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Coalition for the energy of the future: 11 major international companies join forces to accelerate

July 10, 2020 Logistics

While the global transport and logistics community is currently dealing with COVID-19 pandemic, there's positive news surfacing now that the work to create sustainable sources of energy has not been curtailed

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Supply Chain Professionals Say Planning Process is “Somewhat Effective” Regardless of Technology

June 23, 2020 Supply Chain

54% of supply chain pros are either looking to remove their dependence on spreadsheets or already using different tools for supply chain planning, these organizations may be better prepared to cope with today’s disruption and growing uncertainty

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Truck tonnage falls again in May, reports ATA

June 05, 2020 Logistics

The ATA’s advanced SA For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index for May—at 106.1 (2015=100)—was down 1% in May, following a 10.3% (downwardly revised from -12.2%) April decrease, which came in 107.2.

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Covid, China crisis prompt relook at logistics policy

June 29, 2020 Logistics

The rethink is aimed at reducing the cost of carrying inventory, improving the professionalisation of service providers and bringing predictability into the supply chain, by plugging loopholes in first and last-mile connectivity.

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UAE sends 7 metric tonnes of medical supplies to boost India's COVID-19 fight

June. 10, 2020 Air Freight

The UAE on Saturday sent seven metric tonnes of medical supplies to India to bolster its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic

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What the dutch can teach the world about remote work

June 24,2020 Productivity

The Netherlands may have figured out something about working from home (pandemic or no) that the rest of the world has yet to learn.

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16 seaplanes routes identified for regional connectivity under UDAN scheme

June 24,2020 Air

The shipping minister instructed the officials to come up with Indian model of waterdrome (terminal), after thorough study of the waterdrome infrastructure of the countries like the USA, Canada, Maldives and Australia.

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Warehousing sector to benefit from new trends in the post covid world

June 05,2020 Warehousing

Despite the downturn of the Indian real estate industry owing to the present situation,the warehousing segment in India is emerging as a strong contender and a promising oppurtunity

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Can Edtech Replace Classroom Learning In Times Of The Coronavirus Pandemic?

June 06, 2020 Education

With schools and colleges shutting down due to the Covid-19 led lockdown, teachers and parents are worried about academics and loss of time in terms of learning that students will face.

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