EU’s Emission Trading Scheme: How does it impact logistics?

The European Emissions Trading System (ETS) is a measure to incentivise emission reduction based on market principles and allowances which have a significant commercial impact. Since its introduction in 2005, the EU’s emissions have decreased by 41%. However, there were several exceptions to the ETS (for certain industries), which has ultimately led to the ETS […]

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The Logistics Point February ’24

FEATURE Navigating the Warehouse Evolution: Automation, Workforce Shortages & increased flexibility;VIDEO UK’s Economic Engine: The Crucial Role of Express Couriers in the UK Economy;Would 2024 instability bring down logistics & supply chain?;Why is collaboration still a dirty word in logistics?;Understanding the Workplace Charging Scheme;EU’s Emission Trading Scheme: How does it impact logistics?;Couriers take on the […]

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From AI to labour constraints: Five transportation industry trends to watch in 2024

By Nikolay Pargov, Chief Revenue Officer at Transporeon More predictions for 2024 can be found in our January 2024 edition here. 2023 has been challenging for the global transportation market. Interest rates rose sky-high to combat inflation, leaving many economies teetering on the brink of a recession. Meanwhile, load givers and receivers are again prioritising […]

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2024: the year of Generative AI, slower ESG investment & more labour troubles

Exiting the pandemic, 2023 ushered in a transformative period for retailers and their supply chain operations. In 2024, amidst slow economic growth and rising operational costs, retailers are navigating a landscape where customer influence is more pronounced, demanding both enhanced productivity and innovative transport operations. Here’s a glimpse into the trends shaping retailers’ logistics and […]

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Embracing the Green Revolution in Logistics and Supply Chain

The green revolution is everywhere but how ready is the logistics and supply chain industry? There are many things that need to be done and one of them will include supporting suppliers. The task is not easy and in this feature we are exploring how companies can help their suppliers understand the costs and benefits […]

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Reducing Scope 3 Emissions: Taking the right steps

Scope 3 emissions are what stops many companies when it comes to reducing emissions. It is not a surprise, as the area is notoriously hard to understand, monitor and change. We spoke to Serge Schamschula, Head of Ecosystem at Transporeon, about the challenged faced but mostly about what solutions can be put in place and […]

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The Logistics Point July 2023

Page 6: VIDEO Exciting consumers about the final mile deliveryPage 11: Is retail blind about consumers’ wishes?Page 14: VIDEO Procurement steps up ESG commitmentsPage 18: Procurement embraces its role of change makerPage 21: How UK manufacturers can improve supply chain operations in the face of extreme weatherPage 26: Reducing Scope 3 emissions: Taking the right […]

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