University of British Columbia Student Studying Moving Industry Trust and Efficiency

Ms. Asrai Ord, a third-year student at University of British Columbia, is currently researching issues surrounding accountability and administrative efficiency in long-distance moving networks. This research is being done as part of an effort to further establish trust and efficiency within the moving industry and possibly increase the competitive advantage of reputable movers. We hope it has a research outcome that will distinguish professional movers from rogue operations on both sides of the border.

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University of British Columbia Studying Moving Industry Trust and Efficiency

Ms. Asrai Ord, a third-year student at University of British Columbia, is currently researching issues surrounding accountability and administrative efficiency in long-distance moving networks. This research is being done as part of an effort to further establish trust and efficiency within the moving industry and possibly increase the competitive advantage of reputable movers. We hope it has a research outcome that will distinguish professional movers from rogue operations on both sides of the border.

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US-China trade war to hit containers hardest

The brewing trade war between the US and China is seen having varied effects on different parts of the shipping industry. While much will depend on if and when the tariffs actually kick in, analysts seem to agree that the worst effects will be felt by the container shipping industry, exacerbating an already difficult situation with oversupply of capacity and slowing global trade.

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