Industry News

Workers at UK’s largest port vote to ‘walk-out’ with strikes now considered ‘inevitable’

Talks at ACAS to avert a strike at the UK’s biggest container port, Felixstowe broke down last night, both sides blaming the other. View Linkedin item here[...]

read more

‘Broken’ supply chains and ‘burned-out’ workers slowing transit time from Asia

Despite falling demand, transit times from Asia have failed to improve, signifying a ‘broken’ supply chain and ‘burnt-out’ logistics workers. View Linkedin item here[...]

read more

Airfreight rates out of Asia take a dive as demand from the west is ‘subdued’

Asian forwarders are reporting a large drop in airfreight rates, but don’t believe this is the end of elevated prices. View Linkedin item here[...]

read more

Shanghai Covid scare raises spectre of further lockdown disruption

With mass testing again underway, there are renewed fears that Shanghai could go back into lockdown and disrupt peak season. View Linkedin item here[...]

read more

Technology is key, as shippers and truckers struggle with supply chain KPIs

Many shipper and truckers are struggling to get a grip on performance which is largely caused by the disruptions of the past two years. View Linkedin item here[...]

read more

Beyond the human tragedy, the crisis is also impacting freight and supply chains.

The Russian – Ukraine war is impacting supply chains in many way, from higher fuel costs to sanctions and disrupted capacity. View Linkedin item here[...]

read more

NNR support Japan’s food export fair

NNR Global Logistics have extensive experience in Logistics, Transport support and Customs Clearance of Food products. View Linkedin item here[...]

read more

More South Korea businesses hit as Truck Strike enters 7th day.

NNR Korea are close at hand if you need more information or support. View Linkedin item here[...]

read more

NNR Global Logistics website is available in multiple languages.

Select your language