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2017 AAEI e-commerce benchmark report

AAEI is proud to partner with Amber Road on this Benchmark Report on e-Commerce. While e-commerce is not new, it has reached a critical mass to impact global trade. Since the Great Recession of 2008, global trade has remained flat while

Study on the new Silk Route

The European Parliament has published a new study 'The new Silk Route – opportunities and challenges for EU transport. The study looks at the opportunities and challenges that the Chinese “One Belt, One Road” (OBOR) Initiative brings to the European transport

Belt and Road Initiative conference

The report from the international conference “The Belt and Road Initiative: EU-China Logistics and Supply Chain” that took place in November 2017 is now available as  the special issue of the EU-China Observer. This issue provides a summary of the key

Rastatt incident: way forward

Rastatt incident: way forward Following the Rastatt incident, the meeting of experts organised by the Commission Directorate General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) and chaired by Deputy Director General Matthew Baldwin agreed on the way forward. The Commission

CO2 emissions in maritime

CO2 emissions in maritime Shipping emissions are predicted to increase between 50% and 250% by 2050 . The European Shipper’s Council has been always favouring a global approach to this global problem. Regional regulations should not be put

TIACA summit and developments in air cargo sector

TIACA summit and developments in air cargo sector “Breakthroughs in air cargo quality assessment will help cargo users better select the best suppliers”, said ESC Chairman Denis Choumert earlier this month.  This month, the International Air Cargo Association

Facilitating the flow of goods between continents

Global shippers engage and cooperate on logistics and cargo issues to bring stability and security to the global trade

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