#Coronavirus #EU: Commission lists key steps for effective vaccination strategies and vaccines deployment

Barcelona, October 15, 2020.- Today…we aren´t going to talk about transport, logistics, software, technological solutions…The uncertainty of the global Covid19 pandemic is so decisive for urban mobility and the transport of goods between countries that today We will talk about the desired solution to Covid19. The European Commission today reported on the strategy for future vaccination, a hope that in a matter of months could clear our lives of…uncertainty.

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IRU: #COVID-19 border restrictions: lessons to learn

Barcelona, October 7, 2020.- The IRU has highlighted the situation of the borders for the transport of goods, as a consequence of the quarantines between different countries. That is to say, with the pandemic still at its peak in some parts of the world, and with fears of a second wave in others, unilateral border restrictions are still being put in place by countries, often with dramatic effects on goods transport and the essential workers and drivers who steer our products across international borders.

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#Covid19: Estimated 18% average decline in annual turnover for goods transported by road

Barcelona, September 24, 2020.- The global pandemic of the Coronavirus Covid19 remains, increases its expansion in many countries and does not have a near end. Its economic consequences are unprecedented in the last 100 years. However, we have to learn to live with this situation and conjuncture. The transport and logistics sector is one of the most important to keep us alive. The Freight News South Africa’s publication has highlighted some keys to the proper functioning of the global supply chain:

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Amazon Prime Air: Who will lead the delivery of packages through drones?

Barcelona, September 14, 2020.- Amazon obtained authorization in the United States at the end of August for the delivery of parcels through drones. This market does not yet exist and is in the pilot phase in numerous business initiatives. It is still unknown how drone distribution will be integrated with land transport of goods and with the rest of the supply chain. It’s too early, but Amazon has taken the lead as reported by the New York Times in the following information:

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