Here we have a selection of logistics news & media on topics spanning the supply chain.The Chinese Lockdowns & The Supply ChainAfter a relatively successful “no-Covid” plan put into place by the Chinese government, in mid to late March ’22 Chinese officials were forced into issuing a Shanghai lockdown due to a daunting spike in their COVID cases, reporting a record high of 16,766 on the 6th of April. Shanghai is a huge player in the […] Read MoreAmazons Electrical HGV’sIn a previous blog post we discussed carbon emissions within the supply chain, a few months later and, we’re all witness to five electrically powered HGV’s being added to Amazons delivery fleet, making them one of the first companies in the world to do so. The five vehicles operating from fulfilment centres in Tilbury & […] Read MoreThe Ukraine & Russia Conflict- How Has The Supply Chain Been Effected?Russia accounts for 10.7% of EU road imports & 7.8% exports, this is a 10th of all imports in the EU. With such a large freight route now being disrupted, what can we expect to see changing across the supply chain? In the previous couple of weeks the conflict has spread like wildfire, leaving many […] Read MoreInternational Women’s Day- Women In LogisticsHappy International Women’s Day! Today is the day where every year, we internationally celebrate the progression women have made economically, socially, politically & culturally. We thought what better way to highlight how far women have come (even in the last few years) than by collating some facts and figures about women working across the Supply […] Read MoreThe UK FreeportsWhat Is A UK Freeport? UK Freeports are introductory ‘special areas’ that are within UK borders, where different economic regulations will apply. Freeports in England are focused around one or more air, rail, or seaport, but extend up to 45km beyond the port(s). The UK isn’t the first country to adopt this kind of system, […] Read MoreLunar New Year In LogisticsWith Lunar New Year (LNY) coming up soon, beginning on the 1st of Feb, it’s hard to plan for the delays that are going to follow. We’re writing a little summary for you, of what to expect and how you can put a plan in place for this time of the year. The Lunar New […] Read More2022 PredictionsWhat are our predictions for 2022? read below to find out! Digital World We all know that the world we live in, is in the age of technology, there is always a new development or solution being brought to the table. Predictions for 2022 come from those in industry, like CEO of OnProcess, Oliver Lemanski, [...]Read MoreUncertaintyAfter a treacherous two years, juggling the effects of Brexit and COVID-19 simultaneously is something that has been difficult for many business’ across the supply chain. Although we have elaborated on their effects in our previous articles, we wanted to highlight the ongoing effect that has trickled down to almost all walks of life, business and personal; that being uncertainty. Read MoreCarbon Emissions and LogisticsAlthough not a new topic, it seems that the world is finally waking up to the issue of carbon emissions and what this could mean for the planet. Being a part our industry means that we need to be not only conscious of the current environment crisis, but active in it’s aid.Let’s run you through some figures, to give you an idea of how important the movement to clean and sustainable travel is to customers in the modern day Read MoreHow COVID affected us & the supply chainAlthough Brexit had its ups and downs, leaving its mark on business all across the supply chain; the issue was overshadowed wholeheartedly by the worldwide pandemic … Read MoreHow BREXIT affected us and the supply chainNow, we all know that there have been some monumental shifts over the past couple of years, in many aspects; coronavirus and Brexit being at the very top of that list. In this post we’re going to share with you why change might not always be as bad as it seems and to highlight what we’ve done to adapt to an always changing industry and supply chain.Although Brexit was coming up to two years ago, now, the knock on effects echo through many different industries, the supply chain and logistics are not exempt from this list. Seeing as a huge portion of our industry surrounds importing and exporting, you can begin to see why. Read More LOAD MORESee our Case Studies here.