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Flexport access to SF Airlines’ Hangzhou-New York route

This article from the Loadstar indicates that supply chain firms such as Flexport are struggling to align themselves for the volatile tariff situation we have now.  Some firms are leaving China but others are staying in and look for an alternate shipment method with more speed and smaller inventory.

SF Airlines (Wikipedia) is a Chinese cargo airline with headquarters in Shenzen, Guangdong Province. They have about 55 aircraft. SF submitted an application to the USDOT last week for a 3x per week service on the Hangzhou-New York route.  We will see if approval is granted.

Flexport indicated they are seeing a dropoff in trade with China.  But 3PLs like Flexport work to help companies transport goods from anywhere.  Rearrangement of transport becomes the norm, and their business depends on success for their customers.

logo  via Flexport confirms access to SF Airlines’ services between Hangzhou and New York – The Loadstar

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