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06/08/2020 / Sea, Supply Chain

Shipping lines avoid strike-bound Montreal

We are receiving news that container shipping lines have begun diverting from the Port of Montreal as a series of...
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06/08/2020 / Brexit

Operation Brock relaunched

Operation Brock is set to return, as part of plans to cope with potential queues at Channel Ports, as the...
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06/08/2020 / Environment, Supply Chain

Reduce emissions and improve your bottom line

Environmental strategies and carbon emission reduction activities have been core elements in multi-national trading reports for some years and more...
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06/08/2020 / Brexit

Brexit consultation and grants for traders

The end of the Transition Period with the European Union on 31st December 2020 provides the UK with the opportunity...
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04/08/2020 / Brexit

BREXIT UPDATE ; You have 150 days and counting

On the 1st January 2021 you will potentially be liable for customs duty and import VAT when you import goods...
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04/08/2020 / Coronavirus, Sea

Carriers tighten screws

Westbound Ocean Freight Capacity tightens as carriers turn screws and demand advanced bookings The unexpected surge in East and Westbound...
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04/08/2020 / Coronavirus, Supply Chain

The COVID19 supply chain challenge

When we saw supply chain challenges begin to rise in China, due to Coronavirus containment measures, there was no indication...
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03/08/2020 / Metro

The Metro team talk: Aston Thames

During the lockdown the Metro team had to adapt quickly to new ways of working and engaging with customers. Technology...
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The lockdown impact on UK transport
31/07/2020 / Brexit

Your data will simplify Brexit

“Trade isn't about goods. Trade is about information. Goods sit in the warehouse until data moves them.” On January 1st...
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30/07/2020 / Coronavirus

Take advantage of Sea/Air savings

Falling rates makes sea/air a very attractive commercial option, at 50% of the cost of pure air freight, from the...
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