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Project Logistics Provider of the Year 2023

Our commitment to customers and the future has been recognised with a prestigious industry award, announced in London on October 25th. Organised by the Heavy Lift &...

Shippers brace for Felixstowe and Liverpool walkouts – a double whammy

Strikes at the key container ports of Felixstowe and Liverpool commenced at the latter on the 19th September and will continue to the beginning of October, with dates ...

Enhanced entity and expansion in India support continued growth of outsourced business services

We have been managing and transforming outsourced supply chains for leading manufacturers and distributors globally, supported by the development of international bus...

New predictive tools for low-carbon supply chains

Considering that the world needs to accelerate its path to net zero carbon, we’re focused on creating valuable environmentally sustainable solutions, with new pred...

Potentially disruptive rail strike averted in US, while, unfortunately, UK braces for more

President Biden’s administration has averted a rail strike that would have caused further issues within the country’s fragile supply chain infrastructure, whi...

Air freight market update

With very few route exceptions, the air freight market from India and Asia to Europe has generally been softening for a couple of months, reflected also in the US ma...

Country update: Bangladesh

Bangladesh is an emerging economy, with the 41st largest economy in the world, according to data from the International Monetary Fund. It is one of the world’s large...

Threat of port strikes to Christmas

Dock workers at Felixstowe finished their first strike in over 30 years on Sunday, after members of the Unite union withdrew their labour for eight days in a dispute...