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Airspace Provides On-Time Deliveries Despite Holiday Shipping Delays

The holidays are historically the busiest season for e-commerce retailers. Add on a pandemic-fueled increase of online orders, and shipping delays are inevitable. But how can you ensure a valuable shipment, such as an organ for transplant, won’t be delayed?

Airspace Expands to Support International Shipments

Airspace is excited to announce the opening of our first European office with the launch of Airspace B.V. From the headquarters, located at Schiphol-Rijk, the Netherlands, Airspace is expanding its team across the Netherlands, France, Germany, and the U.K. to support our ever-growing international customer network.

Airspace Teams with Alaska Air Cargo for Urgent Shipments

We are excited to be working with Alaska Air Cargo to support our time-critical shipments. As one of the most popular U.S. West Coast air carriers, their service and responsiveness are unattainable at other large companies. Since 2016 — when the initial partnership between Alaska and Airspace began — we have completed 3,000 shipments and counting.

How the Right Courier Partner is Crucial to Medical Device Organizations

The surgery is scheduled for 9 am sharp. The patient was in a car accident only a couple of hours ago and requires surgery immediately. The surgeons are prepared, the family is in the waiting room praying that their loved one will be okay, and the medical device representative gets to work. With advancements in technology, specific medical devices now exist that save lives and repair bodies. The surgeons can focus on performing a successful surgery and not worry about the technology.

Why 99.9% On Time Delivery is the Wrong Metric in Time-Critical Shipping

Anyone familiar with time-critical shipping is familiar with the promise of a 99.9 on-time percentage. It is the number that almost every time critical forwarder boasts. I argue that not only is 99.9% a fabricated number that gives shippers a false sense of security, it is also the wrong number to set as a goal for the industry.

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