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Better Options for Expedited Air Service to Address Capacity/Congestion Issues

Despite its leading role in global manufacturing, China has a first-rate problem when it comes to reliable air service options.  Namely, that its two major airports, Beijing and Shanghai, rank dead last and next-to-dead last in terms of on time … Continue reading

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EU Green Tax Sparks International Outrage

As many as 30 different countries, including the United States, China and Russia, have joined forces to oppose a European Union edict to impose fines on international air carriers using its airspace.  Opposition has become so strident, that the issue … Continue reading

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Shipping from Canada or Peru – What “On Time Delivery” Means

Most businesses thrive very nicely without ever having heard the phrase “Incoterms,” and choose instead to leave the intricacies of international shipping to their logistics provider.  Except, it is worthwhile for a business to have at least cursory knowledge of … Continue reading

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