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Los Angeles, CA - December 4th 2019— American Worldwide Agencies (AWA) has been formally granted Customs Trade and Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) certification by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). The certification was achieved after over a year-long, rigorous process of reviewing procedures, standards and partnerships. CTPAT and its partners work to protect the supply [...]
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Network Update November 2019

XLI Global Australia, Perth XLI Global Air and Ocean was established in 2004 in Perth, Western Australia IATA certified with 60+ employees across our 3 locations, we are air and consolidation specialists. With branch offices in Adelaide and Brisbane we have national coverage. Our core focus is airfreight; however, we do maintain FAK programs from [...]
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China is currently in the world news, as global diplomatic tensions continue, not the least being the tariff conflict with the USA. However, Chinese companies continue to trade successfully interna-tionally and the work of the supporting logistics providers is as vital as ever. One outstanding award -winning company, Globelink China logistics Ltd is expanding its [...]
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Network Update October 2019

Venus Air Cargo Egypt, Cairo Venus Air Cargo as daughter company of Venus International Transport was established in 1986 in Egypt with 2 offices (Airport office & City Office) in Cairo. We're The No.1 IATA cargo agent in Africa and Middle East as of sales Turnover & FIATA, EIFFA, EIFFLA, ISO 9001 certified with 80 [...]
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COMPETING AGAINST TIME

NAX 24/7 a division of NAP, held an innovative time critical logistics  conference in Amsterdam, attended by over 100 delegates from across the international air cargo logistics supply chain. The theme was responding to shippers’ needs for emergency airfreight transport and on Just-in-time delivery. The sectors discussed included automotive and aviation industries, life science and pharma, [...]
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Cargo Claims Joins Forces With NAP

Since the early days of air cargo transportation, damage and loss have played a part in the financial viability and safety of airfreight. Whether it be physical damage, deterioration of perishable products, poor handling, delays by Customs, theft or terrorism, the losses are incorporated into the bottom man-hours line. Accepting that there will always be [...]
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