The temporary suspension of P&O Ferries’ services has rocked a UK logistics industry already struggling to cope with a host of supply chain issues caused by Brexit, the pandemic, and ongoing manpower shortages.
American Airlines Cargo Carries Colombian Gold Treasures To London For Major, New British Museum Exhibition
07 Mar 2022
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could exacerbate a tonnage shortage in the global MPV/HL sector driven by ongoing container-side congestion and spillover cargo.
21 Feb 2022
The board of UK e-commerce and reverse logistics specialist Clipper will recommend shareholders accept terms of a takeover deal from New York-based GXO.
18 Feb 2022
Severe supply chain disruption in the world’s key markets has led to a joint effort among international competition authorities to investigate potential collusion.
11 Feb 2022
While a rate "plateau" may be looming, container congestion and equipment supply shortages will continue to push spillover cargo into the MPV sector, analysts say
02 Feb 2022
There are no signs the severely congested ports in Asia and the US ports will ease anytime soon, leading a Chinese shipper and European forwarders to step into a space once reserved for carriers.
19 Jan 2022
Europe’s second-busiest port was able to withstand a year of widespread disruption to match its previous record throughput.
05 Nov 2021
The current decarbonization framework for global shipping will fall way short of 2050 targets and requires significant investment in zero emission technologies backed by government, shipping executives say.
04 Nov 2021
Port congestion at major European hubs and supply-side disruption across the regional logistics chain continues to put the brakes on factory production.
21 Oct 2021
The regulatory requirements governing the shipping of dangerous goods make their handling more complex, which shippers believe is behind growing difficulties in securing equipment and space on vessels.
23 Sep 2021
While the ro/ro market booms thanks to high consumer demand and spillover container cargo, soaring vessel costs and an ongoing chip shortage add risk.
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