At the first European Logistics Platform (ELP) event of this year, 50 EU policymakers and industry stakeholders met to discuss how businesses are preparing themselves for Brexit...
Prolonged uncertainty over the terms and conditions of Brexit is beginning to hamper UK firms in their efforts to renew customer contracts that are European in scope and also in tendering for new ones...
Commission report on the state of the EU rail market shows that rail passenger traffic continued to grow by 1...
Publishing data about the emissions of all ships calling at EU ports, as proposed by the European Commission, will incentivise shipping companies to cut their CO2 while also better informing...
The automotive industry has secured special terms in the EU-Japan free trade agreement (FTA) that came into effect on 1 February...
Ford has been testing an approach that uses lights to indicate what the vehicle is doing and what it will do next as part of research into a communication interface that will help autonomous vehicles ...
Braced for a possible logistical nightmare when Britain leaves the EU in March, Honda said it was preparing to build up inventories or front-load some production at its UK plant to ship overseas or bu...
Nissan confirmed on 3 February it has reversed plans to invest in new manufacturing capacity in the UK, citing “continuing uncertainty” around Brexit...
Ahead of next week’s final EU negotiations on CO2 standards for trucks, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) reiterates its support for a timely agreement on this regu...
Going into the final stretch of the trilogue debates on CO2 standards for trucks, it is crucial that European environmental policy ambition is balanced with the commercial realities of a sector domina...
Daimler’s recent announcement that, following subpar results during pilot testing, it would be scaling back its investment in truck platooning contrasts with Amazon’s reported testing of E...
Natural gas alone will not help shipping cut greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new study, which means that alternative fuels and even barnacle-resistant paint will be needed to meet ambitious c...
GEFCO, a global provider of complex industrial supply chain services and finished vehicle logistics, has announced the launch of its dedicated Mission Control Centre (MCC) in Amsterdam to manage globa...
The European Commission has approved the creation of a joint venture by Swedish Stena Rederi, part of Stena AB, and German Glovis Europe, which is controlled by South Korean Hyundai Glovis...
On 31 January, the 11th edition of the BHP Mala – Breakbulk, Heavylift and Project Forwarding International Conference and awards was held in Mumbai, India...
Green Tiger Group is very pleased to announce the appointment of Justin Eynon to the board of Group Company GTE(NI) as Director of Operations UK and also a major shareholder...
WW Solutions has taken a big step in its digital transformation with the roll-out of a cloud-based terminal operating system that saves terminal customers – shipping lines, truckers, OEMs and ca...
Normandy Council has been busy preparing for Brexit since autumn 2017...
On 7 January, the board of the Ports of Normandy met for the first time...
Willem Prinsen has been appointed CEO of Koopman Logistics Group as from 1 April 2019...