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Update: Ukraine Crisis – June 2022

Airport/airspace access remains closed to civilian flights, both international and domestic. Ocean port access is severely restricted due to military action and steamship lines have long canceled callings. Trucking of aid supplies from Europe into Ukraine benefits from facilitated customs...
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Priority Worldwide continues to expand internationally

Priority Worldwide has recently opened its UAE office located in the strategically important and major global & regional logistics hub of Dubai. This expansion is in line with company’s continued investment in working with partners across four continents. The new...
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Priority Worldwide: emergency response to Ukraine crisis

Priority Worldwide continues its response efforts to the Crisis in Ukraine & Eastern Europe. The worsening humanitarian situation & huge numbers of displaced persons arriving across borders has driven a huge aid response from NGO's & governments. We have been...
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Update: Ukraine Crisis – March 2022

Humanitarian aid flows into Hungary/Romania and Poland to assist with refugee situation. Availability of bonded warehouse & storage is an issue. Consigning aid to a locally registered NGO will void a shipment of duties & taxes but availability of NGO/non...
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Update: Ukraine Crisis – February 2022

In addition to the situation in Ukraine itself, there are significant numbers of displaced persons moving across borders to Poland, Hungary, Moldova, and Romania requiring help & international humanitarian response. Air Access There is no commercial air traffic in/out of...
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Ukraine Crisis – February 2022

The Russian military launched large scale attacks on Ukrainian military installations and targets in Ukraine on the morning of 24th February 2022. This is a very fast-moving situation, but the following is known: Air Access Ukrainian and Russian NOTAMS have...
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Madagascar: Tropical Cyclone Batsirai

Tropical Cyclone Batsirai made landfall with Madagascar on 05th February 2022 exiting off the Eastern coast later in the day on 06th February 2022. The storm made landfall as a category 2/3 storm and has caused severe damage in some...
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TONGA 2022: ERUPTION & TSUNAMI

Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’apai underwater volcano erupted violently on 15-January causing a widespread plume of ash as well as generating a 1.2m high tsunami wave that crashed ashore in coastal areas of the capital Nuku’alofa. The country has been reportedly...
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Responding to Afghanistan Evacuations

The takeover of Afghanistan by Taliban forces led to the immediate evacuations of thousands of people who had worked in support of the Afghanistan reconstruction. Our client in Europe received a call from a foreign government, inquiring about the urgent...
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Priority Worldwide Receives Certification to ISO 9001:2015

Performance Review Institute (PRI) Registrar recognizes Priority Worldwide for having met the stringent requirements of this international standard, their ongoing commitment to satisfying stakeholders, and their dedication to continual improvement of their management systemPriority Worldwide announces that it has received...
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HAITI EARTHQUAKE AUGUST 2021

M7.2 Earthquake which hit Western Haiti has reportedly killed over 1200 people & left large scale infrastructure devastation across many towns in Southern Haiti. The effects are still being assessed however this appears to require a large-scale response. Main international...
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NEPAL – COVID19 SURGE & OXYGEN SHORTAGES

The devastating surge in COVID-19 cases in in India & Nepal has caused an acute shortage of oxygen & related equipment in these nations. The international governmental and NGO sector is helping to respond with shipments of specialized equipment.

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ST.VINCENT & GRENADINES VOLCANIC ERUPTION

The ongoing La Soufriere Volcano eruption on St Vincent island has reportedly displaced up to 20,000 people and caused c.4,000 people to stay in island shelters or evacuate. The government of the island has accepted offers of international & UN...
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