U.S. Enforcement of Forced Labor Imports

Forced labor has been a consistent topic in the supply chain world for years. As a result, there is a wealth of information regarding forced labor and

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Stink Bug Season is Here: Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Risk

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Expeditors Expands in Atlanta [VIDEO]

Global supply chains constantly evolve, and Expeditors plans to keep pace in Atlanta by introducing its largest North American office and warehouse space

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Assessing Your Level of Supply Chain Resilience [PODCAST]

Pat St. Laurent, Vice President of the Strategy Group at Expeditors, shares his thoughts on the meaning of resiliency, agility, and the drivers that can

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30 Days Until the Change to UK Customs System

The current United Kingdom Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight (CHIEF) is due to be replaced with the Customs Declaration Service (CDS) system.

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Bill of Lading and Sea Waybill: Pros, Cons, and Everything in Between

There are two primary types of documents that move all ocean cargo: original bills of lading and sea waybills. What are the pros and cons of each? Let's

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Global Healthcare: Keeping the Medicine Moving [PODCAST]

At the onset of the pandemic, it seemed the greatest spotlights were on two major industries: shipping and pharmaceuticals. In today's episode with Global

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