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Record breaking vessel arrives at Felixstowe


The CSCL Globe muscled into port yesterday afternoon just behind our offices here at Jordon. Crowned as the current king of the waves, it is the largest container ship In. The. World. It's the...

How will the Low Sulphur Surcharge due Jan 2015 affect you


You may have heard the news, but if not, here it is. There is a surcharge coming January 1st 2015 regarding maritime fuel that will affect all shipments crossing the North Sea. There! The reason...

What does Scottish independence mean for retailers


As a transport company there has been little information trickling out on the effect on the transport industry should Scotland decide to vote Yes.  But there is some information on the effect of...

We’re away, here’s our out of office numbers


The office will shut at 15.30 hrs today (01.08.14) as staff go to the races as part of our 15th year celebration. Although all customers and suppliers should be informed, here's a list of numbers we...

BIFA appoint a new director general


We at Jordon freight would like to congratulate our dear friend Mr Robert Keen on his new appointment as British International Freight Association (BIFA) director general. Robert, who started at...

See you at Multimodal 2014 – 01.05.14


We're sending a few unscrupulous rogues to the transport and logistics industries annual exhibition, Multimodal, on Thursday 1st May. Gary, our Southern European expert as well as Directors Roddy...

The Make it, Do it, Save it, Budget


And so the Budget 2014 has passed. Whilst pensioners everywhere will soon be cashing in their pots for luxury cruise liners, actually no, most pensioners are more sensible than that. Or so the...

UK preparing for a HGV road user levy


The UK government is introducing a road user levy for heavy goods vehicles of 12 tonnes or more. The levy will be time based and is aligned with EU legislation on road charging. The theory is that...

What does Amazons new Sunday delivery service mean for us all?


Amazon, the powerhouse online retailer, the destructor of the high street and the salvation of the armchair shopper, has decided to intrude into our last day of rest - Sunday. Thank the Lord or...

On-line tracking back online


On-line tracking is back in action after an outage. Best regards The Jordon Team

Wishing you a fantastic 2014


What an incredible year 2013 was, of which we would like to thank our customers and suppliers for their valued support. Moreover we would like to extend our gratitude to our brilliant staff for...

Update – New Southern European dedicated FTL/LTL service


We can finally announce a dedicated Southern European service headed by Mr Gary Doyle. Offering groupage Italy & Spain and also dedicated FTL/LTL services throughout Southern Europe. If it's...

Update – Maersk Triple E arrives in Felixstowe

The triple-e class Maersk Majestic, which we reported on previously, made its debut in Felixstowe a few weeks ago. Berthing just behind our offices it was truly a sight to behold. For pictures of...

Update – Andy becomes company DGSA

Trying to keep everyone updated we are proud to announce that Mr Andrew Brendt passed his DGSA exam to become the companies official Dangerous Goods Officer. If you need advice or wish to book any...

plenty to say, no time to write it


goodness, what a few busy months we've had.  stay tuned, we'll compile a list of developments asap.

Happy birthday to us – we’re 14 today!


We’d just like to thank our customers, our suppliers and of course our brilliant staff who have helped us to achieve being 14 years old. We’ll save the emotional speeches for next year, the...

They’re coming, but where?


Maerks new Triple E class ships are being built in uncertain times. Probably established when times were more buoyant, these ships are the largest, most efficient ships ever. With a capacity of 18...

Calling all drivers – Use it or lose it


It appears our local and only secure parking in Suffolk is under threat. Orwell Crossing Lorry Park on the A14 near Felixstowe has long been known to be a quality stopover for exhausted drivers...

Webtrack facility updated


Good news to those of you using our webtrack facility, you can now export all the data you see to excel for your own use. Don't forget, with this free facility you can • Track the status of your...

Jordon invests in future IT


ok, so it seems 2013 is sizing up to be a big year of change for us in respect of our IT. Over the weekend we had a new lightning fast, mega gig, super processor, zzzzz, you get the idea anyway...

Why we didn’t go to Multimodal this year


We feel the need to mention the reason we didn’t make it to Multimodal this year. The reason was………..we were just too busy! It really was a case of all hands on deck, which we love...

Our OM Donna is walking the (very long) walk for breast cancer


Why bike when you can run? Well if you're going from London to Brighton I'd probably choose the car or train. But our Office Manager has raised the bar and set herself a new goal this year of...

A duty which could ruin you


It appears HMRC is increasing its attempts to target warehouse keepers and hauliers who, unbeknown to them, are handling excise goods where the duty is unpaid. News from Lloyds List quotes the UK...

London Gateway gets a lift


It was announced this week that the new London gateway port, currently taking shape for a Q4 opening, is installing the first of 40 state-of-the-art automated cranes. One of the key points we noted...