Norman Global Logistics Asia is attending the 11th annual WCA conference in Singapore next week, to network with partners across the region and showcase our latest technology.
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HMRC have written to all UK businesses that currently trade with the European Union to outline new procedures that will take effect in the event of a no-deal Brexit and the actions they need to take in advance of the March deadline.
Asian supply chains experience the same volume issues with the shipping lines every year, around the Chinese New Year period, and it never fails to catch many out, as demand peaks in the run-up and falls away after, resulting in many blanked sailings.
A third of the United States has been experiencing temperatures of -17C (0F) or below, with loss of life and severe impact on freight and transport infrastructure. Temperatures are expected to swing above average over the weekend, which means that the situation will quickly normalise.
The Toy Fair returned to Olympia London last week, and once again Norman Global Logistics were the only shipping experts exhibiting at the largest industry gathering for toys, games and hobbies.
UK Customs technology company Agency Sector Management (ASM) has moved to calm fears that the Port of Dover and other key ro-ro ports will face chaos in the event of a no-deal Brexit, revealing Customs plans to continue handling the current volume of imports and exports.
In the run up to Chinese New Year Norman Global Logistics have opened our sixth office in China, with our most recent expansion to Xiamen, in the southeastern Fujian province.
The Lunar New Year 2019 or Spring Festival, is the biggest Chinese celebration of the year, taking place 3rd to 9th February, with its usual profound impact on supply chains.
The port of Shanghai has retained its status as the world’s business container port for the ninth consecutive year, must to the delight of our colleagues in China’s biggest city.
The new Customs Declaration System CDS was due to replace HM Revenue & Customs ageing ‘CHIEF’ system in March 2019, but trade testing facilities that should have been made available at the end of July have still not been fully deployed, and HMRC have now admitted that the target launch date is no longer attainable.