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IMO 2020 to add £40bn a year to shipping bills

The International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) global emissions regulations come into force in January 2020 and will have a massive effect far outside of shipping, with as much as £220 billion of added costs across global supply chains.

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What the Brexit extension and election mean for shippers

The Brexit extension removes the immediate danger of a no-Deal exit but…..

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Today’s question……..

How many are you in the office nowadays? And how big will you be? A client asked me the other day

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Yang Ming announce IMO2020 surcharge

From January 1st, 2020, the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Low Sulphur Regulation will be in effect, which means all sea-going vessels will have reduce their sulphur emissions by 85%, using liquid natural gas-powered vessels, scrubbers or Very Low Sulphur Fuel Oil.

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What the Brexit extension and election mean for shippers

The Brexit extension removes the immediate danger of a no-Deal exit but…..

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Brexit easements confirmed

Easements previously announced by HMRC in the run up to the original March Brexit deadline, have been extended for the 31st October 2019 deadline.

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95,000 firms opted into Brexit import process

HMRC authorises firms for Transitional Simplified Procedures (TSP) designed to simplify importing after Brexit on 31 October.

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NGL join record-breaking naming ceremony

Norman Global Logistics director, Martin Rue, joined industry bigwigs for a naming ceremony on the 7th October 2019 at the Port of Felixstowe, marking the first time that MSC has officially named a container ship in the UK.

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The MD’s blog

It will never be perfect, it’s always easy to wait, to search for more option, information or wait to be better, but guess what, it will never be perfect.

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Shipping tips for Golden Week

The Golden Week in China is the annual catalyst for rates, demand, space and equipment issues. Not to mention roll-overs, congestion and all the other factors that are typical of an Asia peak season.

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