A global transport company has collected millions of dollars worth of gloves, masks, swabs, face shields and gowns from manufacturers in China and Malaysia, and critically moved the PPE into emergency storage for Victorian hospitals.
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Leading freight logistics operator from Australia to China has announced an increase of $3.7 million in unaudited sales revenue.
The Chinese Government is continuing to stimulate recovery as factories across the country resume normal operation.
Wiseway Group revealed in its half year results (1H20) that sea freight is up 289 per cent from previous corresponding period (pcp).
An updated “return to work” date was implemented on Monday February 24 in China but normality hasn’t returned to operations.
The air and sea global freight industry are confirming that a “return to the norm” is months away, some have suggested September or longer until both a full return to productive work and sufficient supply chains are in place.
Supermarket giant Coles has expressed concerns over stock and equipment delivery delays from china that could impact its supply chain transformation.
The chinese Government has allowed permission for the first freighter flight directly to Wuhan, China. Australian freight company, Wiseway Logistics, will transport humanitarian aid cargo to the region.
Global companies with a significant supply chain presence in China have suspended operations due to Coronavirus fears.