January 12, 2024

Logistics Hubs Session at the 2024 Fruit Logistica Berlin

In the rapidly evolving landscape of global trade, the pursuit of cargo claims has emerged as a persistent challenge for exporters. To shed light on this critical issue, Recoupex Founder […]
December 15, 2023

The 2024 Container Shipping Risks. Transit Delays and Disruptions

2023 is about to wrap up. The challenges in the supply chain have subsided, yet exporters and importers face ongoing concerns as they prepare for 2024. Financial strain on container […]
October 13, 2023

Fruit Export Trends for 2024 Uncovered at Fruit Attraction Madrid

In fruit exports, staying ahead of the game is all about adapting to the ever-evolving trends. This year’s Fruit Attraction conference in Madrid brought together industry experts who shared valuable […]
September 22, 2023

2023 Fruit Fairs! Elevate Your Export Business and Cargo Claims Recovery

In 2021, the worldwide fresh fruits market reached a valuation of USD 551.1 billion, and it is projected to experience a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.6% from 2022 […]
March 28, 2022

British port ban on russian affiliated vessels

UK ports are being urged to refuse access to Russian-flagged, -registered, -owned or -controlled ships to help efforts to get Russia to pull its forces out of Ukraine. The government will assist ports in implementing these new laws, however, the commercial information ports receive first-hand about vessels and cargo allegedly makes them best placed to assess each individual case.

March 14, 2022

Will the cargo claim industry see any interruption during Russia’s invasion of the Ukraine?

The cargo claims market will see no disruption as shippers and freight forwarders are finding alternative ways to move their cargo and realise the importance of recovering monies from liable carriers in these unstable times. Exporters are now finding new business relations and expanding to different countries to keep their product moving meaning Cargo Claims now, and in the long-term will not be affected as cargo is simply redirected to other countries.