China’s Belt and Road initiative has recently – and quite suddenly - achieved a much higher profile in the UK. Ton van den Bosch, Head of Global Ports & Maritime Infrastructure, Ince & Co, outlines what it is, what it means and why it’s so important, not only to UK port operators, but the wider freight industry supply chain.
The clocks changed again at 2am on October 29, 2017. This clock change or 'daylight saving' has been part of our way of life for more than 100 years. Every spring, the clocks 'spring' forward and summer hours officially begin. In the Autumn, they 'fall' back to their regular schedule. But why does daylight saving time exist?
It’s time for a different approach in the container shipping industry, one based on co-operation and collaboration, rather than confrontation, says Chris Welsh, Secretary-General of the Global Shippers’ Forum
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport is encouraging all companies involved in the supply chain to become an Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) to ensure the United Kingdom operates frictionless borders post-Brexit.
Could a little known messaging protocol revolutionise the monitoring of goods in the supply chain?