Europe is now the epicentre of a pandemic that is unprecedented, which is why, like the G7 has vowed to do ‘whatever is necessary’ to support the global economy, Norman Global Logistics is doing ‘whatever is necessary’ to keep our customers’ global supply chains running.

For several months now, as a direct consequence of the Coronavirus pandemic, shipping lines have been blanking sailings and airlines suspending routes, cutting capacity and available services.

Despite these challenges, including the US suspension of flights to and from Europe, we have continued to move consignments to and from Asia and the United States.

Norman Global Logistics express transatlantic sea freight services are up to 10 days faster than competitive products, and suitable for freight of all types, sizes and weights, which means that our sea freight customers get the fastest door to door service, at the most competitive rates.

Wherever you need to import from, or export to, talk to us now and our team will guide you through the best options and costs for your shipments.

Even with the reduced air freight value detailed below, we continue to find space to and from airports across the United States, for the most urgent shipments.

The speed of our transatlantic service means that air freight shippers, willing to add a few transit days, can benefit from a quality door to door service, for a fraction of the cost.

All our offices in the UK, Hong Kong, China, and Vietnam are open and working normally, finding the best solutions to keep our customer’s goods moving.

Wherever you need to import from, or export to, talk to us now and our team will guide you through the best options and costs for your shipments.

US trade summary by Airline

Flights are currently open, schedules are subject to change without notice.
SCA (Single Capacity agreements) will be required for signing on all shipments over 1000kgs.
Contract rates are suspended, prices have increased due to high demand resulting from COVID19, all pricing is subject to available capacity at time of booking.

Flights are currently open on a reduced service, subject to change without notice.
Current agreements subject to space and availability at time of booking & Prices will increase considerably after 20th March

Heavily reduced service at this time, only operating LHR – DFW – LHR & LHR – MIA – LHR
Effective March 20, a Peak Season Surcharge will be assessed on all International Air Waybills

Emirates are deploying additional freighter services between the US & EU and pricing is on a case by case basis.

Significant reduction on transatlantic services began Monday 16th March.
Will continue one daily flight between Atlanta and Heathrow, with access to multiple destinations throughout USA & Europe through its expanded joint venture partnership with Air France, KLM and Virgin Atlantic
Cargo will be priced on a case by case basis

Continue to fly a regular schedule from US – Europe – US until 20 March, except London-Houston-London and London-Denver-London, which it is suspending after 16 March.
From 20 March to the end of April, it expects to fly three daily flights to London in comparison to 1 daily flight to a handful of major cities of our European neighbours.
Pricing agreements are on a case by case basis.

All our offices in Hong Kong, China, and Vietnam are working normally again and our staff are well.

In the UK our teams are working as usual in all locations, available on phone and email.

This may be reviewed as the situation develops and in accordance with official restrictions, our staff will continue to offer clients full services, even if we have to work remotely.