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Transport | Logistics
  • November 8 2018 5 tips for staying on top of your workload and managing a team

    What to do when you travel a lot for work.

  • October 5 2017 Online Chinese consumers demand ‘Made in Australia’

    Since its inception in December 2015, the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement has presented potential advantages for Australian businesses, including driving exports. Between 2015 and 2016, more than 25 percent of total Australian exports went to China, earning Australia as much as AU $85.9 billion in revenue[1]. In 2015, the National Bureau of Statistics of China Read More…

  • August 23 2017 Inventory insights: how to stay on top of stock control

    Managing inventory is an essential part of your business, however, it can be a drain on your cash resources. It can also make you lose orders if you don’t get it right, which is why it pays to know where you stand with your stock control. Here is a look at some potential ways to Read More…

  • June 23 2017 Exploring Australia’s vibrant food scene

    Gone are the days where Australia was synonymous with barbecues and the dubious delights of Vegemite, as the nation has a food scene that’s undergone a startling transformation in the past ten years. With a freewheeling approach that takes in the best of global cuisine trends with a flexible take on everything from fine dining Read More…

  • June 22 2017 Long distances, loads and logistics: finding a heavy equipment transport company

    Moving any sort of heavy equipment is a challenge that needs careful planning and the right resources if it is going to be achieved successfully. Here is a look at how to find the right partner to help you achieve your aim and work out a logistical solution that helps you transport your items safely Read More…

  • June 7 2017 On the road: Insurance for mobile businesses

    Mobile businesses are unique.  From taco vans to locksmiths, and dog groomers to plumbers, these businesses gain a competitive edge through their ability to operate from any location. Mobile businesses have needs that are very different from their stationary counterparts. They need different stock, different equipment, and importantly, different insurance.  In this article, we explain Read More…

  • May 3 2017 Modern business management: affordable and simple tech tools you’ll wonder how you ever did without

    One of the best things about today’s technology is connectivity: with the ever-present nature of mobile devices, it’s now easier than ever to stay in touch with those who matter to you. This also extends to business management, where there are many different technologies available to constantly and consistently track orders and know where your Read More…

  • April 12 2017 Keeping the company car running: advice for avoiding repair and maintenance headaches

    With over 900,000 company cars on the roads in the UK alone, it’s clear to see that many businesses have an entire fleet of company cars for their employees as opposed to just a couple. Often provided as part of a benefits package, employees can expect a wide variety of advantages both in their working Read More…

  • February 16 2017 3 ways to reduce the stress of your work commute

    Commuting can be stressful. This twice-daily expedition has a way of ruining people’s moods, with motorists often displaying the highest levels of anxiety. Whether you’re on the road for an hour or 10 minutes, anyone who’s driven to and from work will know that commuting by car is no walk in the park – literally! Read More…

  • February 1 2017 The legalities of a company car

    Investing in a vehicle has many benefits for your business. You can have a company car as a benefit for potential employees. Your current workers can drive an executive car to a meeting with new clients. And, you can deliver your products in a truck or van. There are also important legalities to keep in Read More…

  • January 20 2017 The modern way of moving things: top tips for superior business logistics

     “Behind every great leader there was an even greater logistician” –  James M. Cox Logistics is one of the top priorities and functions within a company and is necessary for managing the global supply chain with its complexity and the fragile nature of its independent yet interconnected parts. Direction and vision are essential for success Read More…

  • December 14 2016 Buy, rent, maintain and repair: farm equipment essentials to save you money and time

    To run a successful farm, you have to find ways to cut costs while still maintaining the quality of your equipment. This can be a tough challenge for many farmers, especially those who run smaller farms without a lot of cash at hand. The good news is that there are several ways you can find Read More…

  • November 14 2016 Warehousing wisdoms: strengthening the link between your supply chain and your CEO

    As a CEO, you’ll have to know a lot about the critical nature in supply chain management and how it affects the bottom line of a company. There are a lot of ways to make it better and increase the connection between CEO duties and supply chain management. Many companies over the past decades have Read More…

  • October 11 2016 What a global shipping crisis means for export and import costs

    If your business relies on shipping goods into or out of the country, the recent upheaval in the container shipping market would have taken its toll. Trying to forecast company profits and losses while shipping costs are so uncertain can make it difficult for any business owner to keep a tight rein on expenditure. Behind Read More…

  • October 6 2016 The future of transport and logistics: unmanned ships in our oceans and harbours

    You know about driverless cars. The technology is well into advanced testing stages, and most technology gurus predict that they will be a feature of life, if not in the next ten years, then certainly before the end of the century. But what about crewless ships? We don’t hear much about them, but designers are Read More…

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