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                [title] => UK awards £87m no-deal Brexit ferry contracts
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                [content] => Contracts for ro-ro freight capacity with Brittany Ferries, DFDS, P&O and Stena Line to ‘help ensure supply of vital medicines’, can be terminated for £11.5m – ‘considerably less than last time’
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    UK awards £87m no-deal Brexit ferry contracts
    2019 / 10 / 14
    Contracts for ro-ro freight capacity with Brittany Ferries, DFDS, P&O and Stena Line to ‘help ensure supply of vital medicines’, can be terminated for £11.5m – ‘considerably less than last time’
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                [title] => UK road freight Brexit congestion plan ‘Operation Brock’ to ‘go live on 28 October’
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                        [date] => 2019-10-14 13:57:48.000000
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                [content] => Government tries to get Kent roads ready for congestion to and from Dover port and Eurotunnel as it continues to prepare for a ‘no-deal’ departure from the EU on 31 October – despite parliament having legislated to prevent that happening
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    UK road freight Brexit congestion plan ‘Operation Brock’ to ‘go live on 28 October’
    2019 / 10 / 14
    Government tries to get Kent roads ready for congestion to and from Dover port and Eurotunnel as it continues to prepare for a ‘no-deal’ departure from the EU on 31 October – despite parliament having legislated to prevent that happening
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                [title] => European Shippers’ Council and Drewry announce IMO 2020 fuel-cost indexing mechanism
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                        [date] => 2019-10-14 14:05:25.000000
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                [content] => Guide aims to help shippers monitor and control bunker charges as shipping lines switch to the more expensive fuel required under the IMO 2020 low-sulphur regulation
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    European Shippers’ Council and Drewry announce IMO 2020 fuel-cost indexing mechanism
    2019 / 10 / 14
    Guide aims to help shippers monitor and control bunker charges as shipping lines switch to the more expensive fuel required under the IMO 2020 low-sulphur regulation
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                [title] => Post-Brexit UK currency volatility a challenge for freight sector
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                [content] => New report sponsored by the British Ports Association challenges idea that a weak pound will lead to a boost in exports, because many of the materials used in UK manufacturing are imported from the EU and beyond
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    Post-Brexit UK currency volatility a challenge for freight sector
    2019 / 10 / 14
    New report sponsored by the British Ports Association challenges idea that a weak pound will lead to a boost in exports, because many of the materials used in UK manufacturing are imported from the EU and beyond
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                [title] => Virgin and Delta open ‘technology-inspired’ Heathrow export facility 
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                        [date] => 2019-10-11 13:58:07.000000
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                [content] => Dnata City East facility features expanded automated handling and processing capabilities, including a ‘Gatehouse’ concept, meaning drivers arriving no longer need to leave their vehicles to complete documentation processes 
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    Virgin and Delta open ‘technology-inspired’ Heathrow export facility
    2019 / 10 / 11
    Dnata City East facility features expanded automated handling and processing capabilities, including a ‘Gatehouse’ concept, meaning drivers arriving no longer need to leave their vehicles to complete documentation processes
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                [title] => A quarter of Netherlands-UK ro-ro freight not Brexit compliant
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                [content] => Between 25% and 30% of trucks currently heading for Britain via Dutch ports such as Rotterdam do not have the right paperwork to embark on ferries after the UK leaves EU, says Dutch transport and logistics association TLN
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    A quarter of Netherlands-UK ro-ro freight not Brexit compliant
    2019 / 10 / 11
    Between 25% and 30% of trucks currently heading for Britain via Dutch ports such as Rotterdam do not have the right paperwork to embark on ferries after the UK leaves EU, says Dutch transport and logistics association TLN
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                [title] => Hopes of Brexit deal revive 
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                [content] => UK and Republic of Ireland can ‘see a pathway to a possible deal’ following positive discussions yesterday, thought to involve Northern Ireland customs rules shadowing those of the EU, while remaining part of a wider UK customs union
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    Hopes of Brexit deal revive
    2019 / 10 / 11
    UK and Republic of Ireland can ‘see a pathway to a possible deal’ following positive discussions yesterday, thought to involve Northern Ireland customs rules shadowing those of the EU, while remaining part of a wider UK customs union
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                [title] => Shippers eye lower contract rates
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                [content] => Spot and contract container freight rates have been falling this year. Shippers are advised to use this low base for fixing contracts before bunker surcharges rise next year
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    Shippers eye lower contract rates
    2019 / 10 / 11
    Spot and contract container freight rates have been falling this year. Shippers are advised to use this low base for fixing contracts before bunker surcharges rise next year
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                [content] => Transit traffic grew by 11.1%, year on year, for the first eight months to 314,000 TEUs, with investment expected to boost it to 2 million TEU annually by 2024
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    Russia’s RZD expects record intermodal cargo this year
    2019 / 10 / 10
    Transit traffic grew by 11.1%, year on year, for the first eight months to 314,000 TEUs, with investment expected to boost it to 2 million TEU annually by 2024
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                [title] => CEVA Logistics inaugurates ‘Chill Hub’ at London Gateway
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                [content] => CEO says the state-of-the-art cold chain facility, with direct port access and ‘best-in-class warehouse management systems’ is ‘a powerful demonstration of the synergies between CEVA Logistics and CMA CGM’
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    CEVA Logistics inaugurates ‘Chill Hub’ at London Gateway
    2019 / 10 / 10
    CEO says the state-of-the-art cold chain facility, with direct port access and ‘best-in-class warehouse management systems’ is ‘a powerful demonstration of the synergies between CEVA Logistics and CMA CGM’
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                [title] => Holyhead ‘absolutely not’ ready for a no-deal Brexit
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                [content] => UK-Ireland road freight specialist says UK’s second-biggest ro-ro port lacks the infrastructure needed to avoid a backlog of lorries, although Stena Line Ports says it has ‘taken all prudent steps’ to prepare
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    Holyhead ‘absolutely not’ ready for a no-deal Brexit
    2019 / 10 / 10
    UK-Ireland road freight specialist says UK’s second-biggest ro-ro port lacks the infrastructure needed to avoid a backlog of lorries, although Stena Line Ports says it has ‘taken all prudent steps’ to prepare
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                [title] => ‘Black swan’ event on transpacific as ocean freight peak season fails to happen
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                [content] => As supply continues to outstrip demand and spot rates trend below fixed contract rate levels, Flexport director attributes flat demand to front-loading earlier in the season leading to higher inventory levels as well as less demand in the market – and some US sourcing shifting to southeast Asia
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    ‘Black swan’ event on transpacific as ocean freight peak season fails to happen
    2019 / 10 / 10
    As supply continues to outstrip demand and spot rates trend below fixed contract rate levels, Flexport director attributes flat demand to front-loading earlier in the season leading to higher inventory levels as well as less demand in the market – and some US sourcing shifting to southeast Asia
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