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The supply chain of tomorrow

We’ve been reviewing all that’s new on the supply chain front to bring you the Top 5 trends that your competitors will be considering. If knowledge is power, we can help you to recharge your battery.

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BIFA shortlist MIQ for further awards

BIFA have revealed the finalists of their 28th annual Freight Service Awards, with MIQ Logistics shortlisted for awards in the Air Cargo Services and Extra Mile categories.

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Japan lines merge to form world’s sixth largest carrier

K Line, MOL and NYK, the big three Japan container shipping lines, have agreed to merge their shipping businesses to create a joint-venture with a total capacity of 1.4m teu and a market share of 7%, which will make them the sixth largest global carrier.

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Global Freight Awards 2016

The Lloyds Loading List Global Freight Awards have MIQ Logistics shortlisted in two categories.

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Typhoon Haima closes Hong Kong and Shenzhen offices

MIQ Logistics offices in Hong Kong & Shenzhen have closed as Typhoon Haima hits China.

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50% of large shippers in supply chain stone-age

Within five years 95% expect more processes with suppliers to be automated, yet most still manage their supply chains by phone, fax and email

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Hurricane Matthew: Strongest storm since 2004 nears Florida

Hurricane Matthew, now a Category 3 hurricane, is nearing the Florida Space Coast with dangerous storm surge, destructive winds and flooding rainfall stretching into Georgia and South Carolina by the weekend.

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Retail Week Supply Chain Awards 2016

The Retail Week Supply Chain Awards 2016 recognise those retailers, suppliers and service providers who are re-inventing the modern retail supply chain.

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Economist says China slowdown is global economy’s biggest threat

China is going through a big political revolution and the economy is slowing down much more than official figures show

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Asia – Europe shipping capacity

With 530,000 containers under their control globally the failure of Hanjin Shipping has inevitably had a negative impact on the available capacity in the the Asia/North Europe trade, which had already been reduced by almost 10% in the last 15 months.

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