Industry News

US-India Trade Relations Strengthen: A Gateway to Mutual Growth

In a further indication of China's growing commitment to diversify its trade, the United States is increasingly embracing India as a key partner.[...]

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Electric and autonomous vehicles surge will lead to a revolution in the Automotive Supply Chain"

In order to meet the rising demand for electric and autonomous vehicles, the automotive industry must reevaluate its supply chains, says Tom Cullen, the chief analyst at Transport Intelligence.[...]

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Revolutionising Logistics: Felixstowe Port is set to deploy 100 autonomous battery-powered trucks

In September, the port of Felixstowe in the UK will begin deploying a fleet of 100 battery-powered autonomous trucks as hauliers declare that "the AI revolution is truly underway."[...]

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Sustainable Aviation Fuel is on track to meet targets: New data reveals promising outlook

Uncertainty over investment has slowed the increase of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) stocks. Recent data, however, suggests that there may be sufficient supply to achieve the goals.[...]

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New Australia-UK Free Trade Agreement set to bring unprecedented benefits to businesses

A historic free trade agreement between Australia and the United Kingdom, known as the A-UKFTA, will take effect on May 31.[...]

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India's industrial warehousing demand surges with growing third-party logistics

According to the most recent Colliers research, demand for industrial warehousing in India has increased by 11% year on year to 7.2 million square feet across five cities.[...]

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European Parliament pushes for safe and secure trucker facilities with revised TEN-T regulations.

The European Parliament’s Transport Committee has recently voted to revise the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) regulations to better accommodate Europe’s truck drivers, who have been described as “abandoned”.[...]

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Driving Logistics Industry towards a Sustainable Future

As Earth Week 2023 is observed around the world, the global logistics industry is stepping up its efforts to reduce its environmental impact and promote sustainability throughout the supply chain.[...]

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South Korea revamps shipbuilding standards to compete in the global market.

In order to be more competitive in the global market, South Korea has updated the standards for the building of hydrogen fuel cell-powered ships. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) adopted compulsory measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from vessels by[...]

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