Terminal Operations Report

During this unprecedented time dealing with extreme conditions at ports, Worldwide Logistics Group continues to keep customers informed. Here is an update on conditions at North American terminals. Please contact us if you need more information. LAX/LGB Terminal: 35 ships are at anchor awaiting berths as of last Friday, February 12; two less than from … Continued

Worldwide Logistics UK Operational Despite England Lockdown

Faced with mounting cases of the new variant of the Coronavirus, England has now entered another national lockdown. As key workers, Worldwide Logistics Group’s UK location will remain open, but with tight restrictions. All new safety measures are in place until at least the middle of February. The UK office has been following similar safety precautions … Continued

WWL-UK Covid-19 Update: Disruptions and Delays

While the current developments in the evolution of the pandemic have caused everyone in the UK more heartache and disturbance, Worldwide Logistics Group UK (WWL-UK) is working hard to satisfy customers’ needs. Due to Covid-19, Brexit and container shortages, we have the following issues: Labour force inside our warehouse has been reduced to a minimum … Continued

Are you prepared for BREXIT?

If you import or export from the UK, you NEED to prepare for Brexit! You will need to prepare customs clearances on all import and export shipments and therefore you will need to have all documents in our possession before loading. This will give some extra time during the working day to check and advice … Continued

Container Shortage and Vessel Delays Persist from China Ports

Two typhoons in early September coupled with increased demand have caused container shortages and vessel delays of up to four days at main China load ports of Qingdao, Shanghai and Ningbo. Recently the Chinese government has been engaged in military exercises along the coast which place restrictions on commercial vessels causing further delays of up … Continued