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  • Christopher ludwig sidelines ALSC Global 3

    On the sidelines ALSC Global end of conference wrap up: this is only the beginning

    2021-10-18T06:00:00+01:00By Christopher Ludwig

    Christopher Ludwig recounts highlights of the first day of Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain Global Live, picking out highlights and learnings from OEM, tier supplier and logistics providers at the event.

  • Kelly Bysouth, IAC chief supply chain officer

    Talking strategic planning with Kelly Bysouth, IAC’s chief supply chain officer

    2021-10-18T06:00:00+01:00By Automotive Logistics

    The global tier one supplier’s top supply chain and procurement executive talks about the importance of joining up data across the network and organisation, maintaining free cash flow in inventory considerations and why she wouldn’t take the job unless she was chief supply chain officer and not only procurement.

  • Chris Styles (Nissan), Christopher Ludwig (Automotive Logistics)

    Rethinking the semiconductor supply chain

    2021-10-18T06:00:00+01:00By Automotive Logistics

    Executives from Nissan North America, electronics supplier Johnson Electric and semiconductor association SEMI Americas discuss the longer-term strategies required to make the automotive semiconductor supply chain more stable and secure.



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    Hyundai Glovis signs venture with BLG Logistics at Bremerhaven

    2021-12-17T10:18:00+00:00By Marcus Williams

    The world’s biggest maritime ro-ro provider is driving more efficiencies into services for OEM customers through the new venture with one of Europe’s biggest finished vehicle handling ports


    Gefco buys UK-based vehicle services provider XPAuto

    2021-12-17T10:08:00+00:00By Marcus Williams

    The French logistics provider has bought XPAuto and will integrate its digital platforms to enable smart scheduling and asset management capability alongside a range of customer facing applications

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    Toyota to build battery plant in North Carolina

    2021-12-14T09:19:00+00:00By Marcus Williams

    Toyota is building a battery manufacturing plant in North Carolina to supply hybrid and pure EV production in the US. The site offers multimodal logistics advantages for US-wide distribution