Learn why the fulfillment and supply chain woes that have affected most consumer goods have had little impact on high-value and collectible items, and why they resultingly make the perfect holiday gift.
One of the questions we often get from potential clients is where exactly we ship to and from. What does "global" mean for ARTA? We break that down in this blog post.
While the environmental benefits of shipping via ocean freight are indisputable, there are many other factors to consider. Here are the biggest differences between air and sea freight and the different ways you can ship via sea.
While ARTA continues to push the envelope of what actually can be automated through our Public API and Instant Quote tool, some items will never be able to be automated and simply require a high-touch human experience. Read how ARTA can help with complex shipments in our case study with the City of Beverly Hills.
With the United Kingdom and European Union reaching an agreement on a post-Brexit trade deal just before Christmas, the art and antiques industry finally received some clarity on what the UK's relationship with the EU would look like and how this may impact the market. Here's what you need to know and what the biggest impacts have been so far.
With the Brexit deadline nearing, our team is answering frequently asked questions from our clients about what they can expect in a post-Brexit world. We will continue to answer FAQs here until the terms of the negotiations have been settled.
While regulations have slight variations within each country, we are outlining the basics—including questions to ask and terms to know—to help our clients be more prepared for cross border shipments.
Topics: International Shipping
We surveyed hundreds of our shipping and service partners around the world on the state of their current operations.
As cases of Covid-19 continue to rise across the globe, we are seeing delays and other impacts to our business. Here, we will continue to update our clients with facts and takeaways they can use to prepare for and assess upcoming shipments.