The problem is growing especially now because the logistics industry is changing.
Import and Export Regulations
News & Analysis
02 Aug 2018
As of now, scrap/agriculture exporters and ocean carriers are in two parallel universes concerning whether space exists on ships heading to Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent.
14 Jun 2018
The government, at a recent stakeholder review meeting regarding trade reforms, set a Sept. 30 deadline for nationwide radio-frequency identification operations.
05 Jun 2018
China's ban on waste imports is generating more volume than some ports can handle as shippers seek new markets.
23 Apr 2018
In a recent letter to the Bangladesh High Commission in Kolkata, India's Kolkata Port Trust chairman Vinit Kumar expressed his consent to let Bangladeshi shippers use the ports it oversees — the Kolkata Dock System and Haldia Dock Complex.
20 Apr 2018
China’s decision to expand the ban comes after US exports fell 3.5 percent in the first two months of this year.
15 Dec 2017
Brazilian fruit and coffee exporters seem to be among those worst hit by the strike.
05 Dec 2017
“Unless these problem areas are fixed, it would not be advisable to reduce the time limit of 48 hours.”
04 Dec 2017
Several industries like construction, food or logistics have already warned of an existing shortage of resources.
22 Nov 2017
These are the best of times for the global airline industry but look like the worst of times for UK carriers and airports as they sweat over Brexit.
20 Nov 2017
Exports to the largest global consumer of wastepaper are in serious trouble.
22 Oct 2017
US contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, and US-flag ocean carriers say Ex-Im Bank is essential if US-based companies are to compete with more than 60 other nations that provide export credit.
22 Sep 2017
India's customs agency agreed to postpone by a month the enforcement of the use of radio-frequency identification sealing tags for factory-stuffed export shipments.