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There is a worldwide outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). As a logistics service provider, HSF is vigilant to prevent spread and contamination.

By burning fossil fuels containing sulphur, toxic sulphur dioxide is released which is a major air pollutant. Because ships are the prime source of sulphur dioxide the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the European Union have been working together on a new legislation for several years.

If the UK does leave without a deal, all consignments of merchandise between the EU and the UK will be subject to customs control.

Since several months now a lot of HSF-customers use our website This website has a lot of possibilities.

The details of what exactly will be required after Brexit will depend on how it is ultimately delivered: in other words, on whether there is a hard, soft or no-deal Brexit. But the United Kingdom will, in any case, leave the EU on 29 March 2019. This will make transport between the United Kingdom and the EU more difficult. You will need to deal with customs, involving more documents and procedures.

Due to increasing international volumes of fresh products the EEC-recognised Distribution Centre (DC) of location Winterswijk has decided to build a new internal crossdock facility.

HSF Logistics based in Nijmegen and Winterswijk (The Netherlands) and N&K Spedition based in Esbjerg (Denmark) have been working together since 2007 and have now decided to merge in order to create one European Logistics Service Provider offering chilled and frozen transports, packaging solutions, warehousing, Value Added Logistics, Inter-modal transports and Airfreight.