Doing Business in the Netherlands

QAD

The Netherlands is a modern and highly industrialized country located in Western Europe. The Netherlands was one of the founding countries of both the EU and NATO, showing that it is a nation of progressive and forward-thinking people. The Netherlands is the seventh largest economy in the EU. Manufacturing in the Netherlands. Because of its strategic location and strong infrastructure, the Netherlands plays a key role in the global logistics industry.

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Twenty BluJay Customers in the Netherlands Successfully Migrate to Modern Customs Management Software Platform

BluJay Solutions

BluJay’s SaaS Customs Management software replaces a now-outdated system used previously by customers in the Netherlands. “Connecting to Single Window requires the necessary hours, expertise and improvisational talent from BluJay and DB Cargo. But the result turned out great,” says Wessel Sijl, Customs Manager at DB Cargo.

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International SAP Conference for Connected Logistics in Cargo

Manufacturing & Logistics IT

Cook Conferences and SAP have announced the International SAP Conference for Connected Logistics in Cargo taking place on 10-11 October, 2017 in Amsterdam, Netherlands

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This Week in Logistics News (July 4-8, 2016)

Talking Logistics

Air cargo firms feel the pressure from plunge in freight prices (Reuters). A similar situation exists in the air cargo market, as reported by Reuters: Following a sharp fall in freight prices air cargo companies are set to trim their fleets and jobs further to battle overcapacity while looking for new partnerships and products to carry, industry executives and analysts say.

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The Great Maersk Shift

Freightos

Today, 75 to 80% of cargo arrives on time. It fixed a glaring business problem in the industry – a tacit understanding that container liners would charge extra, on top of existing fees, if they had a container they could ship for more (rolled cargo).

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Is The Freight Industry Ready For SOLAS?

Freightos

For example, in France a full 70% of FCL quotes include weights, but in the Netherlands it’s only 20%. That is, for shippers that already weigh cargo, the only direct change will be paperwork. Terminals may become congested with unloaded cargo, as frantic companies try to arrange weight verification or arrange for removal. Ocean cargo is hazardous enough as it is, so carriers have been prime movers in this SOLAS rule change, to reduce loss and damage to both cargo and ships.

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Hankyu Hanshin Express Deploys Kewill Global Forwarding in Belgium

BluJay Solutions

The next phase features the implementation of Kewill Global Forwarding in the Netherlands during the second half of 2016. The multimodal freight forwarding solution offers quick and easy access to critical shipment information and provides visibility of cargo throughout the shipment cycle. We’re excited to complete Hankyu Hanshin Express’ implementation in Belgium and shift our focus to the Netherlands.”. Completes fourth phase of global expansion using Kewill solutions .

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The Hackers Inside Your Supply Chain

Talking Logistics

trillion in cargo annually. Last month, for example, Dutch and Belgian authorities arrested a dozen suspects accused of smuggling drugs through the harbor of Antwerp to The Netherlands by using hackers to access the computer systems of harbor companies and container terminals. Two recent reports highlight the growing threat of cyber-terrorism on supply chains.

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Ship Smarter: How to Avoid Bottlenecks in Your Global Operations

ThroughPut

You can’t just turn around a giant cargo ship. Take the Netherlands, for example. Once cargo has shipped, there are no “backsies.” Everything from custom duties to cargo inspections can create bottlenecks within the supply chain. Even at some of the world’s best supply chains, redirecting chemicals and other products is a Herculean effort. And when shipping to volatile countries, it becomes even harder. For U.S.

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Doing Business in Italy

QAD

Italy has more than 129 airports, the bulk of which can handle cargo. Italy is a beautiful country full of golden sunshine and rolling hills that support vineyards and olive groves. It is also a modern industrial country at the forefront of fashion, consumer goods and construction.

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Doing Business in Belgium

QAD

The Kingdom of Belgium achieved its independence from the Netherlands in 1830, and has become an admired modern country, well-known as the home of international organizations such as NATO and the EU. Belgium is bordered by France, Germany, Luxembourg and Netherlands, and has a robust shipping infrastructure including multiple ports, making it a perfect location for trade both within the EU and with other geographic regions. percent; Netherlands 12 percent and the U.K.

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E2open to Acquire INTTRA, Adding the World’s Leading Ocean Shipping Network and Software Provider, Creating an Integrated Global Supply Chain and Logistics Operating Network

E2open

The shipper, beneficial cargo owner, freight forwarder and logistics service provider communities derive value from a larger combined network and new end-to-end solutions that improve operational efficiency, reduce inventories and deliver efficient logistics operations. Avantida’s platform currently serves Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Portugal, Poland and Spain. MONDAY 22 OCTOBER 2018.

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Ship Smarter: How to Avoid Bottlenecks in Your Global Operations

ThroughPut

You can’t just turn around a giant cargo ship. Take the Netherlands, for example. Once cargo has shipped, there are no “backsies.” Everything from custom duties to cargo inspections can create bottlenecks within the supply chain. Ship Smarter: How to Avoid Bottlenecks in Your Global Operations. By Ali Hasan Raza. Published October 25, 2019 in Global Trade Magazine.

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Top 25 3PL warehousing companies in 2020 (by revenue)

6 River Systems

It started in 1969 as DHL Air Cargo, and by the late 1970s, the company had expanded its operations and offered services throughout the world. Revenue: $6 billion (estimate) Headquarters: Hague, Netherlands CEO: Saskia Groen int Woud 18.

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Cyberattacks: The Ever-Present Threat to Transportation Management Software

Road to VR

Ports in the United States, the Netherlands, India and Spain were unable to accept cargo and had to shut down systems after the breach. Cyberattacks a Transportation Management Software Suite Might Face. Transportation companies have a history of defending themselves against physical attacks. The 21 st century presents a new kind of threat that challenges older defense measures. Today, the preferred tool of attack is the cyberattack.

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This Week in Logistics News (December 8-12, 2014)

Talking Logistics

Descartes continues to broaden its footprint in the global trade management space, with two more acquisitions announced this week: e-customs, “a leading provider of electronic security and fiscal customs filing solutions in the UK,” and Pentant, “a leading UK-based Community System Provider (CSP) offering customs connectivity and import/export inventory control solutions for ocean, truck and air cargo.”

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Logistics Hubs as Drivers of Innovation

Supply Chain @ MIT

Countries such as the Netherlands have well developed options for road, rail, and waterway intermodal links. It’s a chicken-and-egg problem; shippers will not provide the cargo until operators guarantee the rail capacity, and vice versa. With the capacity in place, shippers and logistics service providers would be better able to make real-time decisions on the optimum intermodal routes for their cargoes.

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Lessons to Glean From the West Coast Port Dispute

Supply Chain @ MIT

It appears that ports on the US West Coast are back in full swing after a protracted labor dispute delayed cargo worth billions of dollars and caused untold reputational damage to the companies caught in the crossfire. To make matters worse, US ports have fallen behind technologically-advanced cargo handling hubs such as Singapore and Rotterdam in the Netherlands, mainly due to union opposition. Limited options on the West Coast without new thinking?

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This Week in Logistics News (August 13-17, 2018)

Talking Logistics

Here are some excerpts from the press release: 94 organizations are actively involved or have agreed to participate on the TradeLens platform, including more than 20 port and terminal operators across the globe; customs authorities in the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Australia and Peru; and freight forwarders, transportation and logistics companies including Agility, CEVA Logistics, and DAMCO. I’m back from vacation. Well, back physically.

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Top 10 Supply Chain Innovations of 2017

Material Handling & Logistics

GEODIS, a third-party logistics provider (3PL), is using exoskeletons to support and protect employees’ backs at its warehouse in Venlo, the Netherlands. Content Summary: First Self-Sailing Electric Cargo Ship Set to Launch. It’s believed to be the first autonomous and fully electric cargo ship, and it’s estimated that it could save up to 40,000 truck journeys per year.

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How The Coronavirus Epidemic is Throttling Global Supply Chains

Logistics Bureau

Ports in the United States, The Netherlands, Britain, France, and elsewhere have reported a drop in cargo volumes ranging from around 5 percent in January to an estimated 25 percent in February. Containers are piling up in ports, international shipping has been hammered, Western companies are battling to source products from traditional suppliers, and disruptions are being experienced throughout the global supply chain.

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Maersk-IBM blockchain shipping solution makes major strides

EFT

Customs authorities in the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Australia and Peru are participating, along with customs brokers Ransa and Güler & Dinamik. . Participation among beneficial cargo owners (BCOs) has grown to include Torre Blanca / Camposol and Umit Bisiklet. Maersk and IBM have pushed ahead with their blockchain-enabled shipping solution, which was announced on 9 th August under the name of TradeLens.

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This Week in Logistics News (March 6-10, 2017)

Talking Logistics

For example, goods from Schneider Electric were transported on a Maersk Line container vessel from the Port of Rotterdam to the Port of Newark in a pilot with the Customs Administration of the Netherlands under an EU research project. It’s snowing outside. My boys have their first baseball games in two weeks. What’s wrong with this picture?

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This Week in Logistics News (July 2-6, 2018)

Talking Logistics

cargoes, disrupting trade (Reuters). imports through customs…There did not appear to be any direct guidance to hold up cargoes, but some customs departments were waiting until they had received official instructions from the central government on whether to start collecting the hefty new import tariffs on hundreds of products, the sources said.”.

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International SAP Conference for Connected Logistics in Cargo

Manufacturing & Logistics IT

Cook Conferences and SAP have announced the International SAP Conference for Connected Logistics in Cargo taking place on 10-11 October, 2017 in Amsterdam, Netherlands

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This Week in Logistics News (June 26-30, 2017)

Talking Logistics

Several port terminals run by a Maersk division, including in the United States, India, Spain, the Netherlands, were still struggling to revert to normal operations on Thursday after experiencing massive disruptions. South Florida Container Terminal, for example, said dry cargo could not be delivered and no container would be received. Last call for riders and sponsors!

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