In September, NNR global Logistics reported a 4-month consecutive drop in the combined volume of air exports from Japan to 5188 tons (down 10.8% from the same month a year earlier). The decline was on the order of one digit until August, but the decline widened. In addition to the impact of the typhoon, in September of the previous year there were semiconductor-related spot projects in Asia, and TC3 declined slightly by slightly less than 20% because of the high level recorded in the company. Decline in TC2 and TC3 was remarkable in all areas. In TC1, Mexico doubled and declined only 1.2%. In September, the number of customs clearance for air imports fell 12.8% to 9069, falling for the first time in three months. It was greatly affected by the typhoon, and it fell below 10,000 for the first time in five months.