Expansion in Europe – New Branch in Rotterdam, Netherlands

As 2023 comes to a close, the expansion of the Worldwide Logistics Group network continues in Europe with the opening of Worldwide Logistics Group – Netherlands. The Netherlands office is strategically located in Rotterdam, the busiest container port in Europe handling almost 100 ships a day. The decision to open an office in Rotterdam is … Continued

Worldwide Logistics Group brings NTDS Under Its Umbrella

We are excited to announce that NTDS is being rebranded under the Worldwide Logistics Group family. The two divisions, road and distribution, will be branded as Worldwide Logistics Group Road and Worldwide Logistics Group Distribution. Worldwide Logistics Group was founded 25 years ago and has grown exponentially over two decades. Starting with a focus on … Continued

Supply Chain Impacted by the Israel-Hamas Conflict

Worldwide Logistics is continuing to monitor the ongoing situation in Israel as it may affect its logistics customers and partners. This is how shipments may be affected although this might change at any time until the security situation improves: Air Freight Air freight is significantly impacted with some airlines suspending or cancelling flights until more … Continued

Worldwide Logistics Group Opens First Branch in South America

Worldwide Logistics Group, a global integrated logistics provider, proudly announces the opening of a new branch in Bogota, Colombia. This is the company’s initial branch in South America with plans of future growth in this region. The expansion into South America is part of a long-term plan to increase the company’s global footprint and offer … Continued

Reducing the Impact of Global Events

Inbound Logistics, a leading logistics industry magazine, recently published the article below authored by Worldwide Logistics Group CEO and Chairman, Joe Monaghan.  The global supply chain became even more connected in 2022. The U.S. Commerce Department reported record exports to 73 countries last year, and record imports from 90 nations. But the supply chain remained … Continued

Panama Canal Restricts Crossing Due to Extreme Drought Conditions

Low water levels are forcing the managers of the Panama Canal to limit the number of ships passing through causing shipping delays which began two weeks ago. Since the restrictions were enforced, delays at the canal have averaged about 15 to 19 days per vessel as fully-laden vessels are held back. Affected by what it … Continued

Compliance and Quality Control in Food Warehousing

Perishable foods are traveling through supply chains and a growing rate as changes in agricultural trends and cooking preferences are on shifting. Shippers have to considered a long list of regulatory requirements if they move and store food products.  Joe Monaghan, Chairman/CEO of Worldwide Logistics Group (WWL), discussed this topic in his latest article published … Continued

Canadian West Coast Ports Strike Has Ended

Canadian dockworkers and employers reached a tentative agreement Thursday, ending a 13-day strike that upended two of Canada’s busiest ports and risked worsening inflation. A new four-year deal, which was presented by federal mediators, must now be ratified by both the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and the British Columbia Maritime Employers Association (BCMEA). … Continued

Returns: Minimizing the Impact of Escalating Costs

If your reverse logistics processes and procedures aren’t up to par, your business results are going to suffer. Glenn Hayes, Managing Director of Worldwide Logistics Group UK sat down with Multichannel Merchant to discuss how reverse logistics is closely related to customer service. Multichannel Merchant is an online resource with original research, executive summaries, tech … Continued