Monthly Archives: March 2011

Resumed Operations in Bahrain

As a result of the improved situation in Bahrain, Agility has resumed all operations.
Head office
Working hours have been restricted to 8.30am – 3.30pm, due to the ongoing curfew and enforced road blocks
Airport office
Operations are not yet at full capacity and our hours are 8am – 4.30pm
GLS (Bahrain Airport)
The transshipment hub at the airport is working […]

Posted in Agility General Update

Suspended Operations in Bahrain

Due to the continued civil unrest in Bahrain, Agility has taken the decision to suspend all operations. Communications across the country remains intermittent and all transport links have been severely disrupted, resulting in no freight operations in ports and airports.
For all operational issues regarding freight forwarding for Bahrain, please contact:
Sydney Fernandes, Regional Air & Ocean […]

Posted in Agility General Update

Train drivers strike in Germany

On Thursday the longest train drivers’ strike in the current wage dispute has hit the freight and passenger transport in Germany badly. Between 4 a.m. and 10 a.m. around 800 drivers stopped nationwide their work. Most services were cancelled or suffered massive delays. Freight services had been affected by the strike already on Wednesday evening. […]

Posted in Agility General Update

Earthquake in Japan

An 8.9-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Japan today. Agility Operations will likely be impacted in the short term.
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Posted in Agility General Update

German version of agilitylogistics.com launched

The German version of www.agilitylogistics.com has been launched.

Posted in Europe

San Diego branch relocation

The San Diego Branch has relocated to a new facility in Kearny Mesa. Continue reading

Posted in Americas, United States

Operations in Christchurch back to normal

Operations in Christchurch are now back to normal. Thank you for your understanding during these challenging times. Continue reading

Posted in Asia Pacific, New Zealand