How The Logistics Industry Is Planning for The COVID-19 Vaccine Transport

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) urges governments to begin constructing their plans with industry stakeholders to ensure complete readiness when COVID-19 vaccinations are finally approved and available to distribute internationally. IATA also warned of the possible severe capacity constraints in air transport of the vaccines. Read on to learn more.   Air Cargo Air

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The Latest Technological Challenges in the Logistics Industry

Over the last ten years, there has been a rise of over 3.5 billion people participating in global e-commerce. This industry allows people and businesses alike to participate in domestic and international e-commerce trade platforms. Technological advances have introduced new products through social media, live streaming, and many more internet-driven sources. These methods have become

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The Resiliency of Shipping Ports

Port operators have always been known for their resiliency. But now, more than ever, they need to rely on being resilient to sustain their operations. World trade increasingly relies on complicated systems and uses maritime transport as a vital foundation. When ports experience problems, disruptions, or failures – it becomes a big story. Let us

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How The Logistics Industry Successfully Adapted to Lockdowns

Covid-19 has affected the entire world in a wide range of ways. Specifically, the logistics sector has been impacted as well. However, no two organizations have been affected the same way, and all experiences vary. Logistics companies have needed to adapt to successfully transport all their cargo. Below are just a few challenges created by

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How More Oxygen Can Help Shipboard Logistics

It is time to highlight the need of sufficient medical oxygen onboard vessels in case of a medical emergency. Leading maritime safety specialist Survitec is doing just that.  If crews and passengers become ill with respiratory infections, medical oxygen is key to treat the emergency safely and efficiently. Let us take a look at how

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The New and Unique Direct to Rail Capability

The new passenger trains for the Sydney network arrived at Port of Newcastle recently. This will allow them to take advantage of the port’s direct connections to the New South Wales rail networks. Let’s take a closer look at this complicated system.   A Delicate Operation When the general cargo vessel AAL Hong Kong arrived

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How Construction Logistics Plan to Adapt

The COVID-19 pandemic impact is likely to affect every industry for a long time to come, so adaptability in these trying times is critical. The logistics sector is taking this seriously. Let us explore how the haulage sector might evolve in the years to come, and how construction logistics plan to adapt to meet the

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The Mission To Seafarers Support Campaign

The Mission to Seafarers has been keeping track of the needs of seafarers through a new digital support system called “Chat to a Chaplain”. Let us take a closer look at the Seafarers Happiness Index.   Keep the Morale Up With the pandemic still very much affecting the entire world, seafarers are suffering. Constantly evolving

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Considering Logistics When Reallocating Road Space

One of the UK’s largest business groups, the FTA, is asking for clarity from the government on the use of road space for logistics movements. Guidelines were published for post-COVID-19 travel, but they did not contain recommendations for the sector. The Head of Urban Policy for the FTA, Natalie Chapman, claims the published plans overlook

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FTA COVID-19 Good Practice Guide

The FTA and The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) have launched a document sharing practical advice forum called the Good Practice Guide for COVID-19. This guide will offer practical advice on how transport operators and logistic businesses can reopen their operations safely and quickly as the world emerges from lockdown. Here’s a closer

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