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Tracking and Intelligence Services for Amazon Sellers Amid Red Sea Conflict

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21st December 2023

Crossborder Logistics Enhances Tracking and Intelligence Services for Amazon Sellers Amid Red Sea Conflict

In response to the challenges posed by the ongoing Red Sea conflict and the dynamic nature of carrier operations, Crossborder Logistics can now provide Amazon sellers and freight customers with comprehensive new support and insights. This includes:

  • Real-time tracking and detailed information on vessels
  • Up-to-date maritime incident reports and intelligence analysis
  • In-depth port intelligence assessments
  • Current weather information and forecasts.


This initiative is expected to substantially improve our capacity to offer timely, relevant, and actionable intelligence for ongoing shipments, for both Amazon sellers as well as other clients who use our freight services. At Crossborder Logistics, our goal is to simplify logistics for sellers. By integrating cutting-edge tracking tools, we are enhancing our commitment to providing reassurance and support to sellers during these challenging and uncertain times.

If you wish to use our ‘ask an Analyst’ service, to track vessels in near-real-time please email us at: hello@crossborder-logistics.com



19th December 2023 :

Major shipping companies including MSC, Maersk, Hapag-Lloyd, Evergreen, and CMA CGM have collectively decided to reroute their ships around Africa, moving away from the Red Sea and Suez Canal. This strategic shift is a direct response to the escalating attacks in the region, particularly by Houthi rebels in Yemen, who have been targeting vessels enroute to Israel. The impact of these attacks was notably seen in the case of the MSC PALATIUM III, which sustained damage and had to be temporarily decommissioned.

This rerouting mirrors the alternative path taken during the recent blockage of the Suez Canal. The change is expected to lead to potential delays, equipment shortages, and additional hurdles in logistics and supply chain management.

In response to these new challenges, shipping lines are preparing to implement surcharges to mitigate the effects of this situation. We at Crossborder Logistics remain committed to keeping you informed during these unexpected and difficult times. For more detailed information or assistance, please contact us