Staff from Supply Chain Solution Ltd visited Liverpool ports yesterday to finalise a shared user warehouse, this will offer further savings to our customers by utilising increased container sizes. If you want to simply store a few pallets or lease your own facility, we will be on hand to deliver your ideal solution. From food to furniture, their advanced port-centric warehousing facilities can accommodate most products and volumes.

Supply Chain Solution Limited is currently going through the AEO accreditation process which displays our continued progress in creating a quality standard. 

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As a Freight Forwarder, we deal in all aspects of International, European and Domestic Trade.  We are fully aware of the anxieties that face importers and exporters alike concerning Brexit and we will try to outline what we as a "supply chain partner" can do to help sure up your trade lanes in the coming years of uncertainty in the attached online brochure and pdf guide.

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Supply Chain Solution Limited is currently going through the BRC accreditation process which displays our continued progress in creating a quality standard. 

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Test Successful businesses and brands are an attractive target for fraudsters. Information about your organisation may be available to the general public via your own website from testimonials or external sites (e.g. Companies House, internet sites, directory enquiries etc). It is therefore essential to make sure you know who you are dealing with at all times.

Be alert

Fraudsters are targeting post, in particular invoices and cheques. Regular invoices between suppliers, contractors and other third parties are just as vulnerable as cheques. Look out for the following tell-tale signs:

  • The fraudster may initially telephone a company and ask for a contact name who they can send the invoice to.
  • A written request will be sent (this will appear in order and seemingly from a known supplier, contractor, etc) advising you that they have changed their bank account details used to receive regular payments.
  • The request is usually on headed paper which appears authentic.
  • The details for the Company Secretary, Finance Director or other officials, including their signature, will appear correct. This information has likely been copied from the company‚Äôs Annual Report and/or web site.
  • Email addresses used by the fraudsters are very similar to the genuine suppliers, contractors and other third parties