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Will sea freight be an alternative to Latin American air freight?

Trade imbalance and capacity issues play a mayor role in Latin American logistics. The flower trade finds it particularly hard to deal with these recent capacity problems. According to Christine Boldt, executive vice president of the Association of Floral Importers of Florida, they consider switching to sea freight. 

"Now we are looking at sea freight, which we have never considered before. There has to be some relief – either find a southbound option to get lift, or shift to the sea", she explains. "But a shift to sea will change the entire way we do business. So if anyone has southbound cargo by air, we are in.”


Publication date: 11/8/2017

 


 

Other news in this sector:

11/30/2017 Air France-KLM and Jet Airways sign enhanced cooperation agreement
11/29/2017 Schiphol presents 'Usage estimate 2018'
11/28/2017 Transporting flower bulbs is a specialty in itself
11/27/2017 Emirates SkyCargo signs MoU with Dubai CommerCity
11/24/2017 Kenya: Slow fresh produce paper work costs airlines millions
11/23/2017 Kenya eyes China cut flower market
11/22/2017 Kenya: Cargolite Open Day posponed to Nov. 30
11/21/2017 UK: New Covent Garden Market partners with Zipcar
11/20/2017 Kenya Airways cuts half-year loss to Sh3.8bn
11/17/2017 US (FL): Port authority sees increased tonnage thanks to Ecuador trade
11/16/2017 Qatar Airways sets the record straight about its contribution to the U.S. economy
11/15/2017 Mobile app helps growers and retailers track perishable cargo in real time
11/14/2017 Ethiopian wins AFRAA Airline of the Year Award
11/13/2017 Flower Logistics Africa returns with perishables in tow; Nairobi to play host
11/10/2017 Qatar Airways set for annual loss amid Saudi bockade
11/9/2017 New airplane adds capacity for Kenya-UK flower transport
11/7/2017 “There’s no reason to be exploitative”
11/6/2017 US: As flower imports increase, Miami remains main entry point
11/3/2017 Qatar Airways touches down for the first time at Sarajevo International Airport
11/2/2017 Bercomex demonstrates functioning Furora Rosa and Rosematic at Dümmen Orange

 

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