An illustrative post outlining the anatomy of a shipping container written by Robert John Wheeler.. An interesting read for people who are within the industry and heard of these terms, … Read more here..
The impact of COVID-19 has been a definitive jolt to supply chain logistics stakeholders, as the widespread transport blockades impacted global freight movement. Maritime logistics operations witnessed massive delays at … Read more here..
The continent of Africa comprises of 55 countries with about 1.35 billion people (16.72% of the global population) calling it home. The continent has a combined GDP of more than … Read more here..
In the IMDG Code, many actions are listed but the responsibility to carry out that action may not be specifically assigned to any particular person. The IMDG Code does however … Read more here..
A research report by Paul Zhang, Founder & CEO of FreightPaul, a Chinese digital freight forwarder explores the digital landscape among Chinese freight companies including the various digital tools used … Read more here..
Although it may seem obvious, it is shocking to mention the least how many customers still do not take the right Cargo Insurance cover to insure their cargo comprehensively.. I … Read more here..
Global trade is the backbone of any country’s economy. In this article, Kuljit Anand, a highly experienced and versatile Shipping & Supply Chain Professional based in Mumbai, discusses the changing … Read more here..
Shipping damage is a massive threat to any products that travel on the supply chain. As per a Statista survey, eighty per cent of consumers say they’d return a product … Read more here..
In the past few years, we have seen a large number of maritime disasters such as catastrophic fires onboard ships mostly due to misdeclared and undeclared dangerous goods. Some of … Read more here..
For obvious reasons, no one wants to receive cargo claims. More so, carriers who carry the cargo from A to B. It could possibly be the reason why there is … Read more here..
Global trade keeps us connected with customers, consumers and industries around the world.. There are several modes of transport used in global trade – sea, air, land and rail.. Whichever … Read more here..
Cargo rollover happens for a variety of reasons, at various stages and various places. Cargo rollover can cause significant delays and result in potentially crippling operations. Most shippers assume carriers … Read more here..
For businesses that ship internationally, return of goods due to damage in transit can be a huge burden in terms of time and money. Here are six tips on how … Read more here..
Dealing with Missing Import Licenses “The import permit was rejected, because of missing license!” says your Customs agent in a text message. “Are you sure? We’ve been importing this for … Read more here..
A carrier should serve as a trusted transportation partner that works in alignment with your team to meet the needs of your customers. For that reason, among others, they need … Read more here..