There is a widespread acknowledgement that the global shipping industry needs to take action to reduce its emissions.
The disruption to shipping lines during the lockdown of March 2020 has led to record costs.
Brexit has provided many challenges to the freight forwarding industry and customs authorities.
Whilst many of the disruptions found in 2020 caught a lot of businesses by surprise, the need to be ready to adapt to significant disruptions has always been critical in logistics and shipping.
The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation has become the latest signatory to calls for an international ban on the use and carriage of HFO from Arctic shipping.
BIFA has conscientiously updated the Association’s terms and conditions to replace the previous incarnation, that was only launched in 2017.
The British Ports Association (BPA) has outlined a sustainable growth agenda for 2021.
A range of physicists, engineers and geographers spent years trying to work out what the longest straight-line journey around the world...
Shipping rates from Asia to the UK have now reached record highs.
BIFA has said that its members are frustrated by the news that one of the world’s largest container shipping firms is to levy a new shipping line surcharge.