From the monthly archives:

August 2011

Abnormal Loads In South Africa

by David on August 17, 2011

In special circumstances, where vehicle or load exceeds the regulated maximum weights and dimensions, the relevant Provincial Administration may issue a permit authorising it to operate for a specified period on a public road. Extensive stipulations governing these vehicles are contained in TRH11, a document which has now been split into the following parts: Dimensional […]

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People Still Buy People First…

by David on August 10, 2011

By Peter Hurst Peter has been involved in the corporate sector having worked for major South African companies in senior roles leading market growth plans into 35 countries from a hands-on perspective. He has run his own business in the UK and South Africa for over 11 years and was contracted to lead UK Trade […]

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Bank survey shows rising oil price is a major concern Worldwide  Rising oil and fuel prices are not just a major concern for UK road hauliers, but for European and Global freight forwarders too, but it hasn’t affected volumes yet, according to one analyst. According to the latest Danske Bank European Freight Forwarding Index for […]

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Green Products and Supply Chain Disruption

by David on August 1, 2011

Almost overnight, deeply entrenched high tech industry experts and the general public alike, were startled by the inclusion of “conflict minerals” being signed into law within the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The six-page legislative provisions signed on July 21, 2010 will have a direct impact on the supply chain, especially consumer […]

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