16-April-2024: An accident is in a small corner, a recent example being the collision of MV. Dali with the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore. This just goes to show how important it is to properly insure your cargo transport.

06-March-2024: In order to comply with the Quebec Ministry of Transport regulations, carriers apply restrictions to cargo weight during the annual Spring Thaw period.

06-March-2024: From Q4 2023, (products of) iron and steel may only be imported into the European Union (EU) if these goods do not contain Russian commodities.

11-January-2024: In Europe, the holidays are now over, but in the Far East, the holidays are just around the corner. What does this mean for you?

20-December-2023: Shipping companies are increasingly deciding to divert ships via Cape of Good Hope. As such, it is irreversible that shipments incur significant delays.

18-December-2023: Following attacks by Yemen’s Houthi rebels on commercial vessels, several shipping companies have now announced that they will not sail through the Red Sea until further notice.

27-November-2023: We would like to inform you about the modified opening hours during the upcoming holidays!

27-November-2023: The main approach channel and Berths 8&9 at Hutchison Ports Port of Felixstowe have been deepened to improve access for the world’s largest container ships.

27-November-2023: The new year is in sight, which means new road haulage rates will be issued again. What are the expectations for these rates?

27-November-2023: As part of the modernization package for climate protection (“Klimaschutzprogramm 2030”), the German government announced important changes to the LKW-Maut with effect from December 1, 2023