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  • March 2009 - Newsletter
    importantly it includes a number of legislative proposals to streamline customs procedures And it calls for measures in the future to reduce the paperwork for goods that stop at non EU countries en route from one European port to another Alongside the plan the commission published a policy paper setting out goals for the industry over the next 10 years It explores the main challenges in sea transport and contains measures to help the industry through the economic slump Taking advantage of the boom in world trade the European shipping sector has grown considerably in recent years with companies investing heavily to renew and expand their fleets But the industry faces many challenges including fierce competition from companies that operate under lower safety and environmental standards Volatile energy markets and the growing threat of piracy are also hurdles Unlike road and rail transport shipping from one EU country to another is considered international trade because a country s territorial waters only extend 22 kilometres from shore Beyond that distance a ship enters international waters Back To Top Ace Express group lands coveted award Independently owned freight company Ace Express Group has successfully won the inaugural Deloitte Best Managed Companies Gala Awards Speaking about the award Group Managing Director Philip Tracey said This is true recognition to the board of directors and the management team at Ace Express for all the hard work over our 20 years of business The nature of our business and the industry we are in means we can be exposed to all the peaks and troughs of Irish and European business He added If one line of industry is prospering we have opportunities to prosper too if another sector is suffering then we have to up our game to work with our customer to weather the storm they are in we have had to remain sharp to see problems when they approach and to maximise opportunities when they come along Back To Top Sea Cargo Services Wins Highly Commended Service at the SFA Awards An Taoiseach Brian Cowen presents the award to Graham Parker Sea Cargo Services Sea Cargo Services has won the highly commended Award in the Service Section of the National SFA Awards presented recently by the Taoiseach Mr Brian Cowen at the Mansion House Back To Top Woodland expanding in Ireland The Woodland Group has entered into a strategic partnership with TCB a logistics provider from Belfast as it seeks to expand its operations on both sides of the Irish border Woodland Global Network part of the UK based Woodland Group has teamed up with TCB which will be responsible for marketing the group s full portfolio of logistics solutions from its base in Northern Ireland with a particular focus on sea and airfreight services to and from the Far East the Pacific Basin and the US www woodlandglobal com Back To Top Norfolkline introduce Maersk Exporter to Irish Sea Heysham service Norfolkline is very pleased to announce the arrival of the Maersk

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  • April 2009 - Newsletter
    Holland will plead guilty serve jail time and pay a fine in connection with a price fixing conspiracy for international air cargo shipments the U S Department of Justice said Franciscus Johannes de Jong former vice president of cargo sales in Europe for Martinair will serve eight months and pay 20 000 in a criminal fine under a plea agreement subject to court approval DOJ said That makes four executives and 15 airlines that have pled guilty or agreed to penalties in the ongoing probe of conspiracy to fix prices in air shipments Fines have topped 1 6 billion and three persons have already been sentenced to jail time In a charge filed in court against de Jong in U S District Court for the District of Columbia DOJ said he and other conspirators held meetings and engaged in other communications to set prices on cargo in a period from April 2002 to at least February 2006 By fixing prices for the shipment of products to and from the United States this cartel targeted a critical piece of our country s economy said Scott D Hammond deputy assistant attorney general in charge of the Antitrust Division s Criminal Enforcement Program The department said its investigation continues into this cargo pricing conspiracy which included coordinating fuel surcharges on international air cargo hauls Back To Top ADVERTISEMENT Number of illegal immigrants to the UK increasing every year Irish hauliers who use the UK as a gateway to from mainland Europe have been warned that the incidence of illegal immigrants trying to reach the UK is on the increase The number of illegal immigrants caught trying to enter the UK by hiding in HGVs moving through the French ports toped 28 000 last year figures released by the UK Border Agency UKBA confirm This figure was up from 17 000 attempts in 2007 and 16 000 in 2006 and the figure for 2009 could be much higher according to the UKBA The UKBA has also raised concerns over the increasingly dangerous methods people are willing to use and said it would seek government support from both sides of the Channel to tighten security Back To Top APL Feeder Service MV Achiever has been replaced by MV Ice Runner 700teu It will continue on the same schedule as before Cork Sunday Dublin Monday Rotterdam Wed and Thursday And back to Cork for work am Sunday Back To Top Transport Companies called on to enter Sustainable Energy Awards 2009 Sustainable Energy Ireland SEI has commenced its annual search for Ireland s most energy efficient businesses with the launch of the Sustainable Energy Awards 2009 This year SEI is hoping to see an increase in the number of transport companies entering the awards The Awards organized by SEI in association with ESB Customer Supply recognize the achievements of Irish businesses succeeding in their efforts to cut energy costs and improve environmental performance Entrants to the 2008 Awards demonstrated energy savings of over 17m with projects typically

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  • November 2009 - IIFA Newsletter
    and appeal process According to Customs C TPAT members may be suspended or removed from the program for several reasons to include but not limited to the following narcotics seizures or other security related incidents such as human smuggling attempts failed validations non response to required information or an overall lack of commitment to the program Once an incident occurs C TPAT determines the appropriate next steps on a case by case basis To avoid suspension or removal from the program C TPAT members must ensure they are in full compliance with the minimum security criteria and be cognizant of and responsive to mandated timeframes For C TPAT s minimum security criteria visit http www cbp gov xp cgov trade cargo security ctpat Relevant to North America and General Trade I d like to see more articles like this one in the future Back To Top AIR Waybills can still be used All members engaged in air cargo activities are advised that IATA has confirmed see below that existing stocks of air waybills can be used after 1st January 2010 notwithstanding the changes in the liability from 17 SDRs to 10 SDRs in the case of the Montreal Convention 1999 The gist of IATA s statement is that irrespective of the limits shown on the reverse of an air waybill the carriage of the goods in question is ultimately subject to the liability limits set in International Convention The advice from IATA is as follows Please note that IATA members are to continue using the currently effective Air Waybill Conditions of Contract Cargo Services Resolution 600b until they have been revised voted for at Conference and approved by government authorities even if such approval does not come until after 1 January 2010 Use of existing air waybill stock after 1 January 2010 would not preclude courts from applying the revised limits 19 SDRs because subparagraphs 2 2 1 and 2 2 2 of CSC Resolution 600b subject the carriage to International Conventions applicable laws government regulations and Carrier s conditions of carriage Back To Top Kuehne Nagel Keeps Kearney Place Kuehne Nagel has retained its place on the latest A T Kearney Top 25 Global Champions survey In 23rd place it is the only logistics company on the list The 25 Champions were picked from the world s 2 500 largest companies operating internationally The winners outperformed their peers during the five years that ended with the financial crisis last year with nearly 15 percent annual growth between 2004 and 2008 In the same period the average for the entire sample was an eight percent loss To identify the Top 25 A T Kearney considered companies with 2008 sales greater than 10 billion and at least 25 percent of sales derived from outside their home region In addition to having positive value growth the companies on the list also had above average median sales growth A T Kearney Global Champions 2009 1 Nintendo Japan 2 Google United States 3 Apple

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  • July 2009 - IIFA Newsletter
    members were also concerned that the extreme complication of these rules could lead to a number of local or regional interpretations which is possible according to the terms laid out in the convention This would certainly not lead to harmonisation or simplification Back To Top U S Europe seek WTO Help In parallel moves the U S and the EU announced that they are taking a harder line on China s attempts to restrain exports of key materials U S Trade Representative Ron Kirk announced Tuesday that the United States is initiating formal dispute settlement consultations at the World Trade Organization on China s export restraints on several important raw materials including bauxite coke fluorspar magnesium manganese silicon metal silicon carbide yellow phosphorus and zinc Kirk said his agency is very concerned that China appears to be restricting the exports of these materials at the expense of U S industries that need these materials and their workers This appears to be occurring despite strong WTO rules designed to discipline export restraints In Brussels the European Union requested formal WTO consultations with China on about ten industrial raw materials If consultations fail to resolve either of these disputes the next step in each case would be for the U S or the EU to request a WTO panel to hear the complaint Kirk said that China s measures appear to be part of a troubling industrial policy aimed at providing substantial competitive advantages for the Chinese industries using these inputs in the production of numerous downstream products in the steel aluminum and chemical sectors China is a major producer of these raw materials These export restrictions by China skew the playing field against American workers and businesses They unfairly advantage Chinese producers Under WTO rules such distortion of the playing field on trade is simply not allowed Kirk added in his 2009 trade policy agenda President Obama promised Americans that his administration including USTR would stand up for the rights of American workers and businesses in the rules based global trading system We believe that on a level playing field American workers and businesses can compete and win anywhere in the world China s policies on these raw materials seem to put a giant thumb on the scale in favor of Chinese producers For her part EU Trade Commissioner Catherine Ashton said The Chinese restrictions on raw materials distort competition and increase global prices making things even more difficult for our companies in this economic downturn Back To Top China Defends Export Policies Restraints on exports designed to protect environment says government China s ministry of commerce defended its export policies against United States and European Union charges that its restraints on exports are violating World Trade Organization rules The ministry said in a statement that its policies on the contrary were designed to protect the environment and natural resources and are in keeping with WTO rules If the complaints by the U S and EU are not resolved within the next 60 days the U S and EU can formally request a WTO hearing a process that can take up to a year If the WTO then finds against China and China still refuses to lift its export restrictions the U S and EU would be given permission to impose economic sanctions on China Back To Top World IATA CASS forwarder rankings 2007 WORLD IATA CASS forwarder rankings 2007 Courtesy of Air Cargo News of June 26th 2008 Position Company Revenue US m 1 DHL 1 915 7 2 Nippon Express 1 017 3 3 Kuehne Nagel 763 3 4 Schenker 600 1 5 Yusen Air Sea 590 4 6 Kintetsu World Exp 576 1 7 Panalpina 524 7 8 Expeditors 468 0 9 Bax Global 439 1 10 Exel 434 0 11 UPS 421 8 12 EGL 414 0 13 SDV 314 4 14 UTi 262 5 15 Beijing Kang Jie Kong 244 0 16 Hankyu International 223 2 17 TNT 219 3 18 Nishi Nippon Railroad 206 8 19 Hellmann Worldwide 204 9 20 Agility 197 6 Back To Top RFID Sales Projected Growing 5 Percent Worldwide RFID sales will increase 5 percent in 2009 to 5 56 billion despite the global economic downturn according to a forecast by ID TechEx an international market research and consulting firm The firm said sales of RFID tags readers and software services for RFID cards labels and other products and services are growing even amid the widespread reduction in inventory and shipping The report said many segments of the industry are growing at an annual rate of more than 10 percent Retailers will use about 225 million RFID tags on pallets and cases in response to mandates by major retailers such as Wal Mart mostly in the U S Despite widespread criticism of the way Wal Mart managed its mandate the report forecasts a further take off in retail use of RFID outside formal mandates by retailers For example Marks Spencer and American Apparel will use 200 million RFID tags on apparel during 2009 An additional 350 million tags will be used in the form of transit tickets such as on toll roads Overall 2 35 billion RFID tags will be sold in 2009 compared with 1 97 billion in 2008 A growing number of local governments including some in China Australia and New Zealand have made it mandatory to use RFID systems to track animals such as pigs cattle and sheep For example New Zealand by law requires all dogs to be tagged with RFID Australia requires 35 million head of cattle to be tracked The report forecasts 105 million tags in this sector in 2009 Back To Top Geodis receives Tapa Certification in Dublin Following an audit conducted by the independent organisation Lloyd s Register Quality Assurance LRQA Geodis Logistics Dublin site has received level A certification from the Technology Asset Protection Association Tapa The audit made sure that all operational processes in Geodis Dublin site adhered to secure

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  • December 2009 - IIFA Newsletter
    daily groupage services to a large part of Mainland Europe to include but not limited to the Benelux countries Germany Luxemburg France and as far afield as Romania and Turkey To give an idea of the scale that Essers work at they currently dispatch two complete trains each containing in the region of one hundred trailers to Romania every week www aceexpressgroup com Back To Top BA pleads guilty to fixing surcharge prices in Canada British Airways BA has pleaded guilty to taking part in an airfreight cartel in Canada The carrier has now been fined CAD 4 5 million USD 4 1 million BA admitted to fixing surcharges on the sale and supply of international air cargo exported on certain routes from Canada between April 2002 and February 2006 The Canadian anti trust authorities said that BA had fully cooperated with the investigation BA s fine brings the total fines levied by the Canadian air cargo inquiry to more than CAD 14 6 million USD 13 5 million Previously Air France KLM Martinair and Qantas had all pleaded guilty to fixing air cargo surcharges for shipments on certain routes from Canada The bureau s investigation into the alleged conduct of other air cargo carriers continues www ba com Back To Top Australia widens cartel investigation Air Cargo News reports that Australias competition regulator the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission ACCC will widen its net and attempt to prosecute even more airlines for their alleged part in airfreight cartel behaviour The latest airline the 11th to be targeted is Thai Airways The ACCC says that at a federal hearing on 26 November it will allege that the airline fixed airfreight fuel and security surcharges between 2001 and 2006 The ACCC has so far managed to bring successful prosecutions against six airlines netting it a generous A 41 million US 37 1 million in paid fines It also has ongoing cases against Cathay Pacific Emirates Airline Garuda and Singapore Airlines The commission s barrister Cameron Moore said that the ACCC will begin more proceedings in the very near future against other airlines although other than Thai the other airlines have not yet been revealed Back To Top Kuehne Nagel first to be awarded GDP Passport Kuehne Nagel is the first company to receive the Good Distribution Practice Passport from Life Sciences Ireland an industry grouping within the Irish Exporters Association The voluntary code of Good Distribution Practice GDP for Life Science Products pharmaceuticals chemicals diagnostics medical devices and biotechnology was launched by the Irish Exporters Association IEA on October 23 2009 in Dublin It is the culmination of two years of development work between the IEA Irish life sciences manufacturers the Irish Medicines Board IMB and logistics companies providing services to the sector The GDP standard recognizes an increased need for further compliance and regulatory requirements in the international supply chain logistics companies that comply with a set of defined criteria may be awarded the Life Sciences Ireland GDP Passport Kuehne

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  • October 2008 Newsletter
    AG together with its Global Partner DB Schenker last Wednesday despatched the first paperless airfreight shipment from the German market Right on time at 17 55 hrs local time the item of freight on board Lufthansa Passage s flight LH712 left Frankfurt heading for the South Korean capital of Seoul As a result the first e freight transport started a month earlier than originally planned After the successful maiden flight which was prepared in close cooperation with the German authorities and customs the use of e freight is planned to be gradually increased on the route between Germany and Korea Furthermore in the next few months Lufthansa Cargo wants to extend e freight to further German stations and markets in Asia like Singapore and Hong Kong The IATA e freight project was initiated in 2004 within the framework of the Association s Simplifying the Business programme and represents a large step in the direction of process simplification for the airfreight industry Back To Top Up to 35 days Wait at the Russian Border The President of Turkey s freight forwarding association told the FIATA 2008 Congress in Vancouver last week of Turkish trucking companies being forced to wait up to 35 days at the Russian border Mr Kostas Sandalcidis described how Russian customs officials had refused to accept TIR carnets of Turkish companies trying to enter Russia through Georgia Ukraine and Belarus making drivers wait for between 30 and 35 days In one case involving a full truckload of tomatoes Russian officials insisted on counting the tomatoes one by one He concluded with the news that the situation has recently been improved after the involvement of Turkey s prime minister with Russian authorities Back To Top IWT Change of Address On 29th of September IWT have moved to their new Warehouse and Offices at Unit 1 A Damastown Way Damastown Dublin 15 Tel 00 353 1 880 1800 Fax 00 353 1 880 1804 Back To Top Major Change in Law for Retail and Industrial Property Since Sunday 20th of July last one the most far reaching changes to commercial landlord and tenant law in the last 15 years came into force From that date all commercial tenants can opt out of their statutory entitlement to renew their leases Section 47 of the Civil Law Miscellaneous Provisions Act 2008 extends the opt out contracting out provision to all tenants of business premises provided the tenant has obtained independent legal advice and signed a deed of renunciation Before this new law the only means of preventing renewal rights accruing for retail and industrial tenants was to ensure that a tenancy was for less than five years duration Back To Top Advertisement RFID Radio Frequency Identification training programmes in Ireland Hi Tech Associates a leading training provider offering a broad range of state of the art educational courses and services have announced a range of RFID training courses all supported by the FAS One Step Up initiative Radio Frequency Identification or RFID

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  • November 2008 - Newsletter
    United Kingdom Company Name Spend million 1 DHL 92 26 2 Schenker 25 23 3 Kuehne Nagel 22 06 4 Air Menzies Int l 16 23 5 Agility 14 37 6 Nippon Express 13 51 7 EGL Eagle Global 11 19 8 UPS SCS 10 13 9 Panalpina 9 95 10 Expeditors International 9 80 Back To Top Two New Services to from Rosslare Louis Dreyfus Lines The new LD Lines route between the leading French port of Le Havre and the Southern Irish port of Rosslare kicks off on Sunday 9th of November 2008 Every weekend LD Lines make a round trip between the ports of Le Havre Friday and Rosslare Saturday With a service speed of 24 knots the new ferry makes the crossing between France and Ireland in just 20 hours The LD Lines ferry carries up to 800 passengers with 110 cabins and the award winning LD Sleeper Seats and reclining seats LD Lines ferries are fully equipped with modern onboard facilities and are maintained to high standards ensuring passengers have the level of comfort and safety they expect from their Ferry service to France Ferry gets in on Sunday evening just as the motorways are open for trucks Cobelfret Cobelfret introduced a weekly service between Zeebrugge and Rotterdam to Rosslare on Friday 17th of October last This service offers hauliers even more options for transporting goods between Ireland and mainland Europe expanding markets and opportunities for Irish business Schedule for New Service Departure Time Arrival Time Zeebrugee Rosslare Friday 04h00 Sunday 10h00 Rotterdam Rosslare Friday 22h00 Sunday 10h00 Rosslare Rotterdam Sunday 16h00 Tuesday 07h00 Back To Top Customs Commission publishes the 2009 version of the Combined Nomenclature The European Commission has published the latest version of the Combined Nomenclature CN applicable from 1 January 2009 The Combined Nomenclature forms the basis for the declaration of goods a at importation or exportation or b when subject to intra Community trade statistics This determines which rate of customs duty applies and how the goods are treated for statistical purposes The CN is thus a vital working tool for business and the Member States customs administrations The Combined Nomenclature was established by Council Regulation EEC No 2658 87 on the tariff and statistical nomenclature and on the Common Customs Tariff It is updated every year and is published as a Commission Regulation in the Official Journal of the European Union L Series The latest version is now available as Commission Regulation EC No 1031 2008 in EU Official Journal L 291 of 31 October 2008 This version applies from 1 January 2009 Back To Top NOL CEO says highly qualified employees needed Ron Widdows the chief executive of Neptune Orient Lines NOL which includes container shipping line APL has warned of difficult times ahead for the container shipping industry Speaking at a graduation ceremony at Erasmus University in Rotterdam Widdows advised graduates that the global container shipping industry is facing a turbulent period of collapsing profitability with the

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  • September 2008 Newsletter
    reaches 100 With four new memberships registered at its most recent Council meeting the total number of Full Trading Members currently registered is now 100 The newest members are Curtis and Lees Walker Logistics Genesis Forwarding and International Maritime Agencies Back to Top Council Membership Vacancies President Finbarr Cleary at the IIFA Council meeting on 26th August asked that members be advised that there are currently vacancies for two council members Membership of Council is for nominations from Full Trading Members only With exciting developments in prospect over the next few years for the association new Council members will be able to contribute in a very important way to the development and influence of the forwarding industry in Ireland The number of Council members is 11 Current Council Members are Finbarr Cleary Celtic Forwarding President Paddy Kenny Schenker Treasurer Richard Clery Irish Shipping and Transport Hon Secretary Vincent Brennan Phoenix John O Hanrahan DHL Brett Gourlie TDG Simon Tobin Redhead Int Philip Kane Geodis Terry Allen Hawthorn Logistics For details contact any of the above or Colm Walsh CEO IIFA Email iifa eircom net Phone 01 845 54 11 Back to top Items of Interest A light at the end of the Tunnel FROM THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE ONLINE 3 9 2008 Many observers of the international movement of trade will be very relieved to read the following Customs and Border Protection just announced it has cancelled a pilot project for the Secure Freight Iniatitive in Singapore According to a report in the Journal of Commerce Sept 3rd 2008 Customs will concentrate its resources on high risk trade corridors instead of 100 percent scanning The US and Singapore will explore alternative approaches toward enhancing container and trade security through risk management and a total supply chain security approach Both nations are also working toward mutual recognition and voluntary shipper security programmes such as the Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism CTPAT and the Authorized Economic Operator AEO programme in Singapore Singapore was chosen originally as a location to test 100 percent scanning at a high volume port but officials there balked because moving trans shipments through scanning equipment could impede the flow of cargo Back to Top Tank Leak Kills Three FROM WORLD CARGO NEWS JUNE 2008 A leak of refrigerated argon gas from a cryogenic tank container killed three people onboard a coastal container ship berthed at Port Everglades on 20th of May 2008 The victims all employees of Florida Transportation Services FTS died from chemical asphyxia due to the displacement of ambient oxygen by argon gas During the early hours of the morning some crew members reported dizziness whilst working in the lower hold and an FTS supervisor went to investigate When the dock captain later spotted him lying on the floor of the hold he ordered the ship to be evacuated Two other FTS personnel went to rescue the supervisor and all three men were later found unconscious at the bottom of the hold by rescue workers wearing breathing appartus On being pulled clear of the ship the three men were pronounced dead When the suspect container was lifted clear of the ship it was found to have a leaking valve through which argon vapour had escaped Local state and US federal authorities are investigating the exact cause of the leak Argon is a colourless tasteless odourless non flammable and non toxic gas A primary hazard presented by argon is the possibility of asphyxia in its gaseous form due to the displacement of oxygen as highlighted in this incident Because argon in its gaseous form is heavier than air people handling argon containers are advised to place them only in well ventilated spaces The Intermodal Maritime Dangerous Goods IMDG Code permits the shipboard stowage of argon containers both ondeck and provided they are well ventilated in underdeck spaces For more information on handling hazardous gas log on to www imo org Back to top How to Check AEO Status It is now possible to perform a simple check on whether a company is an Authorised Economic Operator Click on the less than succinct link below you might want to bookmark it and follow the three genuinely simple instructions http ec europa eu taxation customs dds cgi bin aeoaeoquery Lang EN Back to top Schenker Ireland Ltd Assist Irish Paralympic Cyclists to Reach Beijing Start Line FROM PRESS RELEASE RECEIVED 3 9 08 Cyclists head off to Beijing with new kit safely arrived Schenker Ireland Ltd has assisted Cycling Ireland s Paralympic cycling team in collecting delivering and onwarding their brand new equipment for the Beijing Games The four bike strong Irish team which departed for China on August 23 rd will be racing in the 1km time trial 3km 4km pursuit track competitions time trials and road races so it was essential that their new tandem bicycles and spares arrived from the USA in time for training before they departed At the recent 2008 World Cup in Manchester they won a bronze medal in the 3km pursuit Tandem supplier Co Motion makes the tandems to order in Eugene Oregon USA and Schenker Ireland brought the frames and parts in from America in order that the training could start in earnest The squad trains on the roads around north County Dublin and has to travel to Manchester and further a field for indoor training as Ireland does not have an indoor velodrome The team has been training hard thanks to Schenker and the prompt arrival of the cycles in Ireland everything has been going exactly to plan We would be delighted with top ten places in Beijing says Irish Paralympic Cycling Manager Denis Toomey Adds Schenker Ireland s Business Development and Marketing Director Shane O Shaughnessy It s great to be able to assist such a worthy cause Paralympic cycling has really taken off as a sport and it s important that the Irish competitors should be able to compete right up there with the rest of the best

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