Barcelona, August 20, 2019.- The food supply chain is one of the first to innovate tracking processes, from origin to destination. It is a very sensitive industry in the manufacture of products, packaging, transport and distribution. Any failure can become food poisoning with tragic endings. For this reason, we have read an expert in this food industry and he tells us that one of the keys is to know how to process the large volume of data and make business decisions with them. The analysis was written by Harry Menear in the Supply Chain Digital magazine.Continue reading “Understanding and business decisions from the growing volume of data, key in the food industry”
USA/Munich, August 12, 2016.- The market for electrical and hybrid cars is still a growing trend, but slow. However, the manufacturers of electric cars, (and autonomous), have also been fixed in the overland transportation of goods. Tesla and Mercedes, time, taking the lead with the first prototypes.
Mercedes-Benz outlined plans to start selling an electric heavy-duty truck in about five years, a week after Tesla Motors’ initial sketch on battery-powered commercial vehicles failed to impress inventos. The Mercedes-Benz Urban eTruck will have a range of about 200 kilometers (120 miles) per battery charge and capacity for loads of as much as 26 metric tons, parent company Daimler said today in a statement. The model, targeted for inner-city tasks such as supermarket deliveries, could go on sale by the start of the next decade, it said.
Barcelona, May 12, 2016.-
- New slots management solutions for loading and unloading, for Shippers and Transportation and Logistic Operators.
- New tool to forecast possible deviations or possible delays in the agreed delivery times. Control of the “Estimated Time of Arrival” (ETA).
- New system to forecast the demand of vehicles for collaborators and certify their availability.
- New module to send invoices directly to the tax Agency SII.
Paris, 17 Feb, 2015.- The statistics of the European Union are strong. In the last decade, a shift towards road freight transport has
been recorded, especially in newer EU Member States. The highest
in reases in the share of road freight transport were observed in
Estonia (23 percentage points), Poland (19), Slovakia (19),
Slovenia (12) and Bulgaria (12). In contrast, 11 EU Member
States presented a shift towards more environmentally friendly
transport modes, most notably Belgium and Austria. In 2012,
road transport made up over half of freight transport in all EU
Member States, except for Latvia, where railway transport
accounted for the largest share (64%). High shares of rail transport
were also recorded in Estonia (47%), Austria (41%), Sweden (40%)
and Lithuania (38%). Considerable shares of inland waterways
were recorded in the Netherlands (39%), Belgium (24%) and