“Just-in-time” sailing reduces CO2 emissions

20 Nov 2018

“Just-in-time” consists in reducing the time that ships spend in seaports through time measuring and coordination. The International Maritime Organization (IMO), considers this method as a key factor for reducing carbon footprint in sea tranport and for saving time and money to sea companies.

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Big Data and port logistics

18 Oct 2018

Big Data is revolutionising the business world across all sectors and as to be expected, expectations are high in regard to its use in ports logistics.

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Documentation necessary for foreign trade

05 Oct 2018

International freight transport is a complex issue in legal terms, and the documentation it requires proves it. This kind of exportation requires very precise paperwork. In addition to other reasons, this is to fulfil the contract and comply with authority controls in the countries through which the merchandise travels.

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Special features of biomass bulk transport

20 Sep 2018

One of the challenges faced by the energy sector is the replacement of polluting fuels with other renewable sources such as biomass. Understanding biomass and their specific handling and storage requirements is essential.

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Stowage in road freight transport

27 Jun 2018

Stowage is an essential process in roadway freight transport. If done incorrectly or negligently, it can lead to a lot of headache. And even more serious, it can cause accidents.

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