Barcelona, May 27, 2020.- IRU is the world’s road transport organisation. We represent the entire industry – bus, coach, truck and taxi, and drive the sustainable mobility of people and goods across the planet. This organization has just published some interviews on online training in ground transportation. Recycling of supply chain professionals is vital in today’s economic uncertainty. For this reason, we publish this IRU report.Continue reading “IRU: The future of distance learning in road transport”
Barcelona, May 14, 2020.- The European GNSS Agency (GSA) in collaboration with the European Commission has developed a mobile solution, the “Galileo Green Lane” APP, to facilitate the free movement of freight, reduce waiting times at EU borders, and prioritize essential goods during the current COVID-19 pandemic response.Continue reading “Galileo Green Lane- easing pressure at the EU´s internal borders”
Barcelona, April 22, 2020.- Today we are all managers of uncertainties. Some experts even point out that the Crisis Manuals must be thrown in the trash, because we will be in crisis every day. These may be some characteristics of the new era that is coming soon. The best way to combat insecurities is with quality information and the help of specialized companies. Below is an analysis by Eamon Francis is the Managing Director at Delta Impact, published in the Supply Chain Management Review.Continue reading “Post Covid-19: Ways to improve supply chain efficiency”
Barcelona, April 7, 2020.- The CIPS, Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply, is a center for training, study and publication of knowledge applied to procurement and supply. The day after victory over the Coronavirus Covid-19 will leave us with a different global supply chain, with substantial changes to its resources, processes, and information systems. Here CIPS has analyzed some recommendations to reduce the logistical impact of the global pandemic. We hope it will be useful for your transport or logistics company.Continue reading “Global pandemic Covid-19: How to minimize the logistical impact on the supply chain”
Barcelona, March 19, 2020.– The world economy is slowing down due to measures to combat the spread of the Coronavirus. This situation forces each company to respond with a reengineering of its processes and an adaptation of its supply chain. Harvard Business Review has just published a guide of recommendations that we think can be useful for any company, in any circumstance. Reading the following recommendations is sure to help you make decisions. According to the Harvard Business Review analysis, the first variable to monitor is human capital.Continue reading “Recommendations for adapting your supply chain in a paralyzed world economy”
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Barcelona, March 5, 2020.– Breaks of stock of certain merchandise are already being registered in some western countries. The vast majority of Chinese transport modes are closed, so there is damage to the global supply chain, due to the expansion of the Coronavirus, originating in China, considered the world’s factory. In fact, the OECD has forecast declines in GDP growth in several countries in the coming months, and the first losses are estimated at $ 200 billion. In this sense, we highlight an analysis of the Logistics Management magazine with a very early approach to the effect on the logistics sector:Continue reading “Coronavirus: Does China, the world’s factory, paralyze the global supply chain?”