Logistics managers face new challenge in Intra-Asia trade
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Editor’s Note: This is the first of a two-part analysis of trade challenges looming in 2014.
Intra-Asia trade will be taking a big step forward toward transparent supply chains with Japan’s upcoming Advanced Filing Requirement (AFR). Beginning in March 2014, Japan will be mirroring the US and Canada’s requirement for 24-hour advanced filing of bill of lading and cargo details.
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