Dear valued customer,
starting from January 01, 2020, the global shipping industry will face another major change. A new regulation will come into effect in order to reduce environmental pollution from ocean vessels.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has announced that a 0.5% sulphur cap for marine fuels will be implemented.
Very Low Sulphur Fuel Oil (VLSFO with 0.5% sulphur) will be used from that date on instead of current Intermediate Fuel Oil (IFO380) which has 3.5% sulphur.
Carriers, shipping lines and Co-Loaders are expecting rising costs and already begin to announce that they will forward the increasing costs to their customers.
We are closely monitoring the current developments in rate adjustments.
Once we receive concrete figures, the departments will be able to update the current rates.
According to the trade association HDE, the Germans spent around 2.4 billion euros on the Black Friday weekend of 2018. The next Black Friday is almost 4 weeks away. Are you logistically well positioned? Above all, rapid transport solutions are essential here. QCS offers well thought through e-commerce concepts with integrated warehousing options.
The global demand for airfreight continues to decrease. In July the airlines’ association IATA recorded a minus of 3.2% for freight tonnage in comparison with the previous year. Now is the time to contact Quick Cargo. We may help you find a long-term solution with the airlines, at a locked in rate.
QCS organizes Antonov 124 full charter flight from Belgium to the U.S. In cooperation with our USA Project Partner UTC Overseas, Inc. located Wilmington, NC, QCS Quick Cargo Service GmbH has organized a full charter flight from Belgium to the U.S.