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Update European transport market situation

At this moment we are experiencing an overheated European transport market. Volumes and quantities have reached a level which is considerably higher than the last 12 months – even before COVID-19.

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World trade turned upside down? Warehousing as a stabilizing factor

How can you ensure that stocks are kept up to date in order to be able to remain serving the market? And how to remain able to react agile on these types of events, on a continuous basis? To a large extent, these potential stock depletion issues can be tackled by utilizing the capabilities of warehousing facilities in an optimum manner.

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Preferential rate of duty possible for trading between the EU and the UK

Anyone who transports goods between the European Union and the United Kingdom may be able to claim a preferential rate of duty. In this article you can read how you can be free of Customs Duty.

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More time for customer service thanks to new automation drive

We continually develop our processes. Our new application leaves more time for customer service. Curious? Read more!

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Brazilian manufacturer chooses De Rijke Logistics to serve the European market

De Rijke Logistics offers supply chain solution to reduce delivery time for a Brazilian manufacturer. Read how De Rijke Logistics managed this in the case.

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Brexit: the consequences for transport and logistics

On January 31st 2020, the United Kingdom left the European Union. Until 2021, there won’t be any obvious changes. After this date though, many regulations will change for transportation and logistics between Europe and the United Kingdom.