Now days most forms of logistical transport is pretty secure but with air freight, it’s usually far more secure than using a cargo ship for instance. Sometimes cargo containers get misplaced and lost track of when getting unloaded off a ship or even lost due to bad weather at sea. This is certainly not a problem with air freight because the capacity is far smaller and the goods you’re transporting will usually be much less than if you’re using a ship.
This isn’t reliability as relates to breakages of the machines and equipment, but more to do to with keeping on schedule with delivery times and dates. Air freight is far less likely to suffer delays and if there are delays, it’s usually a matter of hours at a time, which isn’t a massive problem. With ocean freight however, it can be quite common for shipments to arrive a day or even days late due to poor weather and unforeseen circumstances. If you want a better chance of your goods arriving on time, it’s probably best to stick to air freight!
So next time you’re thinking about using a logistics company for transporting your business’s goods, instead of going for the cargo ship, look towards air freight and see if it fits your business needs better.
Originally posted 2015-07-01 23:35:22. Republished by Blog Post Promoter