Panama Canal Signs Agreement With Port Of Rotterdam

The port of Rotterdam, located in the Netherlands, is not only an important transshipment point, but also the largest port in Europe – in 2018, the port of Rotterdam handled 468 million tons of cargo in Rotterdam alone. The country`s ports are testing technologies and investing in infrastructure improvements to adapt to a world where the end consumer increasingly expects Amazon. South Korean liner Hanjin Shipping seeks insolvency protection in a dozen countries; Few GT Nexus survey participants indicate that they have a supply chain manager on hand who would be willing to handle supply chain disruptions. Maersk shares its transportation and oil business between North Korea, South Korea and Russia to test a new business partnership, the GS1 global registry sets a new standard with 15 million products, Middle Eastern airports are facing a growing congestion problem, Puerto Rico is playing the Panama Canal envelope with the Port of the Americas project, Britain introduces the Slavery Act into the supply chain. With more than 1.75 million cargo cases, the Port of Wilmington, Delaware, set a record for the largest individual delivery of fresh Moroccan citrus fruits received in the port. Smaller ports can often save time, reduce costs and provide superior customer service than larger coastal ports. Here are seven hidden benefits that ports offer outside of spilled waterways. The Florida Ports Council has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Coordination of Mexico`s Ports and Merchant Navy to maintain relationships that promote international trade and economic development. Heineken carries out the distribution of inland navigation vessels in Europe; CMA CGM, MSC and Maersk Line cooperate to combat piracy; PepsiCo UK and Ireland are helping agricultural suppliers reduce carbon emissions and water consumption. The new Dubai Logistics Corridor facilitates UAE trade; The Japanese economy is showing signs of recovery; Taiwan launches a project to improve logistics performance.

The MoU can be renewed after two years and will allow both parties to exchange information on their technological capabilities, including the implementation of digital tools and applications to improve traffic efficiency and reduce costs. The MoU also includes the exchange of market research, transit data and modernisation plans, as well as joint training programmes, studies and marketing activities between the two parties. Inbound Logistics recently accompanied Flanders Investment & Trade on a tour of ports and distribution facilities in Belgium. Learn about the Port of Rotterdam`s solutions for ports and terminals by visiting its AIS portal These ports have taken advantage of various initiatives to ensure that the ultimate effects of sustainability outweigh the costs. OsHA publishes updates to its risk communication standards; Dave Thomas of HP talks about the importance of data quality; Ohio Trucking Association debuts military exposure class at trucking competition; Companies do not use procurement strategically; Shippers plan work stoppages in advance. The development of the Panama Canal promises significant changes in the structure of trade and an intensification of world trade. Here are three ways for companies to seize this opportunity. David Bennett of Schneider Logistics talks about how shippers, ocean carriers and carriers face the responsibility of supplying chassis for freight container units in ports. Boeing appoints new vice president to deal with 787 dreamliner delays; Companies are restructuring outsourced technology contracts. Gulf ports maintain container volume despite the Deepwater Horizon oil spill; Supply Chain Leader climbs the corporate ladder; Toyota Material Handling engineers work with mit scientists and the U.S. Army developed remote-controlled forklifts in the field of logistics, Georgia offers all important routes – as well as air and sea routes – to success….