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By Automotive Logistics2010-05-05T00:00:00+01:00
Experts in new energy and propulsion technology discuss the transformation of the logistics industry and what the automotive industry can do to reduce emissions in the transport of parts and vehicles, as well as reducing risk as fuel prices continue to rise
Toyota is pushing forward on its plans to cut emissions from the supply chain by using a new service provided by logistics provider Gefco that ships parts inbound to France twice a day using a combination of road and rail.
Global port congestion, and unpredictable transit and lead times in container shipping have resulted in one of the most dismal and uncertain times for the maritime transport of goods, something that isn’t expected to improve until 2023
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