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  • FVL conference: Will big outbound visions ever happen in real-time?

    March 14, 2017

    The eighth annual Finished Vehicle Logistics North America conference discussed lots of potential for connected car and in-vehicle technology to transform transport and tracking. However, uncertainties over which technology to focus on, as well as regulatory and economic questions, may hold back important software and hardware updates. Marcus Williams reports from Huntington Beach, California. Gareth …

  • India conference: From stockyards to value-added hubs – at a price

    November 11, 2016

    For nearly a decade, manufacturers and logistics providers in India have anticipated that the eventual implementation of a Goods and Service Tax (GST) would open up opportunities for ‘hub-and-spoke’ distribution patterns, including more efficient transport to dealers and the use of more multimodal transport. With GST finally on the horizon, logistics providers at the 2016 …

  • Broekman extends service with project logistics division

    September 2, 2016

      Broekman Logistics has set up a dedicated division providing a range of services for the international handling of project cargo. Broekman Project Logistics will support industries including energy and offshore and will target oversized construction, mining and heavy load cargo. According to the company, which is based at the port of Rotterdam, the new …

  • Video interview with Sarah Amico, executive chairman, Jack Cooper Holdings

    July 11, 2016

    At this year’s Finished Vehicle Logistics conference in Newport Beach, California, Sarah Amico, executive chairman at Jack Cooper Holdings, talks to Rachael Hogg, assistant editor at Automotive Logistics, about investment, technology, and good times for growth.   To receive weekly updates of global automotive logistics, please subscribe to our free newsletter. Available in English, Chinese, …

  • Japan’s Hitachinaka port opens terminal for high and heavy moves

    June 22, 2016

    The port of Hitachinaka has opened a new terminal for the handling of construction and mining machinery as part of a major expansion programme for the port. The terminal is owned by the Ibaraki prefectural government. The port is around 100km north-east of Tokyo and located near a production hub for equipment makers Hitachi and …

  • The Quiet Revolution and its impact on inbound and aftermarket operations

    April 20, 2016

    The automotive sector is changing. According to a recent report by PWC, analysts believe the sector will change more in the next ten years than it has in the last 100. The biggest factor contributing to this rapid evolution is the convergence of the automotive and technology sectors, something that DHL dubbed ‘The Quiet Revolution’ …