What is Demurrage in Logistics?

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The terms demurrage is used greatly in the logistics world. Essentially they are considered fees that are levied for when cargo is held at a terminal or container warehouse for a lengthy period of time. Let us explain. What does demurrage mean? Once a shipment arrives at its port (be it rail, air or sea),… Read more »

The Required Documents for Overseas Shipping

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With globalization and reach of consumerism spreading to all parts of the world, as with people moving to different parts of the world be it for personal or career reasons, the need for overseas shipping has increased. There is a great need for means of transporting goods and/or merchandise via overseas shipping, and ensuring that… Read more »

Difference in Transit Time when Sending Cargo to Sri Lanka via FCL versus LCL

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The point of the matter is that, almost always, when sending cargo to Sri Lanka or any other destination, originating from the same port, the choice of shipping term makes all the difference in transit time when choosing FCL versus LCL. For instance, when sending cargo to Sri Lanka on FCL basis, you will almost… Read more »

Global Supply Chain and Trade from a Post-Brexit Perspective

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In our previous blog post, What Brexit means for Global Trade, we looked at the implications on the United Kingdom leaving the Europe Union referendum. We also looked at how that would ultimately affect trade relations within the EU Member States and its reliance on the Single Market policy established by the EU for hassle… Read more »

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