• Dangerous Goods exempt from potential Brexit logjam With the prospect of Britain reaching no deal with the European Union before Brexit as scheduled on 29 March, it’s hard to imagine there could be any bright spots for shippers and the logistics industry who have been busy poring over realms of changes to regulations about to take place. But one important regulatory area […] Fwd News 0 Comments 2 weeks ago
  • Dangerous goods initiatives gather pace across logistics sector An initiative that allows for the easy electronic transfer of dangerous goods information has been launched to market recently, as the logistics sector continues to ramp up efforts to improve safety standards across the globe. Public demand has been a key driver in the pace of development within the Dangerous Goods sector, garnering technological, scientific […] Fwd News 0 Comments August 2, 2017
  • Mislabelling putting lives at risk Technical advisor at the International Cargo Handling Co-ordination Association (ICHCA), Richard Brough, warned that some aspects of non-compliance in container shipping have worsened since the Container Transport Units Code (CTU Code) was updated in 2014. Freight container cargo types have expanded over many years, and innovations have changed the way some cargo types are transported. […] Fwd News 0 Comments March 22, 2017