We trust this email find you safe and well. The Cargo Services team is available continuing to support our client’s freight forwarding requirements.
 
We are working with agents around the world and sharing information about the impact of COVID-19 to the freight forwarding industry to help client's plan their supply chains during this critical time.

Get information on our website and through these email news updates.
This is a summary of what we know to date:
 
  • California ordered a “stay at home,” to residents yesterday. The port at Los Angeles and Long Beach is still operational and open to workers. We continue to monitor this situation. Read more

  • The United States and Mexico are expected to announce a border closure to non-essential travel today. Cargo and trade will continue. Read more

  • The United States/Canada border is open to freight according to an announcement from CN. While the border is closed to travelers, cargo shipments continue to move. Read more

  • The Port of Houston remains open. A worker is in good condition after being diagnosed with COVID-19. It’s believed there was limited exposure to others at the port. Read more

  • While countries are issuing border closures not all trade routes are affected: Italy is still exporting to one of our customers; Poland also is exporting to a customer; and cargo container surpluses in China are being routed back to the United States. Read about the container imbalance situation here.

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