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Diana scoops Head of Operations


newsletter feed We’re delighted that Diana has been promoted from operations team leader, a role she enjoyed for three years to head of operations. Responsibilities in her new role include...

Tackling the driver shortage – recap and our role in helping


Newsletter article We’ve been talking about this issue for over two years as blogs on our website will attest, but what’s the reality of the situation? Market intelligence is a key...

Roddy runs the London Marathon

The 2018 Virgin Money London Marathon raised a record-breaking £63.7m for charity, setting a new world record for an annual single day fundraising event. And a small amount of that money was...

The show must go on


Working with one of the country’s premier providers of event structures sees Jordon pulling out all the stops to deliver what often seems like the impossible. Jordon director, Roddy Forster...

UK box hauliers facing continued pressure


As a European Transport provider we are seeing unprecedented levels of challenges emerging in the European haulage sector which doesn’t bode well for the future unless some sharp action is...

New Head of Operations appointment at Jordon


Our very own Diana-Dostalova-Sujewicz hits the news Multi-skilled specialist for Felixstowe freight firm [ July 27, 2018 // Chris ] Diana Dostalova-Sujewicz has been promoted from operations...

Why we’re not talking about Brexit


You would think in a business like ours on the front line of European trade we would be going out of our way to inform our customers of what they need to do come Brexit. We see there are still a...

Felixstowe Port recovery begins


June the 10th 2018. A date that will be etched in the minds of Felixstowe Port officials for years to come. This was the date The Port of Felixstowe,, the biggest container port in the UK...

TAPA seeks secure parking standards to combat 90% rise in freight thefts


Having worked with the Transport Asset Protection Association (TAPA) over the years we often discussed the problems associated with thefts from supposedly secure parking. We also discussed...

Jordon secures ISO 9001:2015 quality standard


Team effort secures ISO 9001:2015 for Jordon Fellow Felixstowe-based company, compliance experts, VARTAN, led Jordon through the quality management system accreditation process. Roddy...

What to do about the driver shortage?


At risk of sounding like a broken record (see previous article) we plough headlong into this continuing story with a view to leave it alone for a while afterwards. Let’s hope we can resist the...

Are autonomous trucks the answer or the cause?


Once just sci-fi and now borderline reality, autonomous vehicles, cars and trucks, are being trialed the world over. It’s hard to keep up with where exactly we are on the road to full autonomy...

Europe’s driver shortage is spiraling out of control


An article recently in Lloyds Loading List brings to the fore the challenges faced in the industry as the retiring old guard leaves a driver void in its place. We present the article in full here...

A Xmas Video and opening hours


We'd like to wish our customers and suppliers a very Happy Xmas and New Year. If you haven't seen it here's our little Xmas video starring some of our super staff. ...

What do supply chain managers think about Brexit so far?


Disclaimer: nobody knows how it will pan out False news, it’s all the rage. Depending what paper you subscribe to you will get different slants on the latest surveys with various supply chain...

DVSA commencing enforcement of “in cab” rests in UK


From November 1st 2017 the DVSA will start to sanctioned rivers who take weekly rest breaks in cabs outside formal rest areas (ie. service areas and truck stops). Penalties will include...

The capacity crunch continues : What can I do to get my cargo moving?


We have quite possibly reached a capacity crisis unheard of in the European logistics industry. A shortage of spare trailer space is real and is now causing harm to businesses across the UK. A few...

European logistics flow becomes gridlocked


Here's an article recently published in Lloyds about the current capacity problem caused by the 'Rastatt emergency'. See our comments at the bottom regarding the effect on road freight traffic...

Cost vs Price: Is your supply chain undervalued?


We don’t all have the luxury of Tescos to offer loss leaders and continual low cost promotions. If you’re unfortunate you may even be supplying them and feeling the constant squeeze on your own...

The perfect storm is brewing for UK companies importing goods from Europe


Roughly 10 years ago UK hauliers started to hand over the reins of international transport to European hauliers.  In particular the emerging Eastern European carriers with cheaper operating costs...

FTA post-election Brexit thoughts


We have been pondering an article written recently by the Freight Transport Association (FTA) and with Brexit talks now officially commenced we think it reflects our sentiments on the current...

How “Through It All” was formed


Director Jon Swallow explains how the new brand identity came about. “Roddy and I have had some fun over the years with our logos but looking back we realised it hadn’t been very consistent...

German rest in cab ban sweeps into force


Hot off the press from the RHA is news that looks to begin a shake up of haulage in Europe. See what you think with a read of the news below. "GERMANY – 45HRS REST IN CAB BAN – UPDATE The IRU...

China’s Port misery continues


New liner schedules combined with poor weather is causing severe disruption in China's container ports. Shanghai's Yangshan terminals are experiencing lengthy delays with vessels queuing at...