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EU sets sail towards greener future: Fuel standard for ships to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

The European Parliament and Council have agreed to set up a fuel standard for ships to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and decarbonise the EU maritime sector.♦ The provisional agreement requires ships above a gross tonnage of 5,000 to gradually reduce their[...]

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Decaying demand sees China’s ports building empty container mountains

Amid a “very quiet” end-of-year shipping season, empty containers are piling up at Chinese ports. View Linkedin item here[...]

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How technology can help redraw the supply chain map

Certain innovations show promise in dealing with current supply chain challenges, but companies must know which problems they want to solve first. View Linkedin item here[...]

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The New Supply Chain Mindset: From Just-in-Time to Just-In-Case

Through the issues of the past few years, the Just-in-Time mindset has taken a hit and been replace with Just-In-Case. View Linkedin item here[...]

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COP27: Decarbonisation could cause staff training and shortage challenges

Global industry is facing a crisis of labour that could see costs reach sky high levels for a prolonged period. They are expected to be exacerbated by new climate change policies. View Linkedin item here[...]

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China manufacturing slips for third month in a row as zero-Covid policy bites

The sector has shrunk for the third month in a row with the zero-covid policy causing more logistics disruption and a dip in ocean shipment volumes. View Linkedin item here[...]

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New lockdowns in key Chinese transport hubs hobble supply chains again

Lockdowns in key Chinese port cities are again hampering supply chains, despite a “muted” peak season. View Linkedin item here[...]

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New lockdowns in key Chinese transport hubs hobble supply chains again

Lockdowns in key Chinese port cities are again hampering supply chains, despite a “muted” peak season. View Linkedin item here[...]

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Putting trade before the ‘green transition’ not the answer to climate crisis

Commerce in a sense means developing market conditions in which new and alternative fuels can thrive, and to create incentives for the market to develop them. View Linkedin item here[...]

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