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Category: Coronavirus

Coronavirus: Global supply chain latest

Since China reported its first death on the 11th January, the Coronavirus pandemic has spread lockdowns and halted economic activity, removing demand for sea, air and road services, which in turn has slashed capacity, in desperate attempts to balance supply…

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PSP joins the Crown Commercial Service

The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) is responsible for managing the procurement of goods and services on behalf of the government, including PPE and medical equipment from China and the US. PSP Worldwide Logistics is an approved suppler (ID C1908) to…

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China tighten PPE export controls

New regulations announced last week by China’s Ministry of Commerce further strengthen the export quality supervision of on-medical use face masks, testing reagents, medical face masks, medical protective suits, ventilators and infrared thermometers, including a blacklist of suppliers which failed…

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Official guidance for importing Chinese PPE and medical devices

Procuring PPE has emerged as one of the main challenges facing the NHS, as it seeks to treat patients with coronavirus and contain its spread. Official guidelines have been published for British businesses seeking to procure and import PPE and…

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PPE Importing medical products

Importing medical products

In these uncertain times, when we need to import medical products, supply chains are more important than ever, which is why our team has been designated essential workers, especially when it comes to protecting NHS and care workers risking their…

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China medical exports

China impose strict medical export controls

Following complaints from disgruntled governments, Chinese manufacturers of coronavirus test kits and related medical supplies have been told they can no longer export their products unless they are already licensed to sell the product in China. The move comes after…

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Coronavirus: The global supply chain @ 30th March

Despite the coronavirus, we continue to uplift cargo across the global supply chain in China and the United States by sea and also air, for the most urgent shipments, though we are seeing a reduction in volumes and the postponement…

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Coronavirus latest and freight still moving

With the World Health Organisation (WHO) declaring that Europe is now the epicentre of the Coronavirus pandemic and the G7 vowing to do ‘whatever is necessary to support the global economy, governments are imposing increasingly tough restrictions on travel to…

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