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DSV opens new office in the US

DSV opens new office in the US

News   •   Aug 01, 2019 10:21 CEST

We have added Pittsburgh to the list of US cities where we are present with an office.

Panalpina applies War Risk Surcharge for Strait of Hormuz

Panalpina applies War Risk Surcharge for Strait of Hormuz

News   •   Jul 08, 2019 20:50 CEST

Panalpina, the world’s fourth largest provider of ocean freight services is applying a War Risk Surcharge for the Strait of Hormuz as a result of significantly increased insurance premiums for all vessel operators going through the busy waterway.

Panalpina’s African Star shines yet again

Panalpina’s African Star shines yet again

News   •   Jun 26, 2019 16:28 CEST

A scheduled shutdown of a deep-water oil platform is no small undertaking. For one Panalpina customer, their entire maintenance plan would have been derailed if not for Panalpina’s innovative African Star solution for transporting large shipments from the U.S. to Angola expeditiously. Four heat exchangers with a total weight of 47,210 kg were shipped from the U.S. to Luanda in a few days only.

Panalpina expands its network of GDP-certified sites

Panalpina expands its network of GDP-certified sites

News   •   May 02, 2019 10:00 CEST

Straight from bagging Good Distribution Practice (GDP) certifications for 11 sites in 2018, Panalpina expects to get over 10 sites certified to GDP in 2019. With currently 37 GDP-certified locations around the globe, the logistics provider is well-positioned to serve the healthcare and pharmaceuticals industry with comprehensive, end-to-end supply chain solutions.

Cementing valuable relationships at the TPM ocean freight event

Cementing valuable relationships at the TPM ocean freight event

Blog posts   •   Mar 08, 2019 14:30 CET

Panalpina's Ocean Freight team turned out in full force at this week's Trans-Pacific Maritime Conference (TPM) in Long Beach, CA, USA, which was attended by thousands of the top importers, carriers and freight forwarders in the trade lane. Three of Panalpina's leaders share thoughts on their key take-home messages from TPM19.

After a very good 2018 for Panalpina in Querétaro, the Mexico-USA-UK-Luxembourg roundtrip is Brexit-ready

After a very good 2018 for Panalpina in Querétaro, the Mexico-USA-UK-Luxembourg roundtrip is Brexit-ready

News   •   Jan 14, 2019 12:44 CET

Last May, Panalpina added Querétaro International Airport (QRO) in Mexico to the “Speedy” loop of its Charter Network, making it the first and only company to offer a transatlantic flight from Querétaro to London Stansted Airport (STN) in the UK and to Luxembourg (LUX) via Huntsville, offering contingency solutions for medical, food supply and other urgent goods in light of Brexit.

LATAM Cargo begins direct service between Bogotá and Panalpina's Huntsville gateway

LATAM Cargo begins direct service between Bogotá and Panalpina's Huntsville gateway

News   •   Dec 07, 2018 15:20 CET

​For the first time in its history, LATAM Cargo flew a direct route between the cities of Bogotá, Colombia, and Huntsville, Alabama, United States. The new cargo-only route was opened on December 2, 2018, and will be operated once weekly. The new service marks an important milestone for Panalpina as the company continuously expands its Charter Network and the Perishables Network.

“The elongated, take-make-dispose supply chain is under threat”

“The elongated, take-make-dispose supply chain is under threat”

Blog posts   •   Nov 26, 2018 16:40 CET

In a recent interview, Mike Wilson, global head of Logistics and Manufacturing at Panalpina, and newly chaired honorary visiting professor at Cardiff Business School, talked to professor Aris Syntetos, from the School’s Panalpina Research Centre, about manufacturing and supply chain trends, Sino-US trade conflicts and who will be the ultimate winners in global logistics.

E-commerce: a risky boom for international supply chains

E-commerce: a risky boom for international supply chains

Blog posts   •   Nov 09, 2018 13:25 CET

Global retail online sales are expected to exceed $4.8 trillion by 2021 and e-commerce is the fastest-growing sector driving global air freight volumes. But what’s easily shopped online needs to be shipped in a safe and compliant way in the physical world. In the background, Panalpina ensures that international e-commerce shipments comply with customs, dangerous goods and security regulations.

Colombia: Panalpina opens first ocean freight hub operation

Colombia: Panalpina opens first ocean freight hub operation

News   •   Oct 08, 2018 14:10 CEST

Panalpina brings to the market another industry first with the Less than Container Load (LCL) Ocean Freight hub in Cartagena, Colombia, which connects services in Europe, Asia and Latin America with Central America and the Caribbean. Operated entirely by Panalpina, this new development offers customers more than 30 new LCL services, reduced transit times and greater coverage.

Air freight peak season: ready for take-off

Air freight peak season: ready for take-off

News   •   Sep 28, 2018 08:45 CEST

The 2018 air freight peak season is due to begin after Chinese Golden Week. Many trade lanes have already seen double-digit rate increases and further increases are expected. Panalpina has secured extra flights and ensured readiness on the ground and is also testing a new charter tool, which provides an overview of scheduled cargo flights and of all cargo aircraft available for chartering.

Air freight on steroids

Air freight on steroids

Blog posts   •   Jul 06, 2018 14:55 CEST

E-commerce is the fastest growing sector driving global air freight volumes. Panalpina's global head of Air Freight, Lucas Kuehner, explains Panalpina's approach to air freight for e-commerce, and what it takes to be successful in that business where nothing can go wrong - while making sure that regular air freight customers do not lose out on capacity come the peak season.

Shine on you: Panalpina to manage seven solar plants in Australia

Shine on you: Panalpina to manage seven solar plants in Australia

News   •   Jun 20, 2018 10:10 CEST

Panalpina continues its work in renewable energy in Australia with seven new solar farms awarded by a leading electrical and communications engineering solutions consortium. The scope of work includes site coordination, shipping, customs clearance, and the entire landside logistics from Asia, Europe and USA.

Panalpina’s expansion of the Perishables Network continues in Argentina

Panalpina’s expansion of the Perishables Network continues in Argentina

Press releases   •   Jun 13, 2018 19:05 CEST

Panalpina continues to expand its global Perishables Network in South America. The international freight forwarding and logistics company is to acquire Newport Cargo S.A., Argentina’s air freight market leader and perishables specialist. The acquisition is geared towards end-to-end solutions for perishables and will increase Panalpina’s foothold in Argentina and neighboring countries.

Shipping a helideck to Argentina

Shipping a helideck to Argentina

News   •   Jun 08, 2018 09:00 CEST

Panalpina recently delivered the main components for the AM3 offshore platform of the Area Magallanes Incremental Project (PIAM in Spanish) from Texas in the US to Punta Quilla, Argentina. The move was commissioned by EPC Techint, which provides worldwide engineering, procurement, construction, operation and management for high complexity, large-scale projects.

Panalpina is CTPAT re-validated by the US Customs and Border Protection

Panalpina is CTPAT re-validated by the US Customs and Border Protection

News   •   May 28, 2018 14:30 CEST

US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) carried out an audit and re-validation of Panalpina’s CTPAT standing as a consolidator and broker. CTPAT is a public-private sector partnership program which recognizes that CBP can provide the highest level of cargo security only through close cooperation with the principle stakeholders of the international supply chain.

Panalpina launches scheduled flights to Querétaro, Mexico

Panalpina launches scheduled flights to Querétaro, Mexico

News   •   May 18, 2018 09:45 CEST

As of today, May 18, 2018, Panalpina has added Querétaro International Airport (QRO) in Mexico to the “Speedy” loop of its Charter Network, which also connects Mexico City (MEX) and Guadalajara (GDL) with Panalpina’s air freight gateway in Huntsville (HSV), Alabama. Panalpina is the only freight carrier to serve three international airports with scheduled flights within and out of Mexico.

World Remanufacturing Day: celebrating the commercial and environmental benefits of the circular economy

World Remanufacturing Day: celebrating the commercial and environmental benefits of the circular economy

News   •   Apr 12, 2018 12:20 CEST

If rockets can be reused, then a lot of other things should be too! Today is World Remanufacturing Day. Remanufacturing and the circular economy go hand in hand and Panalpina helps its customers make the transition to circular supply chains in multiple industries; remanufacturing mobile phones, repairing telecoms equipment, repacking fashion products and screening and testing optical equipment.

Clean energy for 54,000 Australian homes with Downer

Clean energy for 54,000 Australian homes with Downer

News   •   Mar 15, 2018 11:45 CET

Panalpina is involved in a series of projects that will help reshape Australia’s energy future. In 2017, leading integrated services company Downer awarded Panalpina with the Ross River Solar Farm contract. Panalpina will control shipping, customs clearance, inland transport, warehousing and site coordination for ocean freight from Asia and the USA.

From Mexico with love: frozen guacamole through Huntsville

From Mexico with love: frozen guacamole through Huntsville

News   •   Jan 31, 2018 11:50 CET

Airlifting 42,000 kg of frozen guacamole from Mexico to the UK in ten shipments over a six-week period might seem odd. Why ship frozen food by air? If the customer was happy with having the product sent over six weeks, wouldn’t a single shipment by ocean be more reasonable?