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After much anticipation USCIB announced that Brazil has started accepting ATA Carnets for professional equipment and exhibitions and fairs! This could not come at a better time with the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games being held this year in Rio. ATA Carnets are, simply put, passports for goods as they facilitate temporary entry into over […]
In observance of Independence Day, our offices will close at 3:00PM on Friday, July 1st and will remain closed on Monday, July 4th. We will re-open on Tuesday, July 5th at 8:30AM. From all your friends at Roanoke, we wish you a safe and memorable holiday weekend!
The United Kingdom’s (U.K.) vote last week to leave the European Union (EU) has many industry sectors wondering about the impact of this surprising result, including the global logistics supply chain. Logistics companies said the “Brexit” vote could have a two-pronged impact in the near term, potentially cutting into the movement of goods but also […]
Roanoke’s own Rick Bridges will be attending and speaking at the Claims & Litigation Management Alliance (CLM) Conference in Boston, Massachusetts on Thursday, July 14th. The CLM Boston is a conference that offers sessions in four tracks covering topics related to municipal law, professional liability, transportation and claims/litigation management where participants will learn about the […]
With the Fourth of July holiday weekend upon us, it’s time for manufacturers and logistics-related organizations to beef up their security measures to help prevent the rise in cargo thefts that typically occurs now and during other holidays. That’s because more shipments are left unattended for extended periods of time over a long holiday weekend, […]
As we approach the one-year mark of the massive explosions that took place at Tianjin Port in northern China last August, where 173 people were killed with hundreds more injured and more than 300 buildings destroyed, it’s critical that all those involved in the global supply chain continue to examine their operational practices and risk […]