National Day is held annually on the 1st October, to celebrate the founding of the People’s Republic of China and also starts the seven day Golden Week festival, including parades, ceremonies, and other displays.
The shortage of HGV drivers and its impact on deliveries, that has been in the public eye of late, is actually a global issue which has persisted for almost two decades, but has been delicately managed within the supply chain industry, to protect shippers and their customers.
Building a reputable, strong, and profitable company requires time. Therefore, I believe in a long-term approach to building strength in: Culture; Finance; Ethics; Knowledge; and Relations. All vital to good service.
The acute shortage of HGV drivers in the UK is impacting all aspects of supply chain operation and transported products, with shops lacking stocks and fresh produce being dumped or left to rot and the the Road Haulage Association (RHA) warned that the serious lack of drivers is a growing, global phenomenon.
So here we are, June already, the second half of the year soon to start. Time seems to be accelerating while we work flat-out, spinning the wheels in the supply chains fast as we can. We are moving our customers’ trade and navigating the extraordinary challenges in the supply chain landscape.
Due to continued growth we have multiple vacancies in our flagship Felixstowe offices
Chinese New Year (CNY), Lunar New Year or Spring Festival, celebrates the beginning of the New Year on the traditional Chinese calendar and falls this year on Friday the 12th February, with three days public holiday in Hong Kong and seven days on the mainland.
The modern-day container dates back to 1956, when American entrepreneur, Malcolm McLean, shipped the first containers from Newark to Houston, in an innovation that transformed international shipping. The container now underpins the global economy moving $4 trillion of goods every year.