Maersk announced it plans to launch the world’s first carbon-neutral liner vessel in 2023, which will have a methanol engine

Barcelona, March 4, 2021.- What consequence does decarbonisation have for maritime transport prices? The English television BBC has published a report focusing on the Danish company Maersk and its immediate plans to abandon fossil fuels.

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The electrification of mobility accelerates and rushes the first official deadlines

Barcelona, March 3, 2021.- Bloomberg has published a report on the adoption of electric motors in different modes of transport, including by country: Looking beyond passenger cars, several ‘killer apps’ are emerging for electrification in the 2020s. Two- and three-wheeled vehicles (scooters, mopeds, motorcycles, tuktuks and rickshaws) and municipal buses are already going electric quickly and accelerate further in the next five years, spreading beyond China. Delivery vans and ride-hailing vehicles are the next segments to cross the tipping point.

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Logistics Management: The #logistics keys to face the uncertainties of the different economic sectors

Barcelona, February 24, 2024.- The Logistics Management magazine has published a great analysis on the challenges that logistics professionals face in the coming months. Here is a summary:

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FitchRatings: Different modes of transport in Europe will recover at unique rates

Barcelona February 13, 2021.- According to FitchRatings, the recovery of the different modes of freight transport (road, rail, air and maritime) will follow a different rhythm. Air traffic is most affected by travel restrictions and will take until 2024 to recover to 2019 levels, putting pressure on airlines and airports. Although these sectors will improve in 2021 compared to 2020, supported by vaccination roll-outs, passenger traffic will still be 55% lower than 2019, which was revised down from 45%. 

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