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The Council’s general approach takes small steps towards addressing driver shortages with the revision of the driving licence rules, better news is expected from the European Parliament. During the same meeting, the Council reached a historic agreement on the recognition of specific driving and rest time rules for coach tourism drivers.

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IRU and ITF have reinforced their commitment to drive a just transition and improve the accessibility and attractiveness of the commercial driver profession with a Just Transition for Transport pledge.

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Malaysia will now represent the largest network of tech-enabled ports in a single country ahead of the International Maritime Organisation’s compulsory MSW mandate in 2024
Mumbai, India, Thursday 23rd November 2023: Kale Logistics (Kale) and its partner, Dagang Net Technologies Sdn Bhd (Dagang Net), have been awarded the Malaysia Maritime Single Window (MMSW) contract by Port Klang Authority and its nine subsidiary ports in Malaysia.

Close partnerships between German and Swedish ports and their customers promote sustainable transportation.

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Pasadena, CA, and Zurich, Switzerland - November 14th, 2023 – COAST Autonomous, Inc. (COAST), a leader in AI and Autonomous Systems for industrial applications, and Nexxiot, a leader of Asset Intelligence solutions, have entered into a strategic partnership to improve efficiency,  security, and safety in logistics operations.

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Singapore/Munich, 14 November 2023 – Over 7,300 participants from more than 60 countries attended the inaugural transport logistic Southeast Asia and air cargo Southeast Asia, with resilient supply chains, sustainability and digitalization were the dominant themes at this first transport logistic Southeast Asia and air cargo Southeast Asia, which took place in Singapore from 1 to 3 November 2023. Singapore, the Netherlands, Germany, and China were represented with official country pavilions. During more than 50 conference sessions covering current industry topics, visitors had the opportunity to gain insight into industry trends.

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Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN), a neutral, not-for-profit consortium enabling efficient, paperless and sustainable growth in global trade with its data infrastructure and ecosystem of partners, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with DNV, the leading classification society. The partnership aims to promote decarbonisation and accelerate the adoption of alternative fuels by enabling the trusted sharing of verified data for green claims.

  • 6000 professionals from across the globe and more than 30 speakers actively engage in a compliance discourse, delving into company strategies driving corporate responsibility in a time of unprecedented crises
  • Open corporate cultures can proactively boost compliance in the face of external stress factors and technological challenges, say experts
  • AI positioned as a game-changer for corporate compliance, if there is a willingness to take on associated challenges
  • Coveted ECEC Award goes to ABN Amro amid record participation 

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Re-think ship management: Inspired by customer feedback on ship management services available in the market, German maritime services and logistics provider Harren Group revisited its vast expertise in managing their own fleet as well as third-party vessels for over three decades. Today, the group offers holistic, forward-looking ship management services to owners under the new Harren Ship Management brand. Their mission: to ensure clients actually experience the value ship management can bring to their asset.

On October 23-25, Silk Way West Airlines, the leading cargo airline in the Caspian and Central Asian region, hosted this year’s edition of the Caspian Air Cargo Summit at the JW Marriott Absheron Hotel Baku. The summit is the largest and most comprehensive aviation event in the region, bringing distinguished participants from around the world to the Caspian Sea. 

Under the theme "Nature restoration projects in ports benefitting the local community", the ESPO Award 2023 will go to the port managing body which has developed innovative ways to develop these new roles and combine port development with successfully protecting and restoring nature in and around the port area to the benefit of the citizens and local community. The winning project will be a project which can clearly demonstrate how nature protection and restoration efforts can be successfully combined with port development projects.

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Kirchheim unter Teck, October 17, 2023 – MOSOLF Group, one of the leading system
service providers for the European automotive industry, and Spectaire Inc., which is
headquartered near Boston in the US state of Massachusetts, are set to work together on
solutions for measuring drive emissions in real-time operations. Emissions need to be
measured directly with the help of processes such as mass spectrometry to gain a
complete picture of emissions. MOSOLF Group will showcase Spectaire AireCore, an
innovative and forward-looking tool for the exact measurement of emissions in transport
logistics, at the International Supply Chain Conference in Berlin.

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Budapest Airport, as this year's esteemed host of the WOF & BUD Cargo Forum, pulled off an exceptional gathering that captivated the minds and hearts of everyone in the logistics and cargo community of the CEE region and beyond. The first common project of WOF Events and Bud Cargo encapsulated with vibrant discussions, future-forward insights, shared knowledge, and an unforgettable atmosphere, that was nothing short of spectacular.

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An extensive coastline of 6,435 kilometres, pure waters and a great diversity of marine resources of high nutritional value are characteristic of Chile. The cold waters of the South Pacific provide abundant resources for aquaculture, industrial fishing and artisanal fishing.

The organisers of SMM have conducted the third survey to gauge the mood and trends in the maritime sector for their Maritime Industry Report 2023 (MIR). The responses indicate that the industry’s main areas of investment include decarbonisation and building new tankers and naval vessels. In September 2024 SMM, the world’s leading maritime trade fair in Hamburg will provide a forum for the sector to explore these and other topics as well as challenges and future strategies.

 

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