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    Gedia hit by “massive cyber-attack”

    2020-01-27T14:58:00Z

    Gedia Automotive Group has been the victim of a cyber-attack by a gang using ransomware known as Sodinokibi…

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    Interview

    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…

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    Maersk expands logistics operations in Vietnam

    2019-12-18T10:41:00Z

    Maersk has officially opened an 11,000 sq.m logistics centre in northern Vietnam that will support growing business for automotive, electronics and retail in the country…

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    Fresh floes: What does the Northern Sea Route mean for automotive logistics?

    2019-11-29T10:14:00Z

    The Northern Sea Route (NSR), a growing shipping lane linking South-East Asia with Northern Europe through Arctic waters, is set to become a competitor to the Suez Channel for cargo delivery between these two regions. Russian authorities believe that the NSR would could be used for all types of cargo – and automotive product, both parts and vehicles, would be no exception.

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    BMW and shipping companies look to develop low-carbon fuel

    2019-11-12T14:31:00Z

    German carmaker BMW, shipping lines Wallenius Wilhelmsen (WW) and Maersk and other international companies have formed the LEO Coalition to discover if LEO, a blend of lignin and ethanol, could be used in cargo vessels…

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    Easing off the gas: Is the shipping industry ready for Sulphur 2020?

    2019-09-11T11:22:00Z

    The IMO’s new regulation to cut sulphur emissions, which is coming into force next year, will require operational changes by ports and shipping lines. But some parts of the world are far from prepared.

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    Andersen takes over as CEO of StormGeo

    2019-08-20T11:45:00Z

    StormGeo has appointed Søren Andersen as its new CEO. He replaces Per-Olof Schroeder, who left the company in June.

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    Nansha doubles direct sailings to Europe

    2019-08-07T09:24:00Z

    The port of Nansha in southern China now has four direct sailings to Europe, in response to rising demand

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    Maersk targets inland automotive logistics as part of service realignment

    2019-07-10T09:21:00Z

    Global shipping operator, A.P. Moller-Maersk, is aiming to develop inland logistics services and is looking for rapid growth in automotive logistics and chemicals. In an interview with the The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) at the end of June, Maersk’s CEO, Soren Skou said the move to focus ...

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    Using the past to better predict the future of vehicle logistics

    2019-07-09T11:53:00Z

    In finished vehicle logistics and distribution, disruptions and changes in the supply chain often lead to higher costs and bottlenecks, including stock pileups and imbalances in transport capacity. Last year’s implementation of WLTP in Europe was a case in point, as some OEMs faced delays in getting vehicles certified or ...

  • AL Europe Awards 2019
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    Revealed: AL Awards Europe winners 2019

    2019-07-04T10:13:00Z

    The Automotive Logistics Europe Awards, now in their second year, were presented at the Kesselhaus at Motorworld, as part of this year’s AL Global Munich conference

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    Interview

    Centre of the world: How the Middle East is growing in importance for automotive

    2019-06-21T08:59:00Z

    With vehicle sales on the rise and multiple free trade zones under development, the Middle East is attracting greater attention from the automotive industry than ever before

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    News

    CMA CGM and MSC join TradeLens blockchain platform

    2019-06-03T15:12:00Z

    CMA CGM and Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) have announced they are joining the TradeLens digital business platform, a service based on blockchain technology to provide secure shipping data and make global trade more efficient

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    Speakers

    Simon Pitout
    VP – Commercial & Marketing
    DP World

    Simon Pitout’s career spans over 20 years in the logistics, shipping and terminal industry. He joined DP World in 2008, initially as Commercial Director for DP World’s Middle East and Africa Regions, before being appointed as Vice President, Commercial in 2012. Previously, he held roles ...

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    News

    Inland move for Maersk logistics unit

    2019-05-22T08:21:00Z

    APM Terminals’ Inland Services will be integrated into Maersk Logistics & Services from August 1 to provide customers with improved access to a range of logistics services…

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    Maersk launches digital customs clearance

    2019-05-07T15:38:00Z

    Shipping line Maersk has launched a digital customs clearance platform, to help customers deal with complex shipping regulations. It claims to be the first container shipping company to offer the service. Various rules must be followed to ensure traded goods enter and exit a country legally. But if a delay ...

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    Article

    Zim joins TradeLens to boost digitalisation

    2019-05-01T11:15:00Z

    Global container shipping provider, Zim Integrated Shipping Services, has signed up to the TradeLens digital business platform, a service based on blockchain technology to provide secure shipping data and make global trade more efficient.

  • Port of Tyne (4)
    Article

    Fighting for space at Europe’s ports

    2019-04-12T16:51:00Z

    European vehicle-handling ports faced a squeeze on space last year for several reasons, including wild fluctuations in distribution patterns caused by WLTP implementation. But the situation is now improving, due to investment in infrastructure and digital technology

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    Cyber-attacks: not a question of if, but when

    2019-04-01T11:38:20Z

    As industry becomes ever more connected, the risk of cyber-attacks is increasing, delegates at this year’s Automotive Logistics Supply Chain Conference in Atlanta were warned.Automation, technology and network communications are now central to the daily operations of carmakers and their suppliers, with a vast amount of information and data now ...

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    Smarter about spot loads

    2019-03-21T16:53:00Z

    Logistics technology company Loadsmart promises to automate full truckload shipments to the benefit of both shippers and carriers