Troubled Waters

15th August 2017 Troubled Waters CSCL Jupiter which has the capacity to carry 14,300 TEU ran aground shortly after departing from the port of Antwerp. The Antwerp Port Authority said the grounding resulted in the suspension of all shipping traffic to and from the port causing several delays. The vessel was refloated on Monday night […]

Congestion in China

9th May 2017 Congestion in China   Chinese ports are currently encountering a nasty bout of congestion brought on by a number of coalescing factors. Bad weather, the restructuring of alliance networks, ever bigger ships and shippers’ eagerness to move cargo ahead of planned rate increases have all been mentioned in dispatches as the reasons […]

MSC Daniela

10th April 2017 MSC Daniela    On Tuesday 4th April, at approximately 1030hrs local time, a fire was reported onboard the MSC Daniela. The vessel was sailing from Singapore enroute to Port Said when the fire broke out toward the bow of the ship. The crew immediately initiated emergency procedures and attempted to control the […]

Network Meeting

7th April 2017 Network Meeting   Ocean Freight Manager Carlo Resinelli and director Paul Snookes pictured recently attended the 15th CLN Network Meeting in Vietnam. The meetings gave Anglia Forwarding the opportunity to speak to many of our worldwide partners concerning logistics issues, practices and how to develop new systems and strategies. For further details […]

UK Customs systems `will deal with Brexit – probably`

7th April 2017 UK Customs systems `will deal with Brexit – probably` Forwarding representatives are working closely with key UK government agencies HMRC and Border Force in preparation for Britain’s exit from the European Union and are optimistic the UK and its customs systems will cope with the challenges of Brexit – “probably”. Peter MacSwiney, […]