Worldwide Logistics Group Opens New Branch in Kenya

Worldwide Logistics Group is proud to announce a new branch office located in Nairobi, Kenya. This is the logistics company’s second office to open in Africa. Last week, they announced the opening of their first ever African branch located on the west coast in Accra, Ghana. Because of the strategic, coastal location of the Kenya … Continued

Worldwide Logistics Group Wins China Airlines Award

3PL leader, Worldwide Logistics Group, has won China Airlines Million Dollar Sales Award in recognition of their outstanding contribution to US exports in 2020. This award is a milestone for Worldwide Logistics because of their perseverance during the Covid-19 pandemic. “Standing out in a competitive supply chain market is important to Worldwide Logistics at any … Continued

Project Cargo and Trade Fair Logistics – Recent Highlights in Logistics from Worldwide Logistics Group Germany

With a highly qualified team of project cargo and trade fair logistics experts, Worldwide Logistics Germany (WWL GmbH) carried out two very intricate shipments last month – a luxury car delivery to the UAE and pharmaceutical machinery to and from CIPM 2021, the largest pharmaceutical machinery exhibition located in Chengdu, China. Luxury Car Transport WWL … Continued

New Advance Fee For Improved Service

On September 1st, Worldwide Logistics will be introducing a 2% advance fee with a minimum $50 per transaction in order to cover any advances made on behalf of our clients. These advances made on behalf of clients include items such as demurrage, per diem, storage, prepull, rail detention and other related charges that have become … Continued

China Limits Cargo Operations Forcing Airline Cancellations

In an effort to contain a spike in Covid infections, the Chinese government has significantly reduced operations and crew availability, forcing airlines to cut hundreds of flights. To compound the issue, this is happening just as peak shipping season goes into high gear in a sector already struggling to keep up with strong demand. According … Continued

Lockdown Continues in Vietnam, Factories Shutdown

The rise in Covid-19 cases in Vietnam is causing factories to shut down, affecting some of the largest US companies including Nike, Adidas and Ashley Furniture. According to the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (VITAS), one-third of Vietnam’s textile and garment factories are closed. Big names like Adidas and Nike are affected. Nike closed three … Continued

Airlines Convert Passenger Fleets to Carry Cargo During Coronavirus Pandemic

Airlines are looking for ways to utilize grounded passenger fleets to meet a shortage of cargo capacity.  The ripple effect of COVID-19 has grounded many passenger flights which is causing a global shortage of cargo space. Since passenger aircraft make up a large share of cargo capacity, there is a serious shortage in space, causing … Continued