Posts Tagged: Air

Emily Grein Speaks at Virtual Dangerous Goods Conference

Emily Grein, International Manager, Airfreight for Logistics Plus, recently spoke during the Virtual Dangerous Goods Conference hosted by the Dangerous Goods Trainers Association (DGTA) on May 11th. The conference was available to both DGTA members as well as non-members. Emily spoke during the Freight Forwarding, Third-Party Packing, and Dangerous Goods portion of the conference. Specifically,… Read more »

Logistics Plus Saudi Arabia Completes Boiler Tube Project

The Logistics Plus Saudi Arabia team recently arranged the transport of 80 tons of boiler tubes from Germany to Jeddah airport on a door-to-door basis. The client is one of the largest independent, family-owned group of companies in the Gulf region with business activities across the world. They are a renowned name in the Middle… Read more »

Logistics Plus Receives Annual Approval for TSA Security Program

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Logistics Plus Receives Annual Approval for TSA Security Program It is the 11th straight year that Logistics Plus has received TSA approval as an Indirect Air Carrier. ERIE, PA (February 10, 2021) – Logistics Plus Inc. (LP), a leading worldwide provider of transportation, logistics, and supply chain solutions, is pleased to share… Read more »

Cargo Air Charter Basics from Logistics Plus

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While air charters are a common alternative to commercial passenger flights, they’re also an alternative method for transporting cargo. Aside from the cost, one of the most apparent differences between a standard air freight shipment and a cargo air charter shipment is that instead of renting space on a plane you’re renting the entire plane!… Read more »

Logistics Plus Creates New Group Focused on Air Charter Solutions

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Logistics Plus Creates New Group Focused on Air Charter Solutions The new, dedicated LP Air Charter Group is being headed up by two industry veterans. ERIE, PA (October 27, 2020) – Logistics Plus Inc. (LP), a leading worldwide provider of transportation, logistics, and supply chain solutions, has created a new, dedicated “LP… Read more »

Coordinating Air Imports of PPE Supplies at ORD

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As most know by now, Logistics Plus took on the challenge of sourcing, importing, and distributing much needed PPE supplies (personal protective equipment) from China to the United States. We knew there would be obstacles along the way; but thanks to great teamwork and collaboration, we are finding a way to make it happen. Megan… Read more »

Logistics Plus Completes Urgent Hand-Carry Delivery To China

Matt Heinzman, Asia Trade Lane Manager for Logistics Plus, completed an urgent hand-carry delivery to Shanghai, China for one of our global customers. The customer, needing the parts delivered urgently, called Logistics Plus to schedule the pickup and delivery of goods from Chicago to Shanghai. The challenge for this delivery was that, due to the… Read more »

Logistics Plus Dubai Assists With Urgent Project

Yossava Trans Logistics recently nominated Logistics Plus Dubai to handle one of their critical air shipments for a project called “Sambu II Expansion Project PT JGC INDONESIA.” Project Scope: On short notice, two units of firefighting foam skids and accessories (6 units total) were required to be shipped together to the client. In order to… Read more »

Game of Modes: Transportation is Coming (and Going)

Logistics Plus is a leading worldwide provider of transportation, warehousing, fulfillment, global logistics, business intelligence, technology, and supply chain solutions. As depicted in the circle image of the Logistics Plus (LP) logo, we have the experience and expertise to help shippers move their goods by any transportation mode, including ground, air, ocean, and rail. If… Read more »

Current State of the Air Cargo Industry Heading into 2018

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The air freight industry has experienced some radical shifts throughout the years, and 2018 will be no exception. Headwinds are in store for international air freight transporters as they manage available air capacity, especially during peaking season. Capacity is likely to become harder to find. If large shippers acquire a larger slice of the available… Read more »