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P&O Ferries launch new freight ferry service between Calais and Tilbury

Tue. 17 Sep 2019
P&O FERRIES will strengthen its position as the leading enabler of trade flows across the English Channel by launching a new daily ferry service linking Calais with the Port of Tilbury.

Heathrow releases August 2019 cargo figures

Tue. 17 Sep 2019
London Heathrow, the UK capital’s busiest airport, revealed that in August 2019 it processed more than 126,864 metric tonnes of cargo.

Nationwide government events launched to help businesses get ready for Brexit

Mon. 16 Sep 2019
Local businesses across the UK will receive tailored advice and support on preparing for Brexit on 31 October, as part of a series of nationwide events led by government launching tomorrow (Monday 16 September).

Shippers prepare for sharp ocean freight fuel price rises

Wed. 11 Sep 2019
Many cargo owners still uncertain about the impact of IMO 2020 on their freight costs, although better information is now becoming available, says Drewry, which predicts BAFs will soar from Q4 2019 and be very volatile in the first half of 2020, before falling in 2021.

FMC set to review 'costly and unfair' demurrage and detention fees

Wed. 11 Sep 2019
The US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) is backing proposals aimed at reforming how demurrage and detention fees are levied by ocean carriers on shippers.

Reefer container equipment scarcity could impact freight rates - Drewry

Wed. 11 Sep 2019
While there has been a return in production of reefer container equipment, availability will remain tight over the next few years, which will impact shipping capacity supply and freight rates at seasonal peaks, according to maritime analyst, Drewry.

Potential drone protest activity - Friday 13 September

Mon. 9 Sep 2019
To the Heathrow airport community.

Trade war impacting air freight demand

Thu. 5 Sep 2019
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data for global air freight markets showing that demand, measured in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs), contracted by 3.2% in July 2019, compared to the same period in 2018. This marks the ninth consecutive month of year-on-year decline in freight volumes.

UK road haulage permits until end of 2019

Wed. 4 Sep 2019
On 29 August, the UK government updated its information about ECMT permits for journeys in November and December.

EMEA recorded cargo thefts top €300,000 a day

Tue. 3 Sep 2019
Reported thefts of products from road, rail, air and maritime supply chains in the Europe, Middle East & Africa region exceeded €55 million in the first six months of 2019, but are estimated to be far higher, says TAPA.

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