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Brexit and IFL: Our guide for freight and logistics customers
26 August
2019
To support our customers through Brexit, we’ve put together a short guide to how International Forwarding Ltd is dealing with Brexit. We’ve also included some recommendations for anyone using freight forwarding and logistics services in the UK and some technology changes you need to be aware of. 1. Weekly Brexit briefings The board is holding weekly update Brexit briefing meetings. ThisRead more
Multimodal sign
20 June
2019
Multimodal wraps today at our local NEC in Birmingham so here’s our Multimodal 2019 roundup of photographic highlights from the show. Several directors from International Forwarding Ltd (IFL) attended the freight and logistics event this week to meet with suppliers and industry contacts. Andy Grubb, Sales Director, International Forwarding, says: “Multimodal 2019 seemed quiet this year with fewer exhibitors than previouslyRead more
Customs Clearance Dover
20 February
2019
New guidance updates for exporters and importers covering customs procedures in the event of a no-deal Brexit were issued by HM Revenue & Customs this month (4 February). You can download them at the links below. HMRC is introducing “simplified importing procedures” – known as Transitional Simplified Procedures (TSP) – for an initial period of one year to ease congestionRead more
Roy Baker, IFL Director, on a no-deal Brexit
10 January
2019
This week International Forwarding director Roy Baker spoke to Heart FM news about Brexit and the effect on the West Midlands freight and logistics industry – and the businesses who use them for importing and exporting their goods. Please note: to support our customers through Brexit, we have put together a short guide to how we as a freight forwarderRead more
Multimodal-Pallite-stand
16 May
2018
What are the hot topics from Multimodal 2018, the UK’s largest transport and logistics conference, which took place in Birmingham from 1-3 May? We’ve rounded up some of the news coming out of this year’s conference. BREXIT Brexit and digital disruption dominate at Multimodal 2018 [IFL] Brexit uncertainty together with digital transformation/disruption were the two main topics of conversation atRead more
Multimodal-Brexit-seminar
14 May
2018
Brexit challenges together with digital transformation / disruption were the two main topics of conversation at Multimodal 2018, the annual UK’s freight and logistics conference held at the NEC in Birmingham this month. EU customs union uncertainty The degree of uncertainty around Brexit, and the Customs Union in particular, is making it impossible for transport and logistics firms to prepareRead more
Brexit sign and Union Jack dominoes set to fall
14 March
2018
Importers and exporters trading in Europe are still seeking clarity as Brexit talks move to the next round. Roy Baker, Director, International Forwarding, asks what import-export businesses can do to prepare for the uncertainty ahead in European freight and logistics? Update: We are now collating Brexit preparations into IFL’s bulletpoint guide for customers. Just 12 months to go now beforeRead more
8 November
2017
The British International Freight Association (BIFA), the trade association for UK freight forwarding and logistics companies, has updated its Standard Trading Conditions to take into account new SOLAS rules and other issues. International Forwarding Director Roy Baker outlines five main changes for our customers. International Forwarding Limited (IFL) trades under the conditions of the British International Freight Association for allRead more
17 July
2017
As Brexit negotiations begin, Roy Baker, Director, International Forwarding, reviews the likely options facing European logistics and why freight forwarders with Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status will be better placed to help import-export business navigate the bumpy road ahead.   We were hoping the June general election might mean that we could put the crystal ball back into its boxRead more
Palletways-ETA-in-action-
30 May
2017
International Forwarding customers are set to benefit from the new industry-first Palletways estimated time of arrival (ETA) technology, which officially launches this week. From Thursday (1 June), International Forwarding will be offering its clients the benefits of groundbreaking technology available through its membership of Palletways, the No1 UK pallet distribution network. For every pallet input to the Palletways network theRead more
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