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  • Decarbonising the European supply chain_Volvo Trucks, CHEP, DFDS
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    Watch: Collaborate to decarbonise European automotive logistics

    2021-04-23T15:25:00Z

    As European manufacturers set tight emission reduction targets in logistics, experts at Volvo Trucks, DFDS and CHEP reveal just how important collaboration will be for their sustainability roadmaps.

  • How automation and data analytics can elevate performance with Einride, CNH and Blue Yonder
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    Watch: How automation and data analytics can elevate supply chain performance

    2021-04-23T15:25:00Z

    Digital supply chain experts from CNH Industrial, IT and software specialist Blue Yonder and freight automation startup Einride discuss how digitalisation can boost reliability, control and end-to-end visibility in logistics.

  • Decarbonising airfreight – A case study
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    Watch: Decarbonising airfreight – A case study in sustainable air freight

    2021-04-23T15:25:00Z

    Marcel Fujike of Kuehne+Nagel and Gabriël Koetsier of Neste Components discuss practical steps to reduce CO2 from logistics networks including the innovative use of sustainable aviation fuel.

  • Think tank service parts logistics with JLR, Bosch, Kuehne and Nagel, CLEPA
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    Think Tank: Future-proofing aftermarket and service parts logistics

    2021-04-23T15:25:00Z

    As automotive service parts demand and requirements evolve, logistics experts from Jaguar Land Rover, Bosch, Kuehne+Nagel and the European parts association, CLEPA, look to the capacity, technology and network changes necessary to maintain service levels.

  • Think Tank Finished Vehicle Logistics - Delivering beyond expectations
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    Think Tank: How Covid has accelerated digitalisation for finished vehicle logistics

    2021-04-23T15:25:00Z

    More OEMs and logistics providers in Europe are adapting and investing in digital tools and services than ever before, according to technology experts at INFORM, Proact and Fracht

  • Preparing for a 99% chance of disruption with Hella, CNW, Wakeo
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    Watch: Preparing for a 99.99% chance of supply chain disruption

    2021-04-23T15:25:00Z

    Disruptions in the automotive supply chain are a near certainty but nonetheless near impossible to pinpoint. Supply chain experts from automotive supplier Hella, tracking provider Wakeo and emergency freight provider CNW discuss the best ways to minimise risk.

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    Light at the end of the Suez Canal but challenges for automotive

    2021-04-21T10:48:00Z

    Of the many disruptions the pandemic has caused, the chain reaction of delays and spiralling costs in container global container shipping must have been one of the hardest to deal with. The delays in the Suez Canal were just the icing on an already unappetising cake.

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    UECC launches first LNG hybrid PCTC

    2021-04-19T11:13:00Z

    European ro-ro operator UECC has launched its first pure car and truck carrier (PCTC) vessel powered by liquified natural gas (LNG) and battery power. LNG burns more cleanly than traditional heavy fuels, and the battery component drives auxiliary equipment and reduces emissions in port.

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    The way we buy cars has changed forever

    2021-04-16T08:18:00Z

    The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated a latent online sales trend, with more than 50% of vehicles across Europe currently sold across some form of online channel, according to new research. This has solidified automakers’ roll out plans for new sales structures across the continent and beyond.

  • Höegh Autoliners Trigger New Horizon Biofuel
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    Höegh Autoliners starts using biofuel to cut emissions

    2021-04-12T10:11:00Z

    The vessel Höegh Trigger has completed its first voyage on biofuel as part of a trial to find out whether it is a viable solution to reduce emissions. Through carbon offsetting, Höegh Autoliners claims the voyage was carbon neutral.

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    Bo Andersson steps down from lead roles at Yazaki

    2021-04-12T08:11:00Z

    In a surprise development, Bo Andersson (pictured) has stepped down from his leadership roles at Yazaki in North America and Europe. As of the beginning of April, Ryosuke Yazaki has taken over the roles of president and CEO of North America, which Andersson previously held. Meanwhile, Hans Lemmens has been appointed president and CEO of Yazaki Europe.

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    A game of two halves at Europe’s vehicle ports

    2021-04-08T14:27:00Z

    Volatility at Europe’s leading finished vehicle handling ports was made worse in 2020 by the impact of restrictions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic in the first half of the year and then by resurgent demand in the second half. Marcus Williams reports

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    AL FVL Spring 2021 Digital Edition – Coping strategies for a global crisis

    2021-04-08T08:13:00Z

    The spring digital edition of Automotive Logistics and Finished Vehicle Logistics is out now, featuring comprehensive overviews of the main vehicle ports in continental Europe and the UK, as well as the maritime transport sector. Plus, we look at the latest packaging initiative supporting VW’s lithium-ion battery deliveries to VW Zwickau, Vijay Ratnaparkhe’s IT revolution at Bosch and talk to carmakers about supply chain lessons ten years on from the Fukushima earthquake disaster

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    Ford to export Transit Custom diesel engines from UK to Turkey

    2021-04-06T10:36:00Z

    Ford has announced its engine plant in Dagenham, UK will export diesel engines for the next generation of Ford Transit Custom vans built in Turkey.

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    Zeebrugge remains busiest European vehicle handling port

    2021-04-06T09:26:00Z

    Despite the impact on throughput, Belgium’s port of Zeebrugge maintained its position as Europe’s busiest vehicle handling port in 2020. 

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    Bernd Pischetsrieder elected chairman of Daimler

    2021-04-05T16:55:00Z

    Daimler has elected Bernd Pischetsrieder as chairman of its supervisory board, replacing Manfred Bischoff who is stepping down from the role after 14 years. 

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    Signs of movement on the Suez Canal

    2021-03-29T11:34:00Z

    One week after the Evergreen container vessel MV Ever Given became lodged across the Suez Canal, it appears as of March 29 that efforts to shift the 400-metre-long, 200,000-tonne vessel have been successful. The chairman and managing director of the Suez Canal Authority (SCA), said on Monday that the Panamanian container ship had been successfully refloated and the backlog of vessels is now moving through.

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    VW strengthens ties with Northvolt to expand battery capacity in Europe

    2021-03-16T11:19:00Z

    Volkswagen Group plans to significantly increase battery cell production capacity and reshape the EV battery supply chain in Europe, with plans to add six ‘gigafactories’ by the end of the decade – including an expansion of its partnership with Sweden’s Northvolt. 

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    Höegh begins service between Gothenburg port and Oceania

    2021-03-15T12:42:00Z

    Höegh Autoliners has started a regular direct service from the port of Gothenburg in Sweden to Auckland in New Zealand, taking in South Africa and other locations in the Oceanic region on route. 

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    Mitsubishi to sell models in Europe made by Renault from 2023

    2021-03-12T07:30:00Z

    As part of an agreement to build on joint purchasing and vehicle standardisation announced by the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi (RNM) Alliance last year, Mitsubishi Motors will begin selling two models procured from Groupe Renault in selected European markets in 2023.