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In his latest blog, VP of Government and Industry Affairs, Michael Ford outlines the recent fact-finding report completed by the FMC regarding the impact of Covid-19 on the ocean transportation industry.
The United Kingdom has announced a formal delay in checks on EU goods, originally planned for July 2022, the changes will now go into effect at the end of 2023.
The predictive ETA feature in BDP’s Smart Navigator platform provides shippers with the best possible prediction given the information available.
Real-time freight visibility software allows supply chain managers to track their shipments and make informed decisions on inventory planning and customer service decisions. Software has become a staple in the industry with a plethora of different offerings available to users. However, with varying capabilities, accuracy, pricing, and features we recommend evaluating five main features when selecting a digital platform for your business.
Michael Ford, BDP's VP of Government and Industry Affairs, gives an in-depth overview of some of the biggest agenda items in Washington and how they will have a major impact on both shippers and the transportation industry as a whole.
BDP's Vice President of Government and Industry Affairs, Michael Ford, explains the latest exclusions reinstated by the U.S. Trade Representative and how you can prepare for next steps.
BDP's Global Key Account Director, Robert Mottier, breaks down President Biden's State of the Union speech and what his crackdown on ocean carriers means for the future of the container shipping industry.
Bart Mariën, Manager - Customs and Trade Compliance Europe, discusses the EU's ICS2 implementation, the affected parties, and how supply chain stakeholders can prepare to welcome the changes.
On February 15, 2022, the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC), posted an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) and they want to hear from shippers about the current issue that focuses on detention and demurrage costs assessed to cargo. Michael Ford, VP of Government and Industry Affairs, reviews the ANPRM in his latest blog and informs shippers how to submit feedback to the FMC.
In his latest blog, VP of Government and Industry Affairs, Michael Ford, takes a look at the uncertainty that has been omnipresent in both supply chains and the world at large for the past two years. Read more to learn how companies can successfully navigate the uncertainty by incorporating this factor into planning.