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Freight Forwarding Terms
Like all businesses, freight forwarding has its own special shorthand, which can be difficult to understand for people who are not involved in freight on a daily basis.
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Larne has lost its status as Northern Ireland’s second biggest freight port to Warrenpoint, according to newly-released official figures. The statistics reveal that over the course of 2013, nine per cent of freight moved through Larne, while 11 per cent ...Read More
Beef production in the USA is declining and resulting in higher beef imports according to Eoin Kelly, Business Analyst at Bord Bia. Kelly says that with domestic production declining stronger prices in the US are expected to lead to an ...Read More
China will erode import tariffs for Australian farm products – including wine – over the next decade, after the signing a landmark trade agreement. Australian wine imported to China currently faces tariffs of between 14% and 30% according to ABC ...Read More
Tags: China, exports, imports
The Tunbridge Wells based Freight Transport Association (FTA) has called on Sir Howard Davies to ensure that air cargo flights are well catered for when he releases his report into expanding the UK’s aviation capacity. The Airports Commission – led ...Read More
Tags: freight, imports