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Road safety in Europe

Road safety in Europe: ADAS mandatory on all vehicles from 2022

Although according to international statistics, European roads are among the safest in the world, resigning to having a number of victims other than 0 is simply unacceptable. The European Union has therefore developed an ambitious program to completely eliminate the number of road deaths by 2050.
IT security

Logistics cannot be separated from IT security

And not just logistics of course: today, companies in almost every sector base their business on connected digital tools, intrinsically exposed to malicious attacks that could interrupt operations and even cause serious economic damage. We therefore share the practices adopted by FERCAM on the Cybersecurity front, easily applicable to any business reality
Gender equality in logistics

Gender equality in logistics, are we still far from the finish line?

Transportation and logistics: is it still a man's job? Statistics show that although it is perceived that way by some, the sector is slowly seeing the gender gap close. In order to continue to pursue the path of equity, it is necessary to intervene at a cultural level, building a new, more truthful image of our profession
The Brenner border restrictions contradict European Rights

The Brenner border restrictions contradict European Rights

Tyrol is pursuing a policy of restrictions that aims to systematically limit heavy goods traffic in transit, while Tyrolean traffic to and from the area is largely exempt from the measures. An advisory legal opinion commissioned by the Bozen Chamber of Commerce examined the extent to which the new driving ban is compatible with European law.
The United Kingdom's exit from the Single Market: a soft agreement

The United Kingdom's exit from the Single Market: a soft agreement

Christmas provided us with an understanding on Brexit, but what does it change in practice for business operators? And for ordinary citizens, are there any implications? With this analysis we aim to answer in detail the most common questions regarding the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Community.
Alternative traction: LNG is the viable green choice

Alternative traction: LNG is the viable green choice

The transport sector still has a way to go to improve its environmental impact. However, the trend is positive and is supported by the increasingly widespread use of less polluting alternative fuels, among which the most concrete option to date is LNG. For many years, FERCAM has been at the centre of this innovation, which continues to proceed at a rapid pace.
drivers that will impact the supply chains

3 drivers of change that will impact the future of supply chains

What can we expect for the logistics tomorrow? What outcomes of the emergency experienced in 2020 will have significant repercussions? Which trends should we pay attention to? With Maurizio Vioni, Director of FERCAM’s Logistics Division we analyze 3 central elements and their consequences on the logistics dimension
bio gas wipptal

Biogas: heavy transport with organic fuel is already a reality

Producing LNG from renewable organic sources, as in the Biogas Wipptal plant, means transforming a waste product into the opportunity to bring the road transport sector closer to objectives of greater ecological sustainability right away
Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2020

Ready for next Black Week’s peak? Here are our tips for dealing with it

In the year in which the pandemic has upset global economic dynamics but at the same time brought many newbies closer to buying in e-commerce, the forecasts for shopping on Black Friday and Cyber Monday remain hopeful. So how to deal with the peak sales?
the advantages of using a single logistics provider

What are the advantages of using a single logistics provider?

The outsourcing of logistics and transport activities is often a necessity and is the right choice to have a guarantee of superior quality services. There are further advantages in choosing a single supplier for the different services you need, as shown by the long-standing collaboration between the Fine Art and Air & Ocean departments in FERCAM.
Consequences of a hard brexit

What will the consequences of a possible "Hard Brexit" be on the transport sector?

There are two months left until the end of the transitional period, which will conclude with the end of the year 2020. However, no agreement has yet been reached between the UK and the EU: the lack of an agreement at an EU level, the so-called "hard Brexit", will have significant consequences on transport, for which it is good to be prepared.
Sustainable development Goals

Sustainable Development Goals: taking care of the planet and its inhabitants

A process of definition started almost 50 years ago, with an awareness of the need to share the same vision and the same goals for truly sustainable and coherent growth. For business entities, the targets represent guidelines to be expressed in concrete and positively impactful actions.
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