July 21, 2021
Bimonthly Market Outlook

The latest news about Air Freight and Sea Freight Market - July/2021 (Second Fortnight).


Key Points:


-Air Freight:

  • Ocean freight demand keeps increasing at a faster pace than capacity...

  • Belly Cargo capacity increased 6% the 29 Jun - 12 Jul vs the previous two weeks...

  • As of 20th July 2021, 15.227.501 commercial flights have been flown...


- Sea Freight:

  • 27 cancelled sailings have been announced between weeks 29 and 32...

  • Drewry’s composite World Container index surged 1% in the week of 15th July... 

  • Vessel demolition sales dive in H1 2021 as owners make the most of booming charter market...


Click here to see the content...

July 16, 2021
Ocean Freight Market Update

The latest edition of Ocean Freight Market Update - July/2021.


In this edition, you will find;


- Highlights

- Focus

- Trade Route Analysis


Click here to see the content...

July 08, 2021
Bimonthly Market Outlook

The latest news about Air Freight and Sea Freight Market - July/2021 (First Fortnight).


Key Points:


-Air Freight:

  • Air cargo capacity was down 11% during 15 - 28 June, compared to the same weeks in 2019...

  • On a year-to-date basis, 13 764 013 commercial flights have been flown this year...


- Sea Freight:

  • 23 cancelled sailings have been announced between weeks 27 and 30...

  • Drewry’s composite index increased 4.2% in the week of 1st July...

  • Alphaliner compared the top 12 carriers’ capacity between January 1 and June 28...


Click here to see the content...

June 22, 2021
Bimonthly Market Outlook

The latest news about Air Freight and Sea Freight Market - June/2021.


Key Points:


- Global Output (Economy)


-Air Freight:

  • Market Trends

  • Commercial Flights Tracker


- Sea Freight:

  • Cancelled Sailings

  • World Container Index

  • SCFI Spot Freight Rates

  • Capacity Outlook


Click here to see the content...

June 16, 2021
AirFreight Market Update

The latest edition of Air Freight Market Update - June/2021.


In this edition, you will find;


- Market Overview

- Focus

- Jet Fuel Monitor

- Global Demand & Capacity

- Trade Route Analysis


Click here to see the content...

June 08, 2021
Ocean Freight Market Update

The latest edition of Ocean Freight Market Update - June/2021.


In this edition, you will find;


- Activity highlights

- Major trade lanes’ evolution and Market outlook by Bollore Logistics MO.


Click here to see the content...

May 28, 2021
Bip Air & Sea Trends

Content of Q2 2021:


- Executive Summary

- Global Economic Overview

- Air Freight Trends

- Sea Freight Trends


Click here to see the content...


May 06, 2021
Ocean Freight Market Update

The latest edition of Ocean Freight Market Update - May/2021.


In this edition, you will find;


- Activity highlights

- Major trade lanes’ evolution and Market outlook by Bollore Logistics MO.


Click here to see the content...


September 13, 2020
Ghana: Suspension of Cargo Tracking Note (CTN)

Ghana Revenue Authority has advised the deployment of the Integrated Customs Management System has removed the requirement for the CTN.  Importers are therefore not requirted to obtain a CTN before importing goods into Ghana.  

April 27, 2020
South Africa restrictions update

South Africa will move to level 4 status as at 1st May 2020, which enables the transport of all commodities for export.  Cross border traffic is no longer confined to goods deemed to be essential goods.  It is expected that there will be a severe truck shortage owing to high demand to have the backlog of cargo moved.

March 31, 2020
COVID 19 Updates

Antrak Logistics is publishing daily broadcasts providing details of air, sea and road services available to key African destinations.  If you wish to be included in the report distribution please contact sales@antrak.com.au 

March 26, 2020
South Africa nationwide lockdown

 South Africa has imposed  a nationwide lockdown for 21 days from midnight 26 March 2020 in an effort  to contain the coronavirus outbreak.  The lockdown has been declared under the Disaster Management Act of 2020 and has an immediate effect on the movement of personnel and goods.

All borders of the Republic are closed during the period of the lockdown, with the exception of fuel and essential goods, which are deemed to be food, sanitary and medical supplies.  The lockdown regulations also exclude essential mining services, however this is confined to RSA mining operations only.

All workplaces have been closed and Air and Seaports are operating at significantly reduced capacity.