The Government of Rwanda will enlist Zipline to be able to make autonomous deliveries to the nation’s entire population.
Drone delivery provider Zipline adds yet another health care company to its list of delivery partners.
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Regulators will poll the trucking industry on the value of the hours-of-service waiver as FMCSA readies another extension.
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Multi-month exemption will apply to groceries, livestock, and medical supplies.
DHL located a new life sciences warehouse in Indianapolis because the city has many pharmaceutical companies in the area.
Russian airline Volga-Dnepr, whose planes are commonly associated with transporting heavy equipment, spent the past three months ferrying tons of medical supplies from China to France to combat COVID-19.
Latest extension in place through July 14.
The Canadian government shifts from planes to ships to import larger volumes of personal protective equipment and other medical supplies for COVID-19 pandemic.
At least two governments, Australia and New Zealand, are helping to correct distortions in the airfreight market.
International aviation authorities and health experts are trying to create public health corridors in the sky through the application of multi-layers of sanitary and hygiene standards.
Want to ride a “ghost flight” for fun? You can’t. They’re only open for freight and Delta Air Lines is flying lots of them from Asia to the U.S.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created choppy conditions in the airfreight market, but air cargo companies like Atlas Air are mostly seeing upside for their business.
LATAM Airlines and Qatar Airways are maximizing freighter deployments.
While FEMA is working to airlift medical supplies from international sources, the White House doesn’t want to share equipment with other countries that may be in need. But don’t blame logistics providers like FedEx, which are executing on their logistics contracts.
Mayor taps Gene Seroka to locate and deliver medical supplies critically needed during coronavirus pandemic.
In a race against time, many are relying on the air freight industry to get critical goods to their destinations.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection said it will do its part to keep imports of medical gear flowing efficiently into the country.
The demand for coronavirus medical supplies is so great that passenger aircraft are being repurposed for cargo service, logistics companies are chartering those airplanes and full freighters, and governments are setting up air pipelines with logistics partners.
One of the world’s largest suppliers of disposable rubber gloves may resume exports to the U.S. after resolving forced labor concerns, Customs and Border Protection said.
Family-owned Beaver Express Services notified 160 company drivers and 100 part-time and full-time independent contractors Monday that the LTL carrier is ceasing operations after 77 years.
The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative acknowledged, “the imposition of tariffs on certain Chinese imports has resulted in an overall decline in the availability of needed medical equipment and supplies.”