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Adimen Portua. Smart Ports
Berritrans. Gestión ferroviaria
BonVoyage. Intermodal mobility
Cimec. Cooperative ITS Mobility
Co-cities. Movilidad urbana
Co-gistics. Cooperative logistics
Freilot. Distribución mercancía
Globope. Internacionalización
Hope. Public eco-mobililty
Intelvia. Gestión de tráfico
iTOLL. Sistemas de peaje
Mugitu. Ticketing multimodal
Neptune. Developing industries
S3Road Seguridad en carretera
SmartCEM. Electromovilidad
Voyage. Gestión aeroportuaria

Mobility & Logistics news

Un nouvel indice tarifaire pour le fret ferroviaire conteneurisé entre l'Europe et l'Asie.

370 000 EVP ont été transportés par rail entre l’Asie et l’Europe en 2018. Ce trafic est en progression de 35% par rapport à l’année précédente. Trois compagnies ferroviaires viennent …

+ información (22/04/2019)

Can Supply Chains Prepare for a Recession?

“Good times are dangerous: Business managers are under constant pressure to bend the rules, be flexible and agree to policies during good times that will cause great pain and suffering …

+ información (19/04/2019)

Système U lance un "drive truck" et optimise sa logistique

Dix patrons indépendants de Système U se sont associés pour mutualiser leurs activités e-commerce : l’investissement a été de 5 millions d’euros, dont 1,3 million pour aménager l’entrepôt, rapporte LSA. …

+ información (19/04/2019)

NFC Climbs to New Heights With Mammut Deployment

The European climbing and outdoor recreation retailer is using an NFC system from Smartrac Technology Group to track inventory through the supply chain, and to engage with shoppers long after …

+ información (19/04/2019)

Plug'n Drive commence used EV programme in Ontario

Plug’n Drive has launched a programme which offers CAN$1,000 off the purchase of a used electric or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (EV) for drivers in Ontario, Canada. Cara Clairman, president …

+ información (19/04/2019)

New Hampshire chooses Gordon-Darby for vehicle inspection

The US state of New Hampshire has selected Opus subsidiary Gordon-Darby to implement and operate the State Motor Vehicle Inspection Management System. The five-year contract covers the state’s emissions and …

+ información (19/04/2019)

Digital Container Shipping Association is launched this month

In an effort to adapt to current global supply chain demands, A.P. Moller-Maersk, Hapag-Lloyd, MSC and Ocean Network Express have established the Digital Container Shipping Association (DCSA) in The Netherlands. …

+ información (18/04/2019)

Alpha Logistics Consulting propose un nouveau serious game pour la logistique

Un serious game autour de la gestion de production vient d’être lancé. La gestion de production est cette fois au coeur d’un nouveau jeu de simulation de système logistique, lancé …

+ información (18/04/2019)

O2 to offer 5G network for C/AV testing in UK

Mobile network O2 will provide its 5G network to support connected and autonomous vehicle (C/AV) tests at Millbrook proving ground in the UK county of Bedfordshire. O2 says the low …

+ información (18/04/2019)

IRD wins $6.4m WIM system deal in Ukraine

International Road Dynamics (IRD) is to design and install 20 lanes of Weigh in Motion (WiM) covering six sites on arterial roads around Kiev, Ukraine. The $6.4 million project is …

+ información (18/04/2019)

Quarter of Brits 'would fund smart city solutions from tax'

Almost a quarter (24%) of British people would be willing to fund smart city solutions using their own tax contributions, according to new research from ATG Access. Part of road …

+ información (18/04/2019)

Zubie and CarAdvise initiate fleet maintenance programme

Connected car company Zubie has partnered with technology start-up CarAdvise to launch a programme designed to give small and mid-sized fleets a way to manage fleet maintenance. Zubie says its …

+ información (18/04/2019)

Three U.S. ports announce global carrier agreements in new foreign markets

Several new ocean cargo vessel deployment announcements suggest that shippers are reconfiguring supply chains to accommodate uncertainty in the global trade arena. …read more Via: Logistics Management

+ información (17/04/2019)

Rapid recharge lead-acid traction batteries signify innovation culture at Exide

Espex Batteries’ parent company, Exide India, has announced the 2019 launch of a new lead-acid traction battery range, designed specifically to offer rapid recharge and ‘opportunity charging’, rivalling lithium-ion batteries …

+ información (17/04/2019)

Power management 101 – How it can improve the profitability of your electric material handling vehicle

Matteo Todesco, Senior Marketing Manager Motive Power, EnerSys EMEA: Modern warehouses typically rely on electric material handling vehicle fleets, with associated motive power batteries, chargers and battery handling devices that …

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Focus on efficient energy supply

At LogiMAT 2019 battery charging technology expert Fronius demonstrated how forklift truck operators can make their intralogistics more sustainable. Modern battery charging systems, intelligent battery management and a wide range …

+ información (17/04/2019)

LEAD ACID OUT, LITHIUM IN. It’s that simple.


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Making cost saving a VERTU

Ensuring customers get the greatest return from the batteries they rely on for the reliable operation of their fork trucks and other warehouse equipment, is the cornerstone of the VERTU …

+ información (17/04/2019)

‘EMPOWER’ yourself to clean uo your act Motive power sources are becoming greener and more flexible

With the arrival of London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ), a Power Sources feature is a timely place for warehouse and logistics operations to think about the case for running …

+ información (17/04/2019)

Apprenticeship success continues for KNAPP

As another two apprentices – Corey Seagrove and Andy Rogers – approach the completion of their four-year training programme, KNAPP UK is preparing to recruit more young people to start …

+ información (17/04/2019)

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