Speedy Air Cargo Inc. has the experience to help you grow!
Speedy Air Cargo Inc. (since 1985) is strategically located next to YVR – Vancouver International Airport, beside the beautiful city of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Vancouver’s destination ports are the best gateways for importing and exporting into or from Canada and United States.
We provide a broad range of logistics services such as freight forwarding, ocean freight (LCL or FCL), air freight, trucking, automobile and motorcycle international shipping, dangerous goods handling, door to door services, United States and Canadian customs brokerage services, purchase order management, sorting, storage and other warehousing services.
To provide a high level of protected shipping, Speedy Air Cargo Inc. is an approved Air Cargo Security Program participant with Transport Canada since 2012.
Speedy Air Cargo Inc has a comprehensive network of global associates and partners to deliver total logistic solutions for your company at the highest level of expertise and services.
Our service is second to no others.
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Our mission is to provide our Clients with the best service experience possible. We accomplish this by consistently following these three simple guidelines:
1. ALWAYS go the extra mile and NEVER cut corners.
2. ALWAYS treat our customers and our staff with the utmost respect.
3. ALWAYS be honest and accountable for everything we do.
Specialized logistics area:
· LCL & FCL Ocean Freight Import
· LCL & FCL Ocean Freight Export
· Air Freight Import
· Air Freight Export
· Trucking services - to and from USA and Canada
· Door to Door Delivery
· Oil fields services products importation solution
· Letter of Credit (LC) shipments
· Dry Ice shipments
· Over sized and Project cargo shipments
· Freight Forwarding
· USA & Canada Customs Brokerage
· In-Bond Cargo
· Motorcycle and Vehicle shipping (International and Domestic)
· Fresh products and Perishable cargo shipments
Please visit our full website www.speedyaircargo.ca
You can trust that your business and personal shipments will be handled with professionalism, integrity, and the utmost discretion. The end result will be accurate, on time and achieving great results.
We are experienced, highly qualified and discreet professionals with excellent references to offers a broad range of logistics services and special projects.
"I've called and emailed many other Forwarders but Speedy has the best service" -- Elizabeth W., North Vancouver, BC
"...Speedy have been valuable to our company throughout the easy and hard times." -- Mio Global Ltd, Vancouver, BC
"Best service! You helped us meet our tight deadline and avoid any extra delays" -- Clear Patrol LLC., Toronto, ON
Vancouver, BC, Canada is our home base. We have offices and reliable agents in most major ports worldwide. We have years of experience to help you get the job done. When you want to get your shipment imported or exported via ex-Wsh, FOB, CIF or DAP and delivery to your Clients customs cleared or INBonded with trucking, air freight or ocean freight, we are here to assist you.
Speedy Cargo Updates
Latest News in the World of Logistics and Transportations
Imports Spike at Prince Rupert Which Says it Can Handle More
The Port of Prince Rupert says it can handle more diversions of U.S-bound cargo after import traffic jumped 72 percent last month, a likely result of shippers rerouting cargo away from congested U.S. terminals.
U.S. shippers’ fears of a U.S. West Coast port lockout — like the one experienced for 10 days in 2002 —rose after the Pacific Maritime Association warned on Monday that International Longshore and Warehouse Union slowdowns and the withholding of skilled labor was bringing terminals to the brink of “complete gridlock.” The latest tit-for-tat between the two parties, which have been negotiating a contract for eight months, comes despite the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service announcing on Jan. 5 that talks would be held under its auspices.
By Mark Szakonyi, Journal of Commerce
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IATA: Five-year Forecast Shows Improved Outlook for Air Cargo
- International freight volumes are expected to grow at a five-year CAGR of 4.1%.
- The United States, China and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will each be adding more than 1 million additional tonnes of freight by 2018 compared to today. The UAE will have replaced Germany as the third largest market.
- The fastest growing international routes will be between the Middle East and Asia, at 6.2% per year. Within Middle East (4.6%), North America to South America (3.9%), and Europe to Southern Africa (3.8%), will also grow strongly.
- Significant volume imbalances will continue. The imbalance in flows from Asia to North America is estimated to be 1.1 million tonnes in 2018, and from Asia to the Middle East the imbalance will be 0.6 million tonnes.
DUTY RATES INCREASE FOR IMPORTS FROM SEVERAL GPT COUNTRIES JANUARY 1 2015
Effective January 1, 2015, the Canadian government intends to withdraw eligibility to the General Preferential Tariff (GPT) from 72 higher-‐income and trade competitive countries (out of current 175 beneficiaries), including
China, South Korea, India and Brazil.
Of the 72 countries affected by this change 20 have preferential tariff with Canada though other trade agreements.
Entitlement to the benefit of the General Preferential Tariff is withdrawn in respect of all goods that originate in the following countries, effective January 1, 2015.
List of Countries Affected:
“Algeria”,“American",“Samoa”,“Antigua and Barbuda”,“Antilles,Netherlands”,“Argentina”,“Azerbaijan”,“Bahamas”,“Bahrain”,“Barbados”,“Bermuda”,“Bosnia and Herzegovina”,“Botswana”,“Brazil”,“Brunei”,“CaymanIslands”,“Chile”,“China”,“Colombia”,“Costa Rica”,“Croatia”,“Cuba”,“Dominica”,“Dominican Republic”,“Ecuador”,“Equatorial Guinea”,“French Polynesia”, “Gabon”,“Gibraltar”,“Grenada”,“Guam”,“Hong Kong”,“India”,“Indonesia”,“Iran”,“Israel”,“Jamaica”,“Jordan”,“Kazakhstan”,“Kuwait”,“Lebanon”,“Macao”,“Macedonia”,“Malaysia”,“Maldives”,“Mariana Islands”,“Mauritius”,“Mexico”,“Namibia”,“New Caledonia and Dependencies”,“Oman”,“Palau”,“Panama”,“Peru”“Qatar”,“Russia”,“Saint Kitts and Nevis”,“Saint Lucia”,“Saint Vincent and the Grenadines”,“Seychelles”,“Singapore”,“South Africa”,“South Korea”,“Suriname”,“Thailand”,“Trinidad and Tobago”,“Tunisia”,“Turkey”,“Turks and Caicos Islands”,“United Arab Emirates”, “Uruguay”, “Venezuela” and “Virgin Islands, U.S.A.”
Least Developed Country Tariff (LDCT):
Entitlement to the benefit of the Least Developed Country Tariff is withdrawn effective January 1, 2015 in respect of all goods that originate in Equatorial Guinea and Maldives.
Russia announced a year-long ban on food imports from Canada, the U.S. and other countries
Russia announced a year-long ban on food imports from Canada, the U.S. and other countries Thursday, in retaliation for several rounds of sanctions by Western countries over Russia’s involvement in the unrest in Ukraine.
Here’s a look at Canada’s trade with Russia.
Canada-EU free trade deal with agreement on final text
Canada to Clinch Trade Deal with EU in Fall 2014
Canada and the European Union will release final details of their mammoth trade deal on Sept. 25 in Ottawa, ending a marathon 10 months of bargaining since Prime Minister Stephen Harper flew off to Brussels to sign the initial agreement in principle.
Multiple sources tell CBC News that the text of the full agreement will be made public by Harper and EU President José Manuel Barroso as part of a formal summit between the two sides.
The Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement, or CETA, has been a priority for the Harper government, but talks dragged out over a series of issues ranging from the protection of intellectual property to the process for settling disputes between private companies and governments.
Just last week, news reports out of Europe suggested that Germany would refuse to sign the deal — a report later denied by Angela Merkel’s government — over the so-called investor-state dispute mechanism, which is meant to set up an independent tribunal for companies to resolve trade disputes, rather than have them go through a country’s courts.
The deal would give Canada favoured access to Europe’s 500 million people and $17 trillion economy.