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  • Shipping and climate change: Are we getting into hot water?

  • China leads digital reinvention of supply chain

  • Fighting for space at Europe's ports

  • From the industry: Driving predictive maintenance 

  • From the industry: A global freight audit and payment solution

Interviews

Features

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    Why all eyes are on Israel for AI

    2019-05-17T15:59:00+01:00By Jonathan Ward

    In the race to perfect autonomous driving, Israel has proven to be a hotspot of technological innovation – driven, in part, by its military expertise and surveillance tools

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    Challenging times for US car carriers

    2019-05-02T12:28:00+01:00By Greg Thompson

    Despite some recent legislative wins on permissible overhangs, rig length and adaptable trailers, the US car-carrier sector continues to face a number of operational challenges, including a capacity squeeze, more demanding customers and downward price pressure

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    Still got it: How reuse and recycling can give EV batteries a new lease of life

    2019-04-15T11:40:00+01:00By Karen McCandless

    As the EV trend continues, it raises the question of what to do with their hazardous lithium-ion batteries once they have reached the end of their useful life. Options include reuse and recycling, but both of these require special expertise in reverse logistics

Analysis

  • Russia wants to export more components. On the photo - Yekaterinburg customs

    A special case

    2019-05-20T11:16:00+01:00By Vladislav Vorotnikov

    Russia is attempting to boost tier supplier capacity via contracts with OEMs and logistics subsidies for parts makers, but it is unclear how successful this will be

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    Market sharing

    2019-05-20T09:38:00+01:00By Victoria Johns

    Uber and Airbnb have led the way in the sharing economy, but Ryder has now launched an asset-sharing platform for commercial vehicles

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    China's automotive market heads for change

    2019-04-17T12:04:00+01:00By Joanne Perry

    China’s economy is entering a new phase of steady rather than rapid expansion and the automotive industry may have to accept that the days of exponential growth could be at an end, delegates were told at this month’s (April) Automotive Logistics Global Shanghai conference.

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