Lead time is critical to all businesses for planning their activities and for ensuring customer satisfaction. Most companies aim to achieve shorter lead times to streamline their operations.
Let’s delve into the factors that shippers consider to select container carriers -and understand how they influence the decision of which carrier to use and the relative importance of each element.
UNCLOS is an acronym for the United Nations Convention for the Law of the Sea. The convention is also sometimes referred to as the Law of the Sea Convention or the Law of the Sea treaty.
A liftgate is a hydraulic or a pneumatic platform attached to the rear of a vehicle that can be used to lower goods to the ground level or raise goods from a lower level to the level of the truck bed.
With this article, you will know about the pros, cons, and technical details that govern a maritime lien. With a wide array of information on the topic, this is your go-to article on everything to do with a maritime lien.
The convention for Prevention of Marine Pollution (MARPOL) stands as one of the two solid pillars that support the maritime industry. Find out everything you want to know about MARPOL in this article.
The International Safety Management Code is one of the aforementioned required regulations in the marine industry and a very vital component of the SOLAS Convention (Safety of Life at Sea). Find out more about the ISM code inside the article.
Considering the number of containers that are in circulation around the world, to transport about 2 billion tons of cargo annually, how does one keep track of their whereabouts? How are containers identified, tracked, and accounted for?
Shipping Containers have made transportation of cargo easier, convenient and safe. Learn about the specifications of the shipping containers, including container dimensions and markings in this article.