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    More than one way to buy a car – subscription models and FVL

    2020-11-16T10:19:00Z

    The Covid-19 crisis has forced dealers faced with closure to adopt online sales and subscription models. We take a look at what it means for the logistics sector and how start-up Lynk & Co is going all-in on it.

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    Watch: Keeping the metal moving in Europe

    2020-09-28T17:00:00Z

    As the European vehicle logistics sector faces huge challenges and changes, senior logistics leaders from Daimler, Volvo Cars and Hyundai Glovis discuss capacity requirements, digitalisation and requirements from their logistics partners during a panel at Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain Live.

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    Watch: Carmakers preparing for supply chain and logistics reinvention

    2020-09-28T17:00:00Z

    The pandemic isn’t over, but senior logistics leaders at General Motors, Nissan, Volvo Cars and Glovis America are looking beyond the crisis to new technology, electrification, capacity planning and the skills needed to succeed in supply chain management in the 2020s. Watch this in-depth panel discussion from Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain Live.

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    Watch: Building Lucid’s electric vehicle logistics network

    2020-09-28T17:00:00Z

    Electric vehicle startup Lucid is launching its first production model with support from Glovis America in finished vehicle logistics. Head of logistics Greg Henninger shares details together with partners from Glovis on the unique challenge for EV outbound logistics.

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    Watch: How to improve agility and flexibility in finished vehicle logistics

    2020-09-28T17:00:00Z

    While vehicle logistics faces ongoing challenges in managing capacity utilisation and visibility, this panel from Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain Live points to key strategies from FCA North America, Hyundai Glovis and CFR Rinkens for improving load factors and responding to customer needs.

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    OEM cooperation has the potential to reduce empty rail miles, says Glovis

    2020-09-22T17:16:00Z

    Carmakers need to collaborate on shared rail wagon loads to reduce empty rail miles where feasible and technology provides the means to make the most of existing capacity according to speakers at last week’s Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain conference

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    The medium is the message

    2020-09-09T11:22:00Z

    Over the last two years leading players in the European automotive industry have been collaborating on a standard for digital messaging that covers outbound logistics processes from the factory to the dealership. The project has involved almost 30 other organisations, including carmakers, logistics providers, software companies, shortsea car carrier lines and terminal operators 

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    Hyundai Glovis back on track in US by next month despite rail concerns

    2020-06-08T09:59:00Z

    Hyundai Kia’s logistics division, Hyundai Glovis, hopes for “some sort of level of normalcy” for the manufacture and distribution of vehicles in the US by July 4, despite railroads being currently under capacity, according to the group’s senior national manager of vehicle logistics, Darren Acker. Hyundai vehicles ...

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    Watch: Livestream Hour Episode 7 - Finished Vehicle Logistics: Restarting the network

    2020-06-03T15:30:00Z

    This special livestream episode focuses on the finished vehicle logistics network and how it is preparing to restart for the new normal, with insights from Hyundai Glovis, ProAct and more. Hosted by Christopher Ludwig and featuring updates and insights from the crisis and beyond for automotive supply chain and manufacturing.

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    Changjiu moves Volvo S90 through Suifenhe Railway Port

    2020-05-13T08:17:00Z

    Chinese logistics provider Changjiu Logistics has recently added an alternative rail entry point between China and Russia for Europe-bound shipments of Volvo’s S90 passenger car, which is made at the carmaker’s plant in Daqing…

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    Coronavirus policy complicates Mexican automotive recovery

    2020-05-12T09:03:00Z

    After significant declines in production and sales through March and April this year, Mexico is restarting its automotive manufacturing, but the country’s states are setting different rules regarding ramp up, which is restricting the movement of parts across borders. What could further complicate the situation in the near-term is the US-Canada-Mexico trade agreement (USMCA), which comes into effect on July 1, enforcing complex changes in trade, parts sourcing and labour rules.

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    Challenges in store for UK supply chain

    2020-04-23T08:42:00Z

    The coronavirus crisis is having a major impact on the storage options available to UK companies, according to a recent survey from the United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA), which revealed warehousing space in the country is now approaching maximum capacity with a potential for zero scope within weeks…

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    Glovis

    Glovis operates under a single vision focused on maximizing customer value and satisfaction. We have established a global network with the flexibility to provide customer satisfaction in a demanding world. Whether it is finished vehicle logistics/processing, parts logistics, ocean transportation, CKD, freight forwarding, commodities or bulk logistics, ...

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    Reaching for the stars: how Galileo’s satellites could help automotive logistics

    2020-03-16T10:27:00Z

    Since launching its first test navigation satellite in 2005, the European Space Agency (ESA) has steadily built up the Galileo global positioning network and today operates 22 satellites. With four further launches due in 2020, the Galileo network is set to become the first fully operational high-accuracy global navigation satellite system (GNSS) – heralding a new era of precision navigation and, for the automotive industry, bringing opportunities for improved vehicle logistics.

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    Automotive Logistics Mexico 2020 Presentation Video: Session 4: Smooth customs and frictionless trade: best practice at the boarder

    Mexico’s role as a trade hub with North America and beyond is essential to its automotive success. But with new rules around the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement, border challenges and bottlenecks in customs clearance, manufacturers and logistics providers risk delays if they don’t keep on top of changes. This session explores ...

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    Enrique De La Pena
    Senior Manager Mex-US Operations
    Hyundai Glovis

    Enrique graduated from Universidad Autonoma de Tamaulipas with bachelor on Business and have Diploma on Leadership Management from Universidad de Monterrey; started working at Custom broker and then move to transportation and Logistics in railroad (KCSM) Intermodal operations and Automotive sales were he ...

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    Philaport to benefit from containerised vehicle shipment service

    2020-01-22T10:36:00Z

    Containerised vehicle forwarder CFR Rinkens and GWSI, which specialises in warehousing and cross-dock services, have set up a centre for containerised vehicle shipping near the Packer Avenue Marine Terminal at the US port of Philadelphia (PhilaPort)…

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    T&T Salvage to remove wreck of Hyundai Glovis car carrier

    2020-01-13T16:04:00Z

    The Unified Command (UC), charged with overseeing removal of the wreck of overturned car carrier Golden Ray from near the US port of Brunswick, Georgia, has chosen T&T Salvage of Texas to carry out the task…

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    Q&A: Sulaiman Pallak, GM Middle East and North Africa

    2020-01-13T09:12:00Z

    In the absence of a production hub, OEMs operating in the Middle East must import both vehicles and parts. GM’s head of purchasing and supply chain for Africa and the Middle East tells Automotive Logistics about the challenges and opportunities in the region…