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As shippers grapple with container lines, terminals and others to secure their Hanjin Cargo, they may also have to make changes to US Customs documentation.
07 Sep 2016
US Customs and Border Protection is the second US federal agency to issue guidance to shippers and other industry stakeholders after the shipping giant filed for court receivership in Korea and later applied for Chapter 15 bankruptcy in the United States last week.
07 Sep 2016
A British court has granted Hanjin Shipping’s request for bankruptcy protection it received in South Korea to be recognized in the United Kingdom.
25 Jul 2016
The Brexit will slow U.K. containerized trade in the short term.
After six years of rapid, acquisition-fueled growth, XPO is under growing pressure from some investors to show results.
18 Jul 2016
Shifting focus from acquisitions to profit-building, XPO works to convince investors it will succeed in the long-haul.
29 Jun 2016
The impact of the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union is expected to be muted.
29 Jun 2016
Ripples from Brexit could reach truck cabs on U.S. highways.
27 Jun 2016
U.K. freight forwarders are worried that the decision to leave the European Union could threaten a much-needed expansion of Heathrow Airport.
24 Jun 2016
European shippers and transport companies are bracing for a potential slowdown in trade and higher costs after Britons voted to leave the European Union.
21 Jun 2016
The U.K.’s transport sector is on tenterhooks as deeply divided Britons prepare to cast an historic vote Thursday on whether to remain in or leave the European Union.
The port of Liverpool will charger shippers to create verified gross mass data.
13 Jun 2016
The port of Liverpool will offer container weighing services to help its customers comply with a new international regulation that comes into effect on July 1.
United Kingdom freight forwaders warned not to be complaced about SOLAS despite International Maritime Organization grace period.
06 Jun 2016
A U.K. freight forwarder group urged its members not to be complacent about a new regulation on container weighing.