Turkey - Advantages of Shipping.

Publicado por: Tatiana Pereira em 4/7/20 9:30 AM

Turkey is currently the 13th largest supplier in Portugal based on the import of goods in the category of vehicles and tractors, cast iron, steel and cotton.

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Tópicos: International Logistics, Import, Multicargo, Turquia

From CEO home desk - March 24th, 2020

Publicado por: Paulo Ferreira em 3/24/20 9:14 AM

 Dear Team, Clients, Partners and Friends, we are facing an unprecedented socioeconomic situation, we are entering a war with a faceless enemy, but much more dangerous than all those we were prepared to face. We are scared, we are afraid of everything, we are intoxicated by the media, we do not know what is true, what is a lie, but we must believe in something the next few days are fundamental, we must stay at home to prevent the peak of COVID-19 from being very high and the same thing that it is happening in Italy happens to Portugal.
Please leave home only if it is really necessary, for the good of the entire population, for the safe of our grandparents, for the safe of our parents, for our safe.

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Tópicos: Multicargo, COVID-19, Portugal

The value of the Irish market!

Publicado por: Multicargo em 3/2/20 2:00 PM

With over 9 years of experience in the Irish market, Multicargo draws only positive conclusions. Ireland is an export destination increasingly sought after by our customers and a rapidly growing economy.

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Tópicos: multimodal transportation, Logística Internacional, Maritime shipping, International Transportation, Multicargo

INCOTERMS 2020 – What has been changed?

Publicado por: Ricardo Santos em 3/2/20 2:00 PM

On January 1st 2020 the new Incoterms 2020 became effective. The new terms replaced the Inconterms 2010. Despite the 2020 terms are similar to the previous version, the new ones bring important and relevant adaptations on International Trade concerning.

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Tópicos: Multicargo News, Export, Logística Internacional, Incoterms, Maritime shipping, International Transportation, Import, Transports and Logistics


Publicado por: Paulo Ferreira em 2/4/20 9:50 AM

On the 31st of January at 11pm, we signaled the official departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union.
However, until the end of 2020 the parties will continue to negotiate the terms of the UK's operational exit from the European Union. Until December 31st, all goods will be treated in customs terms as until January 31st, with no changes whatsoever. The same applies to people, who can continue travelling in the same way, until 31 December 2020.

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Tópicos: Brexit, UK