UN recognises eTIR as key to combat COVID-19 impacts

Barcelona, July 7, 2020.- Six UN agencies  have issued a joint statement calling on governments to provide smooth transit and transport for landlocked developing countries (LLDCs), highlighting eTIR as one of the key solutions to support these countries and their trading partners. 

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Notes to innovate a proactive strategy in the warehouse

Barcelona, June 25, 2020.- Supply chains are adapting to the Post Covid era19. To an unprecedented situation in which for 3 months the supply and demand of the world market has been paralyzed. Now he begins to wake up in the midst of great uncertainty every minute. Logistics and transportation professionals work Monday through Sunday to design new strategies. And information management will be essential in any solution. A data management that has one of its main protagonists in the warehouse. We have read in Warehousing logistics international the following analysis that will surely be very useful to you.

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Global pandemic Covid-19: How to minimize the logistical impact on the supply chain

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.

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Recommendations for adapting your supply chain in a paralyzed world economy

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.

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AndSoft definition and positioning regarding measures and preparation concerning covid-19 (coronavirus)

AndSoft global announcement of actions and positioning in regards to taken measures, client relationship, suppliers and other active services.

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Coronavirus: Does China, the world’s factory, paralyze the global supply chain?

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:

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