Weekly Update – 09.09.2022-
Blank sailings are imposed by shipping lines over the Golden Week. Fuel price hike in Indonesia leads to widespread protests and workers at Liverpool’s port plan to strike.0
Weekly Update – 01.07.2022-
Carriers reduce sea freight capacity from China by further blank sailings. Serious congestion and the recent industrial action leads to shipping lines omitting EU ports.
Weekly Update – 10.12.2021-
Shipments from the Indian Sub-Continent are facing major difficulties due to ongoing severe port congestion. A new Covid-19 outbreak in China threatens supply chains.
Weekly Update – 08.10.2021-
Vessel delays continue for Sea Freight services. The Port of Felixstowe refuses empty containers and UK driver shortages become an even greater concern.
PFE Expands With New Offices To Facilitate Growth-
We are delighted to announce that this week we have opened two new PFE offices in Watford and Liverpool.
Customer Notification – Suez Canal Blockage-
A 400m-long container vessel has run aground blocking the Suez Canal creating tailbacks on the Asia to UK trade lane.
Organising Freight Charter Flights-
There has been a huge growth in cargo flight bookings in 2021. We explain how PFE organises charter flights on behalf of its customers.
From Ships to Ports: The trend has been to go bigger!-
Since it has become clear that large-scale vessels are here to stay, ports have had to face the new challenges and adapt.
Coronavirus Crisis Update: Operations Slowly Resume-
Supply chain operations are now being gradually resumed in China with export freight volumes beginning to return.
IMO2020 – Your Questions Answered-
We answer all your questions about the new IMO2020 regulations that came into effect on the 1st of January.