I usually write about logistics and how we can help small- to medium-sized companies improve their international supply chain management, but this week let’s do something different. This week there
Customs procedures are often both the most rigid and the most important to understand in order to ensure a) your goods are able to clear in a reasonable amount of
Managing a supply chain will always require being a bit reactive. It’s not a question of if a problem will arise; it’s a question of predicting when it’s going to happen.