Press Release UWL Supply Chain Award CLEVELAND, April 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — UWL employees enjoyed a taste of ‘hands on’ logistics earlier this year, by winning the company’s quarterly “Supply Chain Award.”  This unique award gives employees a rare chance to get down and dirty with trucks, warehouses and ships at working terminals and ports.  Four outstanding employees […]

World Distribution Services (WDS) completed construction of a brand new 100,000 sq. ft. addition to its warehouse in Savannah, GA. Details About New Services and Additions to the Savannah, GA Distribution Center World Distribution Services announced its completion of a brand new, 100,000 sq. ft. addition to their Savannah, GA warehouse, bringing the grand total […]

Impact of December 18th ELD Mandate
December 14, 2017

Impact of December 18th ELD Mandate The FMCSA congressionally mandated ELD (Electronic Logging Device) compliance deadline is set for December 2017. Starting December 18th, inspectors and roadside enforcement personnel will begin documenting violations on roadside inspection reports and will issue citations to drivers operating vehicles without a compliant ELD.           What is the ELD Mandate? The ELD […]

UWL Expands with Houston, TX Services
November 9, 2017

CLEVELAND, OH (November 8, 2017) –  UWL, an asset-based global forwarder, continues to quickly accelerate their growing footprint by expanding into Houston, TX. The Cleveland-based company has seen tremendous growth over the past decade, and now meets the demand to further invest in this market and its customer foundation in the Gulf region of the […]

By Kellie Lynch We are experts in the Trans-Atlantic Trade Lanes, and we are ready to serve you. Complete service package – UWL offers logistics, customs house brokerage, forwarding and European transport services from A to Z.  Our strong agent network with agent offices in each European country gives us unrivalled ability to transport any […]

Construction, rail-car shortages and a hazardous cargo incident in August are hampering operations at Canada’s Port of Prince Rupert and increasing dwell times. Several ocean carriers have announced revised vessel schedules in response to the mounting delays at Prince Rupert. Maersk Line will be diverting cargo for its TP9 service from Prince Rupert to Vancouver. The […]

The Indian Government is in the process of streamlining several indirect taxes into a single Goods and Service Tax (GST). As a result, inland haulage charges rendered within India are subject to GST of 18 percent, subject to change per Indian regulations. The GST, which is replacing the former service tax of 15 percent, applies […]

Container throughput across the globe has picked up pace in 2017, compared to 2015 and 2016, according to industry analyst Drewry. In its latest Container Insights Weekly data, Drewry noted that nearly all major trade routes, including Asia-North American West Coast and Asia-North American East Coast, have made contributions to the volume growth. Asia-Mediterranean routes […]

The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are gearing up for peak season, which means that gate congestion and equipment issues are expected to become more pronounced in the coming months. In an interview with the Journal of Commerce (JOC), Weston LaBar, executive director of the Harbor Trucking Association, described the anticipated congestion as […]

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