Aramex goes sea to air for China/Europe

Global logistics and transportation solutions provider, Aramex, has launched a new sea-air route from China into Europe, via Vancouver, Canada. Aramex said it will use Vancouver as a new transit hub in order to avoiding congestion in other cities. The company has also secured available ocean capacity from China as well as guaranteed airfreight slots […]


Global logistics and transportation solutions provider, Aramex, has launched a new sea-air route from China into Europe, via Vancouver, Canada. Aramex said it will use Vancouver as a new transit hub in order to avoiding congestion in other cities. The company has also secured available ocean capacity from China as well as guaranteed airfreight slots from Canada into the UK, the Netherlands and France. The sea-air service takes just 18 days, is appropriate for all products, and can meet increased demand while at the same time maintaining the balance between cost and time, according to Aramex. “In a constant drive to deliver the best value for our customers, we are aiming to provide a faster, more economical service for clients who require pre- Christmas delivery but are currently experiencing service delays through traditional routings,” said Jim Armour, UK managing director at Aramex. Customers currently struggling to ship their freight out of China can rely on us to deliver an efficient solution,” he added.