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    Russia takes a slice of the new Silk Road

    2019-08-07T15:14:00Z

    As vehicle shipments increase on overland routes between Europe and China, Russian companies such as state-owned RZD are aiming to capitalise on the new business

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    GM expands service parts distribution in Michigan

    2019-08-07T13:02:00Z

    The vehicle-maker has officially opened a $65m service parts centre in Michigan that will pack 120m parts per year for the AC Delco and GM Genuine Parts brands. The new facility, which covers 102,000 sq.m in the suburb of Burton in Flint, is triple the size of the facility it is replacing and employs 800 people, according to GM.

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    Used but not confused: How battery diagnostics can help EV resales

    2019-08-07T11:05:00Z

    Resales of EVs are currently complicated by lack of clarity on the health of their batteries. Austrian start-up Aviloo has developed a diagnostic tool that can be used at dealerships 

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    The facts don't support the idea of 'global Britain'

    2019-08-07T10:31:00Z

    One of the claims repeated by proponents of Brexit is that ‘global Britain’ will be able to exploit the many opportunities of free trade open to it when the country leaves the EU, whether on World Trade Organization (WTO) terms or not. But this view fails to take into account how the global automotive industry works – and, specifically, the UK’s place in it. Let’s look at the facts.

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    Koper awards contract for vertical storage

    2019-08-07T09:07:00Z

    The Slovenian port of Koper currently has two sites already under construction but will soon start work on a third in order to expand storage capacity. The extra site is to be a vertical storage facility developed by Gic Gradnje and business partner Pro-Concrete, which won the contract from the port authority, Luka Koper.

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    Why the UK’s aim to be a world leader in EVs is nothing but a dream

    2019-08-06T09:28:00Z

    We haven’t yet heard from members of the UK’s new, Boris Johnson government on its vision for EVs, but every time a member of Theresa May’s government spoke about the car industry, you were almost guaranteed to hear them say that the UK was going to be a world leader in electric vehicles (EVs). The idea is, in fact, laughable…

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    Q&A with Olga Stepanova, sales director of RZD Logistics

    2019-08-05T14:21:00Z

    As vehicle shipments increase on overland routes between Europe and China, Russian companies such as the state-owned RZD are aiming to capitalise on the new business. Automotive Logistics discusses the development of a new Silk Road with Olga Stepanova, sales director of RZD Logistics

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    Govin Ranganathan
    Head of Logistics
    NIO USA

    2019-08-05T11:20:00Z

    Govin manages logistics for start-up electric vehicle manufacturer NIO’s Silicon Valley-based operations, including product R D, vehicle imports, logistics planning and launch, while supporting processes and best practice globally. He has more than 20 years’ experience in designing, implementing and optimising production, logistics and supply chain operations, ...

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    A letter to the UK’s new prime minister, Boris Johnson, from the SMMT

    2019-07-26T08:49:00Z

    Mike Hawes, CEO of the UK’s Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) explains to the country’s new leader why the automotive industry should be one of his top priorities, especially in the drive to deliver Brexit.

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    Baltimore and Jacksonville handling higher vehicle volumes

    2019-07-24T13:15:00Z

    The busiest vehicle-handling ports in the US, Baltimore and Jacksonville, have reported gains in the first half of 2019, through higher import and export volumes. Baltimore has seen an increase of 8% compared with the same period last year, handling roughly 428,000 units between January and June. It reported record figures for March, with more than 59,000 vehicles processed, plus around 95,500 units of agricultural and construction equipment. The latest figures continue the growth the port has seen over the last eight years…

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    Welcome Drinks Reception

    Hosted by ProTrans. Join your fellow delegates at Cliff Bells Jazz Club - the infamous speakeasy. Mingle, exchange views and contact details with some of the finest minds in the automotive logistics sector.

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    Golf Day

    2019-07-18T11:55:00Z

    Hosted by DP World. Be in with a chance of winning 2 full hospitality tickets to the US Open 2020 at the Automotive Logistics Global Detroit Golf Day! Join us before the conference kicks off at the TPC Michigan Golf Course, Tuesday 10 September. 

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    Iran’s automotive industry left to rust

    2019-07-17T13:14:00Z

    US-led sanctions have devastated Iran’s automotive industry, disrupting its supply of components and causing production to fall. Automotive Logistics assesses the damage

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    Data and the digitisation of the supply chain

    2019-07-16T15:17:00Z

    The automotive industry is being transformed by new vehicle technology, but operational processes are also undergoing profound changes driven by unprecedented levels of data

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    Automotive Logistics to hold first Middle East and North Africa conference in Dubai

    2019-07-16T13:13:00Z

    Automotive Logistics is increasing its focus on the Middle East and Africa with a new conference and increased editorial coverage

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    Five ways vehicle subscriptions will impact dealerships by 2020

    2019-07-12T09:38:00Z

    When is the last time you bought a CD or DVD instead of streaming directly from Spotify or Netflix? Today’s consumer is becoming increasingly interested in subscription-based services and the concept is quickly making its way into the automotive space. Gary Brooks, chief marketing officer, Syncron ...

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    2019 Photo Gallery

    The gallery below is just a small selection of photos from across the three days of this year’s conference. For a more comprehensive gallery, please visit our Facebook page. 2019 Photos ...

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    2019 Photos

    2019-07-10T14:44:00Z

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    Running out of juice – will demand for battery materials outstrip supply?

    2019-07-09T10:47:00Z

    As OEMs accelerate their EV programmes, there is growing concern that demand for battery materials will outstrip supply. Gavin du Venage considers the risks

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    North American ports go in search of the promised land

    2019-07-08T14:56:00Z

    US east coast ports have been grabbing land to handle increased volumes while some on the west coast deal with dramatic volume fluctuations. In Mexico, meanwhile, private investment is helping to deal with congestion. Marcus Williams reports on the performance of North American vehicle handling ports in 2018