The Norsk Global group started in 1993 with its sights firmly fixed on providing a sound European wholesale parcel delivery service, and since then has branched out into specialist divisions including Dangerous Goods, Supply Chain, Cargo and the core business, which has now become a Worldwide Wholesale Parcel Delivery Solutions Provider.
You may have read in the news that many UK business leaders gave a qualified welcome to the draft agreement published today by Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, which includes measures intended to increase economic competitiveness, and protections for Britain from further political integration.
Charles Farris Ltd, the Wiltshire Chandlery, which holds two royal warrants and has been making candles in England since 1845, has carried off the top prize in the inaugural government-backed Open to Export Action Plan Competition.
The largest change to UK and European Customs procedures in the last 20 years is due to take place on 1st May 2016, with the introduction of the Union Customs Code (UCC). In the first of a series of articles, the Institute of Export’s director for special projects, Mike Josypenko, looks at some of the issues which are in the offing for UK traders.
The latest British Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Economic Survey, published yesterday, does not make happy reading for a UK export sector the government hopes will help rebalance the economy away from service industries.
Ticking the right boxes: the IOE’s new range of export qualifications. Photography by Glen Lowe Photoworks
If you want to boost your exporting career, the IOE – the UK’s only professional body providing recognised, formal qualifications in International Trade – offers a series of professionally enhancing educational courses, which start in January 2016 or have rolling entry.