Posted on April 29, 2020
Allyn International is committed to providing you with the latest and most accurate updates during this very fluid and ever-changing period. Our goal with the information provided below, is to give you, at a high-level, a current overview of the most heavily impacted regions.
The French Prime Minister, Edouard Philippe announced a reopening strategy. His speech to parliament yesterday included plans to reopen shops beginning next week. One of the first steps to normalization. Spain, Greece and several other European nations made similar announcements and plan to reopen portions of their economies beginning next week.
United States – 1,015,289 confirmed cases, 115,955 (11%) recovered, 58,529 deaths
Spain – 236,899 confirmed cases, 132,929 (56%) recovered, 24,275 deaths.
Italy – 201,505 confirmed cases, 68,941 (34%) recovered, 27,359 deaths.
France – 169,053 confirmed cases, 47,775 (28%) recovered, 23,694 deaths.
United Kingdom – 162,350 confirmed cases, 813 (.5%) recovered, 21,745 deaths.
Germany – 160,479 confirmed cases, 120,400 (75%) recovered, 6,374 deaths.
Iran – 93,657 confirmed cases, 73,791 (79%) recovered, 5,957 deaths
China – 83,940 confirmed cases, 78,455 (93%) recovered, 4,637 deaths.
The following tables and charts will provide the current cargo transport operational status for heavily affected countries.
Global Air Cargo Transport – Updated 4.29.2020
Please note: the above table displays airport operational updates and does not include carrier capacity data.
*Aircraft from mainland China or South Korea will be limited to Tokyo Narita (NRT) and Osaka Kansai (KIX) international airports. Restrictions apply until at least the end of April.
** Atlanta and New York City airports are operational for cargo, but staffing reductions are impacting efficiency. No freighters are flying in Denver as a result of state government restrictions. Los Angeles operating with restricted operations, cargo movement impacted.
*** Restricted operations in India are impacting cargo flights; freighters are operating with reduced capacity. Customs of non-essential goods have resumed subject to availability of Custom’s officers.
Global Air Freight Capacity by Trade Lane – Updated 04.29.2020
Global Ocean Transport Impact – Updated 04.29.2020
Please note: The above table displays seaport operational updates and does not include carrier capacity data
Global Ocean Container Average Price by Trade Lane – Baltic Index – Updated 04.24.2020
*Source: Freightos Baltic Index
Global Road and Rail Transport – Updated 04.29.2020
Please note: The table above displays road and rail operational updates and does not include carrier capacity data.
United States of America Domestic Trucking Overview – Updated 04.29.2020
Load volumes in the truck spot market were higher in week 16 than in the week prior. Experts believe that is a sign the domestic freight industry is poised to begin recovering as lockdowns begin to ease. Refrigerated and specialized loads saw significant increases in load availability.
The map below shows each US state’s current operational status.
Our operations and consulting teams are working diligently and will continue to offer alternative solutions to move your cargo in the most cost-effective and efficient way possible. All Allyn International regional offices are fully operational and will continue to support you as we navigate the current and future challenges.
If you have any questions regarding the impact of the coronavirus to your supply chain or would like additional research and market intelligence, please contact our Americas Consulting and Sourcing manager Mitchell Turiel at Turiel.email@example.com or (239) 219-7179.