Precision Software News Round-Up: 25 May 2018

Precision Software News Round-Up: 25 May 2018

25.05.2018

Welcome to the Precision Software News Round-Up: 25 May 2018. This week the EU agrees to free trade talks with Australia and New Zealand; GDPR risks Royal Mail’s profitability; and Tesco Direct shuts down, plus in the Precision Report we look at the complicated area of trade compliance for travel companies.

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Trade Compliance for Travel Companies

Trade Compliance For Travel Companies? Areas of Risk You Should Know

23.05.2018

Mention “International Trade Compliance” and the common association will be of controlled goods. What doesn’t come to mind is a global industry that serves millions of persons a day, yet is subject to a host of stringent controls. Here we look at trade compliance for travel companies and the risks of non-compliance.

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Precision Software News Round-Up: 18 May 2018

Precision Software News Round-Up: 18 May 2018

18.05.2018

In the Precision Software News Round-Up: 18 May 2018 we examine how Brexit is impacting UK suppliers, how US firms are dealing with warehouse worker shortfalls, UPS’s new UK hub, DHL’s planned Australian one, and in the Precision Report we look at export compliance and integrated shipping solutions for universities.

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Integrated Shipping Solutions for Universities

Export Compliance is Not Enough: Integrated Shipping Solutions for Universities

16.05.2018

Universities who share research materials and ship samples need export compliance controls. However, compliance alone is not enough. In the latest Precision Report we look at integrated shipping solutions for universities and how they drive efficiencies across research chains and educational institutions.

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Precision Software News Round-Up: 11 May 2018

Precision Software News Round-Up: 11 May 2018

11.05.2018

Welcome to the Precision Software News Round-Up: 11 May 2018. This week we look at the impressive and cute UPS electric trucks, Alibaba expands with the acquisition of Daraz, and Nestlé signs a $7 billion deal with Starbucks. We also look at the necessity of freight bill auditing and report back from Multimodal 2018.

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