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China’s pollution crackdown impacts textiles

The Chinese government’s push to clean up the environment by inspecting and closing non-compliant factories across the country has had minimal impact on apparel and textile imports…….so far

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MIQ shortlisted for NFL rescue

BIFA have revealed the finalists of their 29th annual Freight Service Awards with MIQ Logistics, a winner this year, shortlisted for their NFL Wembley project with New Era Cap.

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China enjoys a break and healthy trade results

While our colleagues in China and Hong Kong enjoyed their Golden Week holidays the latest Container Trade Statistic have been released.

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Celebrating our 2nd Retail Week Award

MIQ Logistics celebrated their 2nd Retail Week win in three years at last night’s prestigious Retail Week Supply Chain Awards.

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Asia-Europe rail won’t dent ocean volumes

Commentators at last week’s London International Shipping Week are adamant that Asia-Europe rail services will not undermine the dominance of container shipping.

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Earthquake triggers MIQ contingency plan

Tuesday’s earthquake in Mexico, which resulted in numerous fatalities and heavy structural damage has led MIQ Logistics to close our office in Mexico City.

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Is liner consolidation the end for competition

It is looking increasingly likely that the liner industry consolidation that started the year before the Hanjin Shipping collapse will end up reducing the number of major carriers to no more than a handful.

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The New Carrier Alliances AND your free infographic

No shipping line- not even Maersk! – can afford to buy and operate all the vessels they would need to offer weekly sailings to every port they serve – Hence the New Shipping Alliances.

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Hurricane Irma and business continuity

MIQ Logistics are implementing business continuity planning as Florida prepares for the possible landfall of Hurricane Irma.

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Asia air rates start to rise

Lufthansa is the first airline to increase their rate, lifting them between 5% and 10%, with even higher increases expected.

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