AL FVL Winter 2020 Digital Edition
The winter digital edition of Automotive Logistics is out now, featuring an overview of how automotive supply chains have adapted during the crisis, and how digitalisation will reshape logistics. Plus insight on battery supply chains, used car logistics, vehicle logistics quality systems at Daimler and much more!
Our final edition of 2020 reflects on a testing year for the global automotive industry, which has seen continuing disruption to automotive supply chains caused by the coronavirus crisis and lockdown restrictions, as well as ongoing trade uncertainty between the UK and Europe, China and the US and more. But it was also a year that saw acceleration in the digitalisation of logistics and transport services for inbound logistics, as well as for new and used vehicle distribution. And despite the constraints on manufacturing and supply, the industry made strides towards a cleaner and brighter electrified future.
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This issue features:
- 2020: A testing year for the automotive sector
- General Motors restructures its finished vehicle logistics in the Middle East
- Kuehne + Nagel gathers experts to analyse battery chain and new mobility
- The used car sector embraces digital tools to meet demand and transform logistics
- Daimler introduces Q Dome to maintain damage quality management in vehicle deliveries
- A crystal ball for the automotive supply chain