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Carrier Surcharges for China’s 2019 Low Sulfur Regulation Changes

China's Ministry of Transport announced a while back upcoming changes to the country's fuel regulations in regard to sulfur content and emissions. We're fast approaching the implementation of the [...]

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Maersk & IBM’s BlockChain Collaboration Stalls

Big news hit in January when it was announced Maersk and IBM were forming a joint venture. The giants in international shipping and information technology, respectively, were introducing a [...]

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Invasive Species on Your Shipping Containers – Action Needed?

Something about international shipping has countries worried. And they're considering legislating it, which makes shipping industry professionals nervous.

What's the issue? Invasive [...]

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US-China Trade War Saves Carriers’ Year But Future Uncertain

You would think the trade war between the U.S. and China would be nothing but bad for transpacific shipping; however, it may have just saved the year for carriers.

Back in June, we [...]

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Maersk Sending First Container Ship Through Arctic

Maersk announced that it is sending the first container ship from East Asia to Europe through the Arctic Ocean. Daniel Shane reports in CNN Money:

The newly built Venta Maersk is set [...]

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China Imports Tariff List (Complete 2nd Tranche)

A week ago, we posted a blog from Universal Cargo's own Cherry Chen outlining the section 301 tariff exclusion process shippers can use to request a one year tariff exclusion on products they [...]

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What’s Happening with Freight Rates Right Now

Don't look now, but peak season is upon us. Yes, those big volume shipping months when importers are bringing in products to line store shelves for the back to school and holiday seasons are [...]

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How To Evaluate a Freight Forwarding Company

This is a Guest Post from Betty White of Moving Offices San Diego.

If you need your goods transported overseas but are worried about handling the process, you need to hire a reliable [...]

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