Category archives: News

Brazilian Customs Strike – Effective May 14

The Brazilian Customs Union will be on strike for the next 30 days. Special shipments such as perishables, animals, human remains and medicines will continue to be cleared, but all other shipments may experience custom clearance delays for the duration of...

27 May 2018
Catégorie: News


Spanish Stevedores to Strike Again

Spanish dockworkers have decided to resort again to strikes across Spanish ports as a way of pressuring the government to restore stability to the sector. The dockworkers' union Coordinadora announced the measure on May 9, following a meeting of stowage representatives....

27 May 2018
Catégorie: News


New Customs Requirements for Shipments to and through China

Air Canada Cargo has advised that, as of June 1, it will be mandatory to include the shipper code and contact identifier on the MAWB and HAWB for all shipments destined to or transiting through China. The shipper code corresponds to...

27 May 2018
Catégorie: News


Air France Gets Time to Negotiate as Strike Costs Mount

Multiple unions have staged a series of one-day strikes over the last few weeks at Air France, as part of their campaign for higher wages. The airline says the strikes have cost it EUR€400 million (USD$474.5 million). The unions want a...

27 May 2018
Catégorie: News


Workers at Major Indian Ports Plan Indefinite Strike

Workers unions plan to go on an indefinite strike at all of the 12 major ports in India on or after May 30 to press their demands, according to T. Narendra Rao, general secretary of the Water Transport Workers’ Federation...

27 May 2018
Catégorie: News