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Jonen Shipping, freight forwarding professionals with a keen eye for developments in the shipping industry, are curious as to how – and if – the retail giant’s new patent will be utilised and the consequences if it is.  The Wall Street Journal article states that the “anticipatory shipping” service could see packages being delivered even before customers click “buy.”


Freight Forwarding experts Jonen Shipping, which provides a specialist worldwide shipping service, has joined fellow freight organisations in expressing concern upon hearing of a potential congestion charge hike.  With a daily road freight service to and from Germany – to name just one of our European road freight services – Jonen anticipates being directly affected by the proposed changes.


At the recent Palletline annual awards evening Stephen Sanderson Transport of Market Harborough were presented with the Depot of the Year Award. Stephen Sanderson have performed consistently well over a number of years and beat 69 other transport operators to this prestigious award.


On 2nd January Jonen took delivery of a new MAN TGL 12.180 and a new MAN TGM 18.250. Both vehicles are euro 5 standard and are fitted with 1500 kg payload tail lift platforms. It is intended that they will be utilised in east London working on behalf  of the Palletline network.

A ban on the shipping to Ghana of second-hand refrigerators is coming into force to reduce energy consumption and harm to the environment. The ban was first introduced in 2008; however, it was extended to give traders time to adjust. Ghana is now considered to be a pioneer in West Africa.

Never have the dangers of shipping to Ghana or shipping to Nigeria been more prevalent, with more than 10 incidents of piracy and armed robbery reported in the first quarter of 2012. This is the same number as for the whole of 2011, with a further attack in neighbouring Benin also attributed to Nigerian pirates.



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