National Dockers Union have announced strikes in all Spanish ports during 3 weeks as from week 10 (from 06 to 24 of March). During this time operations will only be performed on alternative hours and days.
Source: TIBA España | Published: May 18, 2017 - 2:31 pm
In recent years, Mexican honey has become a favorite in the European market and has positioned itself as one of the country's most exported products. We'd be happy to tell you more about the basic requirements you'll need to meet in order to export honey to Europe.
TIBA's Contract Logistics solutions will provide logistical expertise at Thermokold's distribution centers for receiving, storing, and managing product inventory imported from Asia and the United States of America.
Mexico's automotive industry has become one of its most dynamic and competitive sectors to generate more than 3% of the country's Gross Domestic Product. At TIBA, we can help you improve your production and/or distribution supply chain. Learn more about our specialized services.
Source: TIBA México | Published: March 9, 2017 - 12:45 am
The automotive industry requires an efficient and effective production system that can help you meet the demand of the international market within the necessary time frame and conditions. We would be happy to share more about how the Kanban System works to optimize the vehicle production supply chain.
Want to learn more about Mexico's aerospace industry? At TIBA, we work frequently with the logistics of shipping aircraft assembly parts. We'd be happy to tell you more about this industry's logistical forecast in Mexico.
TIBA would like to inform you that due to recurrent challenges to make overseas payments this year, the Angolan General Tax Administration (GTA) has issued a notice allowing Angolan Customs to handover containers to importers without presentation of original Bills of Lading (B/L) release from the Carrier.
Source: TIBA España | Published: June 23, 2015 - 8:59 am
Yesterday’s meeting between the Spanish government and the stevedores industry has set the starting point for the future negotiation between the parties. Therefore, and subject to the development of such negotiations, the stevedores unions confirm their intention to not call for any strike in Spanish ports. Discussions will take place on a weekly-basis, where each […]
Source: TIBA España | Published: February 27, 2015 - 1:18 pm