Supply Chain Update

2022-04-05T19:05:26+01:00April 5th, 2022|

  Following Chinese New Year we saw some easing of the Ocean Freight rates ex Asia to Europe.  This will likely change again following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.  We are not, unfortunately, seeing any improvement in transit times or any lessening of congestions at EU ports.  While here in Ireland we have reached a Covid [...]

September Update – Supply Chain

2022-03-30T17:11:18+01:00October 2nd, 2021|

Supply Chain Following on from our August update, we believe that it is important to continue to brief you on events happening in the Supply Chain World. We are doing this to provide you with relevant information and detail that may help you in forecasting or heading off supply issues as we enter the peak [...]

BREXIT NEWSLETTER NO. 6

2022-03-30T17:11:18+01:00September 9th, 2020|

Free training classes to prepare your business for Brexit Your Local Enterprise Offices are continuing to offer freetraining classes to prepare your business for trading with theUK after 31.12.20. They ask… Are you Importing or Exporting to/from the UK? Do your goods pass through the UK on route to other markets? Will you continue to [...]

BREXIT NEWSLETTER NO. 5

2022-03-30T17:11:18+01:00July 15th, 2020|

BREXIT NEWSLETTER NO. 5 We are where we are however we got here, now we need to figure out where we are going. In 1822, Great Britain withdrew from the “Concert of Europe” (Initially comprising Austria, France, Prussia, Russia and GB) and put herself into what was termed “Splendid Isolation” until 1902.The reasons are summed [...]

Business All Star – Accredited

2022-03-30T17:11:18+01:00March 2nd, 2020|

Business All Star - Accredited Hawthorn Logistics are proud of our recent accrediation to the Business All-Stars national recognition programme . Our partnership - "Today more than ever it's important to stand out in a way that not only gets you in front of your ideal audience but also allows you to illustrate the value you bring [...]

WHAT IS THE IMO 2020 REGULATION?

2022-03-30T17:11:18+01:00November 28th, 2019|

WHAT IS THE IMO 2020 REGULATION? It’s an unavoidable fact that the emissions from cargo ships are having a negative impact on the environment. While ocean freight is one of the most efficient forms of transporting goods, the main type of fuel currently used in ships produces Sulphur Oxides (SOₓ) as a by-product – a [...]

‘Dinosaurs’ land multinational contracts

2022-03-30T17:11:18+01:00June 8th, 2017|

BY PATRICK MURTAGH, The Sunday Business Post, May 21, 2017 A personalised approach to customer service was the key to Hawthorn Logistics surviving the recession, and thriving after it. Terry Allen and Martin Cunningham had a wealth of experience between them when they started the Dublin-based company ten years ago. “We’re both dinosaurs of the industry,” Allen said. “I [...]

Hawthorn Logistics celebrated the 10th Birthday

2022-03-30T17:11:18+01:00April 21st, 2017|

Hawthorn Logistics recently celebrated their Tenth Birthday in Swords with over 30 colleagues past and present. Established in March 2007 Hawthorn Logistics has grown from a team of 4 to 28 with staff members, implants and warehousing teams covering Dublin, Cork, Shannon, Waterford and Dundalk. Hawthorn Logistics is a wholly Irish owned freight forwarder, offering services [...]

Hawthorn Logistics awarded Certified Haulier status by IAA

2022-03-30T17:11:18+01:00May 26th, 2016|

Hawthorn Logistics are pleased to announce that we have been awarded Certified Haulier status by the Irish Aviation Authority of Ireland in May 2016. This follows on from our certification as a fully compliant Authorised Economic Operator (AEO). The certification is under the IAA’s continuing improvement procedures for airfreight security regulation. Hawthorn [...]

New Requirements for Container Weight Verification

2022-03-30T17:11:18+01:00January 29th, 2016|

New Requirements for Container Weight Verification According to a new rule introduced by International Maritime Organisation as of 1 July 2016 a container can be loaded on the ship for export only if it's weight has been verified by shipper. The rule is to be applied globally, but if the container will be [...]

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