Friday, July 1, 2022

Logistics


Fonterra grappling with delays in China

Fonterra grappling with delays in China

ByBusinessDeskApr 29, 2022
Shanghai is home to more than 25 million people and houses the world’s largest port. The city has been locked down for more than a month and there is growing concern China’s capital Beijing may follow suit. The latest round…

Supply chain logistics disruptions continue

ByNeal WallaceApr 28, 2022
New Zealand Council of Cargo Owners chair Simon Beale said access to containers is tightening as they become stranded in Russia or are unable to be delivered because of sanctions.…

Cloud putting links into food chain

ByRichard RennieApr 21, 2022
With the enormous data flows agriculture and farming operations generate, a move to cloud computing services has meant startups and corporates alike have been able to focus more closely on…

Summit explores future freight options

ByAnnette ScottApr 21, 2022
With seaports at Timaru and Lyttleton, pictured, there are opportunities to further explore coastal shipping of domestic bulk and containerised freight. Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Mick StephensonSouth Island freight movement is under…


Kotahi finds bright spot in freight pile up

Kotahi finds bright spot in freight pile up

ByRichard RennieApr 20, 2022
The Kotahi report points out that despite the improvement in vessel waiting times, at any given time about 12% of…
Covid and supply chain issues slow processing

Covid and supply chain issues slow processing

ByNeal WallaceApr 19, 2022
Silver Fern Farms chief supply chain officer Dan Boulton says priority is being given to farmers facing dry conditions with…
Supply chain remains problematic

Supply chain remains problematic

ByAnnette ScottMar 4, 2022
Silver Fern Farms general manager supply chain Dan Bouton says processors will pull all stops to avoid disruption pressures from…
Shipping delays to stick around for 2022

Shipping delays to stick around for 2022

ByNeal WallaceFeb 24, 2022
Kotahi chief executive David Ross says demand for dairy, meat and horticulture exports for the first half of 2022 will…
Speed limit cuts will drive up prices

Speed limit cuts will drive up prices

ByColin WilliscroftFeb 11, 2022
Feds transport spokesperson Karen Williams would like to see an integrated approach to reducing the road toll, not just reducing…
Meat industry planning for Omicron

Meat industry planning for Omicron

ByNeal WallaceJan 25, 2022
Absenteeism rates of 30-40% has impacted workforces overseas where the virus is in the community, which SFF chief executive Simon…
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