INDIA: Weeklong Truck Driver Strike Ends
July 24, 2018

Truck drivers in India strike to call for industry reforms, protest rising diesel, toll, and insurance costs Truck driver strike in India ends after 8 days Government promises to implement new technology for seamless movement through toll plazas within six months Strike impacts Indian exports, household goods deliveries, and raw materials shipments Sugar prices rise […]

New restrictions have been announced pertaining to Dangerous Goods (DG) moving through Yantian International Container Terminal (YICT), China. All DG cargo (except for Class 9) are not allowed to be handled at YICT. This restriction applies to all Export, Import and Transshipment cargoes. Shipments which are already in transit via Yantian will be reviewed and […]

The United States and China Trade War: Tariff Showdown “Tit-For-Tat” Tariffs set to go into Effect on July 6, 2018   U.S.-China Trade Conflict Continues The latest trade war brewing between the U.S. and China began in January when President Donald Trump announced that the U.S. would impose tariffs on imported solar panels and washing […]

SCO Summit (上合峰会) Will Impact Shipments Moving Through Qingdao, CN (CNTAO/QQCT) from May to June 2018 Temporary restrictions on Dangerous Goods shipments begin on May 20, 2018.   Increased security and disruptions to ocean freight expected through the end of June. The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit will be held in Qingdao, in the Shandong province […]

Congestion at the Yangshan deepwater port in Shanghai is causing significant delays, and will likely affect shipping times in the month ahead for Asia-Europe and Trans-Pacific sailings. The average delay per vessel of 53 hours is a 41 percent increase compared with the first week of April, according to an analysis from CargoSmart. Dense fog, […]

Press Release Asset-Based Forwarder UWL Secures European AEO Certification CLEVELAND, OH (November 18, 2016) – Global 3PL Provider of NVOCC & Freight Forwarding Services, UWL, has secured its European Union Authorized Economic Operator (EU AEO) certification. The EU AEO is comparable to the US Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program. With over 50 years […]

On top of the already announced December 1st GRI, the carriers have announced a Trans-Pacific Eastbound GRI/PSS for a December 15th GRI/PSS of $400 per 40′ (other sizes per formula), and a January 1st GRI of $1000 per 40′. UWL will continue to negotiate with our core carriers to mitigate these charges for all of […]

The carriers have announced a Trans-Pacific Eastbound General Rate Increase (GRI) for December 1, 2016 in the amount of $600 per 40′ (other sizes per formula). UWL will continue to negotiate with our core carriers to mitigate these charges for all of our customers as well as keep our customers and friends up to speed […]

Three Japanese ocean carriers have agreed to spin off their container shipping divisions and merge them together under an agreement released on October 31, 2016. “K” Line, MOL and NYK will create a joint venture company with the goal of improving scale and efficiency, utilizing the best practices of the three companies. The 300 billion […]

Amid Hanjin Bankruptcy and Disruptive Global Shipping Conditions, UWL Continues to Provide Stable, Logistics Solutions for All Shippers In response to the Hanjin Shipping bankruptcy, UWL has booked new cargo with alternate carriers to minimize disruption for customers. UWL will continue to provide market intelligence to its customers to ensure they are informed of marketplace dynamics. Please find […]

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