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A United Airlines airplane is prepared to be  pushed back from a gate Monday, Feb. 3, 2014, at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, NJ. A winter storm one day after the Super Bowl cancelled or delayed dozens of flights in the region. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) ** Usable by LA and DC Only **

Freight delays and postponement as a result of bad weather  

We would like to inform our clients’ of the disappointing start to 2018 in some parts of the world where bad weather conditions are causing delays and cancellation of shipments thereby resulting in operational challenges, inefficiencies and increased cost.

Heavy snowfall and below-freezing temperatures have highly affected our trade due to flight re-routing and cancellation of many carriers. Temperatures in affected countries are sinking below -20 degrees Celsius and forecasters predict they would continue to sink.

To our beloved clients who are affected we apologize in advance and hope that the weather conditions clear up soon. In case of a delayed or a postponed delivery, we kindly request our clients to bear with us as these are unforeseen situations beyond ours or our carrier’s control.

 

 

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