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DACHSER launched a new warehouse in Sosnowiec and moved its former Sosnowiec branch to it. The new facility is 80% larger than the previous one, including over 8,000 square metres allotted for cross-docking and contract logistics.
Luxembourg-based family-owned company Flowey has earned a reputation around the world for high-quality care products for cars and trucks. Their recipe for success? Quality, elbow grease, and high-performance logistics.
Jochen Müller has served as COO Air & Sea Logistics for DACHSER’s business field air and sea since the beginning of the year. A conversation about strategic decisions for the future.
During the last weeks, all eyes were on Russia. Reason enough to take a closer look on DACHSER’s engagement in the world’s largest country. We ask Anton Maryukhta, Managing Director DACHSER OOO, about the development of the Russian Logistics market and his plans for the future.

Market Information

Following the announcements of all major ocean carriers, who are introducing an Emergency Bunker Surcharge (EBS), DACHSER sees the necessity to follow the same in order to ensure the required service level towards our customers.
In early June 2018, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit will be held in Qingdao, a coastal city in Shandong province in China. The event is assumed to take place from 8th to 11th June, however the exact dates have not yet been announced by the authorities due to security reasons. An update will be provided as soon as the dates are confirmed.
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Snowfall in France is affecting road transport and the airports in Moscow are under challenging conditions.
China’s busiest time of year is fast approaching. Chinese New Year (CNY) is celebrated nationwide meaning all businesses around the country will close, including all factories. During this time all workers will travel across the country to return to their families and celebrate the New Year, with all manufacturing shutting down for the duration.
As already informed in August 2017, the consistently strong air freight demand has continued and lead to the expected very tight air cargo market, which causes capacity bottlenecks and strong increases of air freight rates.
In response to the capacity crunch in the upcoming peak season starting from last week of October, DACHSER will be launching a once a week charter rotation service from Frankfurt to Shanghai, Pudong Airport (and back) for the calendar weeks 44-50.
Due to the consistently strong air freight market and expected strong business in the fall, early capacity bottlenecks are predicted for 2017. Whereas an earlier peak season is expected for shipments from Europe to Asia (and vice-versa), capacities on the transatlantic route are already being heavily utilized.
Continuous rainfall caused severe floods in the Indian state Gujarat. The government authorities called in the Army and the Air Force for help. The floodings created disruptions in rail and road transport as well as air and sea freight which will lead to delays in delivery.
The “Petya” cyber attack on the Maersk shipping line has led to serious problems in daily operations.
Due to the current political developments, Qatar Airways is experiencing restrictions on its services within the GCC region. While all Qatar Airways and Qatar Cargo flights operating to and from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain (BHR) and Egypt (EGY) have been suspended until further notice, the rest of Qatar Cargo’s network remains unchanged and is operating on a business as usual basis.
The Islamic holy month Ramadan will start on 27 May. Offices in Muslim countries will have special office hours during the dawn-to-sunset fasting period.

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No industry is developing is rapidly as a logistics; almost no other economic sector is said to have such a huge potential for growth. Continued globalization will require more and more specialized solutions in order to manage the global flow of goods in a reliable, timely and cost-efficient manner.