Freight and Logistics Blog
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The COVID-19 virus has forced those that work in logistics to accept that Just In Time (JIT) shipping for certain commodities may be a thing
July 2020 Recently the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) have expressed concerns with the number of overweight vehicles leaving the Port Botany Terminals on public
Logistics management and freight management are both terms commonly thrown around in business. The terms logistics and freight are generally associated with the movement and
There is much talk about what a ‘new normal’ will look like post COVID and for anyone with a supply chain it will go like
Freight forwarding is the highly competent process of shipping various cargo from one destination to another by way of various transport carriers, including sea, air,
Australian exporters will shortly begin gaining the benefits of the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA), with Australia receiving official notice that Indonesia has finalised
The mode of transportation you use is an important decision when planning your freight shipping process. Several factors go into choosing your most convenient and
The effects of COVID-19 on the world economy and global supply chains are rapidly unfolding and are likely to have wide-ranging impacts to worldwide businesses.
Our team in Australia, the United States and New Zealand has remained fully operational during these trying times with our office teams working online remotely
While there are many freight forwarding solutions, it’s essential that you choose an option matching your needs and expectations whether you need fast import solutions
You may already know a little or a lot about logistics, shipping carriers, and fast shipping programs. But what does a freight forwarder do? Direct
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread quickly and surpass the SARS outbreak in 2003, supply chain heads must alleviate instant interruption and make a