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U-Freight is a global logistics company that has been in operation for over 50 years and covers all modes of transportation including international freight forwarding and supply chain management solutions, to support our clients’ diverse international shipping requirements.
U-Freight recognises that e-commerce is an integral part of many of our customers' business models, and has been an early developer of flexible logistics fulfillment services for e-commerce that allows us to provide customers with the very best experience.
Since the 1960s, U-Freight has provided traditional freight forwarding solutions across all modes, with an overriding attention to service, reliability and cost efficiency throughout our clients global supply chains.
From a global network of freight hubs, U-Freight provides national and transnational warehousing and distribution services that support inbound and outbound logistics, distribution and aftermarket operations in a way that improves our client's inventory management, reduces total operating costs and improves cycle times.
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WorldACD Air Cargo reports Lunar New Year surge
The U-Freight Group, which has a strong presence in the expedited international airfreight business, notes that in the final week before the Lunar New Year (LNY) on February 10, air cargo rates from China have experienced a significant surge, as revealed by the latest data from WorldACD Market Data, reports the American Journal of Transportation.
Maersk says Red Sea vessel diversions could extend into second half of 2024
With a comprehensive network of international container shipping services, including LCL and FCL import and export operations, the U-Freight Group notes that A.P. Moller-Maersk, the second-largest global ocean carrier, is advising customers to prepare for a Red Sea crisis that could stretch well into the second half of this year.
IATA to emphasise air cargo's worth at WCS
With our headquarters, as well as several freight and logistics hubs in Hong Kong, we note that the key messages that IATA'S global head of cargo wants to share at the trade body's 2024 World Cargo Symposium (WCS) which will be held here is that "air cargo's success matters" to the global economy.
U-Freight welcomes latest decision on container shipping rules
As a leading provider of ocean freight forwarding services, we welcome the news that the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) will not recommend to the Secretary of State for Business and Trade that the current Consortia Block Exemption Regulation (CBER) be replaced by a UK equivalent when it expires on 25 April 2024.