The UNCTAD Review of the Maritime Industry in 2020/2021

The UNCTAD Review of the Maritime Industry in 2020/2021

The UNCTAD (United Nations Conference of Trade and Development) has reviewed the performance of the maritime industry in 2020 and provides insights into how it fared in terms of various roll-on effects brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and how … Continue reading

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How Global Supply Chain Companies Have Changed In The Wake Of COVID-19

Adapting to new situations and scenarios is hard. Crisis management is hard, especially in the midst of a pandemic, there are many volatile and changing pieces that have affected various industries. However, one thing is clear, that change had to … Continue reading

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International Business Strategies in terms of the Logistics Industry

The pandemic brought on a lot of changes, and with it, the world went into crisis mode and adapted. People in different industries were shaken up, expected to re-think alternative and change the game. With it, those in global trade … Continue reading

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The Freight and Logistics Market Trends for 2022

Another year nearly over, and we look back at the last two years to understand how much of an impact COVID-19 has had on the world, its industries and global trade to ensure that we take away the lessons and … Continue reading

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Global Supply Chain Crunch

The pandemic has taken a toll, nearly two years later, the world is still attempting to make a recovery, yet with the hit on global trade and the global supply chain crunch, it continues to disrupt. There are not only … Continue reading

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Global Supply Chain and Trade Strategies to Adapt

With the world bracing for shipping delays as Christmas approaches, global supply chain and trade strategies are being adapted the world over to avert major crisis and ensure the economy  rebound and recovers organically. Some of the global supply chain … Continue reading

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Waterfront Industrial Actions Led by Unions to Continue Disruptions

The movement of ships and of vital goods are being greatly delayed due to the ongoing union-led waterfront industrial actions, with at least two ship voyages being delayed.  As these delays continue, Australian cargo and most importantly consumer goods and … Continue reading

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Rising Shipping and Port Charges. COVID-19 and Inflation

COVID-19 has disrupted the world for almost two years, bringing the healthcare industry to its knee, and many economies stumbling as they attempt to patch the issues up as they occur. Inflation is one of the significant impacts that COVID-19 … Continue reading

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National Freight Data Hub

The National Freight Data Hub is managed by the Infrastructure Department whereby it aims to utilized data in order to improve efficiencies within the freight industry. As data is utilized in various industries and how they integrate together, it will … Continue reading

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How to Prepare for Christmas and Avoid Shipping Delays

With COVID-19 and the unprecedented way in which it has shaken up world trade and global supply chains, many businesses are making attempts to be super ready to take on the new challenges. Here is what they recommend you do … Continue reading

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