Sustainable logistics: Walmart will reduce CO2 emissions from the transport fleets from its suppliers

Barcelona, July 20, 2021.- Walmart, the American supermework chain, has launched an initiative in its supply chain to reduce CO2 emissions from the transport fleets of its suppliers. A sustainable project that perhaps believes trend, both in the United States, and in other regions. Supplychaindive has published the details of this boost to the environment:

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Prices to ship containers from Asia to the U.S. and Europe are rising at a historic pace as cargo owners

Barcelona, July 6, 2021.- Wall Street Journal has published an analysis on the international prices of the SUPPLY CHAIN in maritime transport. The data, in the Post Covid19 era, are the following:

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USA: Scarcity of pallets and large increase in prices throughout 2021

Barcelona, May 25, 2021.- The American economy has a shortage of pallets and their prices have increased considerably. This is how The LoadStar magazine has published it, which explains the details of this negative situation for exporters:

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Smart Cities and urban logistics problems

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:

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