More direct calls avoiding the UK could reduce the nation to a feeder market
High levels of congestion at major container gateways have led to declining direct port calls ...
Forth Ports has confirmed today (28th April) that, through significant investment in its straddle carrier fleet and IT development, the company will offer shippers a solution to determine the VGM (Verified Gross Mass) of export containers arriving at its terminals in Tilbury and Grangemouth, ensuring compliance with the updated provisions of SOLAS VI (Safety of Life at Sea).
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