Given that logistics allows for nearly anything to be transported with enough preparation, there have certainly been quite a few odd pieces of cargo.
One of the oldest and most curious radio broadcasts that has been played with very few exceptions four times every day is the venerable shipping forecast.
The Japanese owner and insurers of the massive container ship that got stuck in the Suez Canal in March, blocking shipping for almost a week, have finally reached a settlement with Egyptian Authorities.
The UK has begun talks to join the CPTPP, which would provide a major free trade agreement with 11 different countries.
From 1 June, employers of all sizes in England can apply for extra funding to help take on new apprentices.
After the blocking of the Suez Canal, global shipping is still feeling the effects as shipping rates continue to rise.
The UK Chamber of Shipping has announced plans for a global online meeting with an agenda that will address trade barriers and improving collaboration on green R&D initiatives.
The trade association has warned that the cost of moving goods and services is likely to increase in the short to medium term, as the economy feels the impact of the pandemic.
The last year has seen a large rise in the amount of freight being transported by sea - and the latest data shows the trend continues to be upward.