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%.Continue reading “FitchRatings: Different modes of transport in Europe will recover at unique rates”
Barcelona, March 19, 2019.- Alex Chatha, Research Director of Smart Buildings and Cities at ARC Advisory Group, and has published a detailed study on the evolution of logistics in future cities connected by the IOT, and autonomous cars. This article has been published in IIoT World and we highlight a summary for its interest to the IT Directives:Continue reading “Smart Cities and urban logistics problems”
Barcelona, January 9, 2018.-The World Congress of the IRU is one of the essential appointments for companies and transport professionals. In the last edition, very interesting tables were held on the new markets in European Transport, the new immediate challenges and all the variables affecting land transport of goods. In the next lines we may know if Amazon is already a Logistic Operator. The IRU has made public the following conclusions of a panel on new business models in European transport.Continue reading ““With the blurring of industrial lines, is Amazon a logistics company?””
Barcelona, September 24, 2018.- The export potential of each country is directly reflected in the volume of goods that leave by maritime transport. This mode of transport is very interesting to study the junctures of large economic areas. And in this analysis you find unexpected data. The prestigious World Street Journal has published a thorough analysis that reveals the pros and cons of the main European economy.