Barcelona, May 24, 2022.- According to Splash247.com magazine, the German Shipbuilding and Ocean Industries Association (VSM) has issued a very strongly worded release, demanding Berlin and other European governments reduce their dependence on China for all things maritime.Continue reading “The German Shipbuilding demanding Berlin and other European governments reduce their dependence on China for all things maritime”
World shipping of goods registers unexpected data for the main European economy
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.
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Uncertainties in the #SupplyChain industry are less with trend analysis
Germany, February 21, 2017. The best way to deal with the uncertainties of an economic year is to read the reports and analysis of sector trends. This is what All Things Supply Chain has done that has published its particular vision on Supply Chain and Logistics Trends in 2017:
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Can you imagine a truck of goods supplied with electric power? Tesla and Mercedes say yes
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.
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