Governments around the world ramp up the ESG requirements for global supply chains

Barcelona, January 9, 2023.- According to the Logistics Manager magazine, a new law that is being enforced from the beginning of 2023 means that German companies will now face fines of up to 2% of their global turnover if they fail to provide a comprehensive account of the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) frameworks in place in their supply chains, including details of what is being done to prevent human rights abuses and protect the environment.

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Transport and Logistics Operators: The cybersecurity is as necessary as filling the truck tank

Barcelona, ​​April 26, 2018.-  We remember the dentist, when a tooth hurts. And maybe, we remember security on the Internet, when it’s too late. Just as the best improvisation is the one that does not exist, cybersecurity protocols are a great need. The management of routes of a transport company can not be attacked by a virus that could paralyze a fleet of trucks. The billing of a logistics operator can not be stopped by an ambitious hacker either.

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