Best Global Logistics and Air France KLM Martinair Cargo team up to launch the first low-carbon airfreight route in the global forwarding of ship spares.