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BIMCO – The Baltic and International Maritime Council is the largest private shipping organisation in the world. It was started in Copenhagen Denmark in 1905 to improve co-operation in the NW European Freight Shipping industry. It now includes the shipowners of over 14000 Freight Vessels, which represents about 65 per cent of the overall world maritime freight capacity. BIMCO has always been a forum for the transfer of relevant practical shipping information, and Shipbrokers and Marine Insurance interests have been members from its early years.
Some suppliers of Belgian beers are having difficulty exporting their brews to thirsty British drinkers across the Channel. A wholesaler stocking some of the country’s most famous Trappist beers, exported its last consignment to the U.K. on 29 December two ...Read More
Tags: exports, freight forwarders, shipping
The CEO of the Brazilian Footwear Association said that online sales and trade shows are here to stay when it comes to footwear exports. During a press conference, the organization said that although specific numbers regarding sales to Arab countries ...Read More
Exports of seafood from smaller companies in Scotland are to be halted for a further five days by the international transport company which handles most of the trade. The major international shipping company stopped groupage exports last week, after delays ...Read More
Tags: exports, groupage, shipping
Ireland's second busiest lorry freight port recorded a sixfold increase in freight on direct ferry routes with Europe this week. Freight traffic on the Irish Sea Route to Britain has halved. The second busiest port - in Co Wexford - ...Read More