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As we enter the last quarter, it is fairly universally agreed is that supply chain delays and shortages will continue into 2022.
UK government has confirmed a number of changes to January’s planned move to Brexit 2, with certain elements now being delayed.
The driver shortage has been impacting logistics for months, especially in container transport. However, it has now become much closer to home.
MultiFreight, in conjunction with Vartan Consultancy, will be holding a live Brexit 2 webinar on 30th September, from 10am, for approx 1 hour.
MultiFreight will be exhibiting at Multimodal this year, after signing up for a ‘Pod’ (Stand B39) in the Freight Forwarder’s Village.
Our old website has served us well over the past few years, but alas, it was time to give it a facelift and bring it up to date using modern applications.
Working with partners, we found a solution for online freight training, in particular a Need To Know Freight Forwarding course.
The vessel ‘Ever Given’, which blocked the Suez Canal for a week, is finally due to arrive at Felixstowe next week, four months after it left Asia.
Due to continued growth and development, we are now recruiting a financial specialist. Details of the position and how to apply for this vacancy can be found within this article.
From January, new regulations will apply as we continue to transition away from the EU, details can be found in the new Border Operating Model.
We have started working on preparation for the upcoming changes in European customs procedures. – the GVMS system being introduced soon.
The government confirmed 8 ports have been awarded ‘freeport’ status, with at least the first expected to be up and running by the end of the year.
The Brexit customs intermediary grant scheme, which has been used previously to fund MultiShed, has now reached its full allocation.