As you may have seen in recent media reports including on the BBC, ports in the UK are struggling to
Why should you choose sea freight shipping? Any business that is considering starting to import or export good to the
Despite the obvious slump in volumes in the first half of 2020, as a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic,
It seems implausible, given the ongoing pandemic and lockdown restrictions of 2020, but figures show that that the global demand
The recent industrial action that saw the 24-hour closure of the Port of Calais caused a range of disruption to
While the market is still feeling the repercussions of the Coronavirus, air cargo demand was up month-on-month in July (Source:
The current outbreak of the Coronavirus has been well-documented across the media. It is both a major news story and a major concern. And, as we have seen evidence of panic-buying and empty supermarket shelves for some essential items, it will come as no surprise to hear confirmation that the outbreak is causing disruption to supply chains.
It’s still unclear what the UK’s future trading relationship with the EU looks like. A no-deal Brexit is still a possibility. In this scenario, the UK will trade as a 3rd country with the European Union. This will have implications for traders, importers and logistics firms alike.
We were very proud recently to have been able to arrange the logistics for a number of our clients in the amusement and leisure industry at the IAAPA Europe Exhibition that took place in Paris between the 16th and 19th of September. The process and planning starts many months before and doesn’t end until many weeks after the show.