How do I verify and make sure that my goods were actually shipped..??Click here to read more » » »
Do ports have a responsibility to check customs release documents before they release or ship the cargo..?? Do they check and are they obligated to check..??Click here to read more » » »
Is the future of freight green..?? This shared infographic from Freightera shows you the options and makes you think..Click here to read more » » »
Shipping and Freight Resource Blog has been awarded the Best Educational Blog 2016 in SA Blog Awards..Click here to read more » » »
An article discussing the various types of documentation involved in a sea freight shipment prepared by the various parties involved..Click here to read more » » »
Why does a shipping line or agent check or have to check a Bill of Lading vs customs documents.. What are they checking for and what should they be checking for..??Click here to read more » » »
Article outlining the requirements for the import of a motor vehicle into the United States..Click here to read more » » »
As you may be aware, the IMO, has announced that the IMDG Code, 2016 Edition comes into force on 1 January 2018 for two years..
During 2017, shippers and carriers may opt to use the provisions of IMDG Code 38th amendment (38-16) or 37th Amendment (37-14)..
Currently the IMDG Code 2014 Edition which came into force on 1st January 2016 is being used and the IMDG Code Supplement, 2014 Edition will remain valid until further notice..
So what is this IMDG Code 38th amendment (38-16) all about..??Click here to read more » » »
Who is a freight forwarder and what does a freight forwarder do..??Click here to read more » » »
2016, a review of the year that was, for shipping and freight.. What was good, what was bad, what went right and what went wrong and which of my articles you enjoyed the most.. 🙂Click here to read more » » »