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Left to right: Jeff Thomas (VP Trinity USA), Ajaj Razak (MD Trinity Canada), Chris Robeson (SVP-MAst Global), David Pereira (President Trinity USA), Duminda Prageeth (GM Trinity Global Control Tower), Jayakumar Palihawadana (MD Trinity ISC), Gino Ming (President Trinity APAC.)
April 12th, 2018 – Hong Kong
Mast Global, a division of LBrands (Victoria’s Secret, Henri Bendel, Bath & Body Works, La Senza, Pink) at its annual global service provider award dinner held in Hong Kong presents Trinity Logistics USA, Inc. with its coveted award for Service Provider of the Year 2017 for the second consecutive year. Additionally, Trinity was awarded Best On-Time Performance from CMB, HAN, HCM and MAA. Trinity moved in excess of 12,000 shipments with an on-time performance of 99%.
April 4th, 2018 – Columbus, OH
Trinity Logistics USA is continuing its phenomenal success, having recently grown into its own facility at Rickenbacker International Airport. The global logistics service provider started a five-year lease of Air Cargo Terminal 3 at Rickenbacker International to handle freight forwarding and warehouse operations. Trinity also has space in another air cargo terminal, which it will continue to use. Trinity supports three weekly scheduled freighter flights that carry imports and exports between North America and the Middle East, Asia and Europe.
March 30th, 2018 – New York
Today, Air France expects delays in its flight schedules due to continued strikes from ten of its pilot, cabin crew and staff unions. The carrier indicated on the company website: “It remains too early to ascertain the potential outcome of the effects this strike might have on our flight schedule,” so the potential for supply chain disruptions to the carrier’s cargo clients have yet to be determined.
The airline reported that 31.6 percent of its pilots, 28.3 percent of its cabin crew and 20.4 percent of its ground staff will be participating in today’s strike. While these labor actions will affect 80 percent of Air France’s long-haul flights and 70 percent of its medium-haul flights to and from Paris Charles de Gaulle, the carrier said it expected most of the flights will remain on schedule.
Eleven of the airline’s unions have held two strikes this year already, in February and March. Across the board, the various unions are requesting a 6 percent raise, but the airline says it cannot concede to this wage increase if it hopes to sustain growth.
Any flights operated by Air France-KLM-Martinair’s partnering carriers – other than Air France or Joon – are not subject to change. The airline says it is offering rebooking options at no cost, but has not yet indicated how the strikes could affect its cargo operations.
The unions said they intend to strike again next Tuesday, April 3, and the following Saturday, April 7.