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Hyperlogistics is always on the leading edge of new and innovative ways to approach logistics issues. As a result, Hyperlogistics is often referenced or cited in major transportation and warehousing news publications.  Check back here often to learn about our latest hyperadvances.

The warehousing and transportation industry in and around central Ohio is growing.  The addition of the Rickenbacker Intermodal Terminal, as well as the completion of the Heartland Corridor, are keeping the region's shipping industry in the media spotlight.  Don't forget to check back often for updated warehousing and transportation news.

"Given the scope and scale of the challenge, it is impressive to see Hyperlogistics providing the kind of solutions that companies large and small rely on to solve tactical logistics issues." -Felecia Stratton, Editor, Inbound Logistics

August 2015 - It's All About Comfort and Speed

Transporting Livestock By Air Is All About Comfort and Speed

In July 2015, the Farm and Dairy Newspaper in Salem, Ohio reported The Rickenbacker International Airport in Columbus recently became one of the few U.S. airports designated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as an approved port for the embarkation of animals in 2014. 

Bryan Schreiber, Farm and Dairy's business development manager for air cargo out of the Columbus Regional Airport Authority, admits "It is cheaper to transport animals by cargo ship, but it can often take a month and is often not the best solution for the animal. He said that an airplane can have an animal anywhere in the world in 48 hours, even with fuel fill-ups."
 

Rickenbacker was chosen as the designated airport because other airports being used were too big, and the end result was that it was too hard on the animals because of the time that it took to load the livestock.  Another reason was that sometimes the flights were scheduled but delayed heavily trying to get in the air or they were canceled.

Schreiber said the USDA designation at Rickenbacker International Airport is an opportunity for new business partnerships so that the airport can become an integral part of the livestock supply chain. The airport’s location makes it a good fit. Columbus is a one-day drive of nearly 50 percent of the U.S. and 30 percent of Canada’s population.

The bottom line..... "It's all about comfort and speed and keeping the animals happy," said Schreiber.

To read this article in it's entirety go to https://www.farmanddairy.com/news/exporting-live-animals-easier-thanks-to-the-rickenbacker-airport/269521.html?icn=top-links

 

July 2015 - Hyperlogistics Receives Revalidation from Customs and Border Protection!

Hyperlogistics Receives Revalidation!

On June 2, 2015 the U.S. Customs and Border Protction Agency (CBP) visited Hyperlogistics for a detailed review of their current security procedures and systems in place.  As a C-TPAT (Customs and Trade Partnership Against Terrorism) Partner, a revalidation process was required to ensure the security measures reported by Hyperlogistcs is carried out and remain effective.  

The CBP created the C-TPAT revalidation proess in accordance with SAFE Port Act guidelines, enacted into Federal Law in October 2006. It is a vital process to ensure that C-TPAT partners are upholding their pledge to support the fight against terrorism within the United States and at our borders.

Hyperlogistics is honored to be a partner in the C-TPAT Program and diligently support the importance of maintaining the integrity and security of our international supply chain. Hyperlogistics encourages all levels of our country's supply chain (sea carriers, highway carriers, importers, rail carriers, etc.) to become a C-TPAT partner.  It is the responsibility of our supply chain industry to uphold the ongoing effort to prevent terrorism.

On July 20, 2015, Hyperlogistics proundly received revalidation from CBP, and that it's findings were based on the demonstration of effective security practices and continuing to meet the security criteria for eligibility.


July 2015 - Hyperlogistics Receives Revalidation from Customs and Border Protection

Hyperlogistics Receives Revalidation!

On June 2, 2015 the U.S. Customs and Border Protction agency (CBP) visited Hyperlogistics for a detailed review of their current security procedures and systems in place.  As a C-TPAT (Customs and Trade Partnership Against Terrorism) Partner, a revalidation process was required to ensure the security measures reported by Hyperlogistcs is carried out and remain effective.  

The CBP created the C-TPAT revalidation proess in accordance with SAFE Port Act guidelines, enacted into Federal Law in October 2006. It is a vital process to ensure that C-TPAT partners are upholding their pledge to support the fight against terrorism within the United States and at our borders.

Hyperlogistics is honored to be a partner in the C-TPAT Program and diligently support the importance of maintaining the integrity and security of our international supply chain. On July 20, 2015, Hyperlogistics proundly received revalidation from CBP, and that it's findings were based on the demonstration of effective security practices and continuing to meet the security criteria for eligibility.

Hyperlogistics encourages all levels of our country's supply chain (sea carriers, highway carriers, importers, rail carriers, etc.) to become a C-TPAT partner.  It is the responsibility of our supply chain industry to uphold the ongoing effort to prevent terrorism.

July 2015 - Railroads' Intermodal Traffic Sets Records in June!

Intermodal Containers & Trailer Traffic Rose Compared to a Year Ago!

Progressiverailroading.com reported on July 2, 2015 "The total cargo U.S. traffic for the six-month period fell 3.8 percent 6,930,568 carloads while intermodal containers and trailer traffic rose 2.3 percent to 6,605,029 compared with a year ago."  To read more visit http://www.progressiverailroading.com/class_is/news/Railroads-intermodal-traffic-sets-record-in-June--44966

July 2015 - Rickenbacker International Airport is Setting New Records

Rickenbacker Internation Airport Is Setting New Records!

The First Quarter Reports at Rickenbacker International Airport revealed that international freighter tonnage was up an amazing 1, 440 percent in February 2015! In total, the first quarter of 2015 concluded the international charter cargo was up 870 percent compared to 2014.

And it's exciting to know that Rickenbacker International Airport has a new weekly scheduled service from Dubai via Emirates SkyCargo!  The Emirates service from Dubai combined with import and export services through Asia and Europe provide global business solutions in a way the region has never experienced.

The first livestock flight took place on March 23rd to Thailand!  TLT Silver Tiger Logistics shipped nearly 200 pregnant heifers for the purpose of strengthening and growing the country's milk production capabilities. 

Hyperlogistics is proud to be a part of the Rickenbacker Global Logistics Park!

 

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  1. May 2015 - Rickenbacker Inland Port is Growing Again!
  2. April 2015 - Hyperlogistics Receives a Food Grade of Excellence!
  3. March 2015 - Improved Truck Routes to Rickenbacker Inland Port Are Now Completed!
  4. February 2015 - Hyperlogistics Receives SmartWay Recognition Award!
  5. April 2014 - New Cargo Company Delivers Fashion to Rickenbacker!
  6. April 2014 - Honda Continues to Grow in Central Ohio
  7. January 2014 - Thinking Outside The Box!
  8. October 2013 - Hyperlogistics Makes New 3PL Software Purchase!
  9. October 2013 - We Run With The Best!
  10. September 2013 - Hyperlogistics Receives AIB Certification
  11. September 2013 - Hyperlogistics' Leader Is Front and Center In Logistics Industry
  12. August 2013 - Disabled Veterans....Let's Not Forget
  13. June 2013 - Cargolux Airlines Expands North American Network to Columbus, Ohio
  14. May 2013 - Here We Grow Again!
  15. March 2013 - Columbus, Ohio Is A Hotbed For The Logistics Community
  16. March 2013 - Norfolk Southern's Rickenbacker Intermodal Terminal Fifth Year of Operation
  17. December 2012 - The Wounded Warrior Program …. Hyperlogistics Gives Back
  18. June 2012 - Inbound Logistics 2012 Logistics Planner Reports on the Columbus, Ohio Logistics Industry
  19. April 2012 - The Heartland Corridor Improves Port of Virginia's Access
  20. February 2012 - The Ohio River Valley From New York Will Likely be the First Effect of the Panama Canal
  21. September 2011 - Hyperlogistics Receives C-TPAT Validation From U.S. Custom's Audit
  22. September 2010 - VIDEO - Hyperlogistics Transports World Trade Center Steel For Westerville, Ohio Fire Fighter's Memorial
  23. August 2010 - Hyperlogistics Is Granted Certification as a C-TPAT Partner!
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