New Solution Addresses China to Mexico Shipping Challenge

New Solution Addresses China to Mexico Shipping Challenge

Mexico has become a popular manufacturing hub for North American companies looking to shrink their supply chains. But this near-sourcing trend creates real challenges. Many component parts used during the assembly process in Mexico are made by Chinese suppliers and...
Import Trade Compliance: 2022 Outlook

Import Trade Compliance: 2022 Outlook

Import trade compliance is often forgotten during yearly organizational strategy sessions. But it is a vital element of global trade management and has taken on heightened importance during the COVID-19 pandemic and its widespread disruption of global supply chain...
COVID-Related Disruptions at the Port of Tianjin

COVID-Related Disruptions at the Port of Tianjin

Some COVID-19 positive cases have been detected in Tianjin, China. As a response, most Tianjin residents are required by the zero-COVID policy of the Chinese government to take a Nucleic Acid Testing (NAT) to prevent further spread of illness. Some districts of the...
Overcoming Congestion at US Ports

Overcoming Congestion at US Ports

If there ever was a time to get creative with international freight, it’s now. Congestion at US ports has hit record levels at a time when brands are desperate to replenish inventories for the peak shipping season. Here’s a snapshot of the situation at 3 of America’s...