[In its Logistics Performance Index (LPI), the World Bank ranks 160 states according to different logistics criteria – including the “quality of trade and transport-related infrastructure”.
[Results of the Freight Connections survey on the current state of global trade relations.
[Europe’s big cities getting serious: Will diesels soon be banished from city centers?
[DHL Global Connectedness Index shows: global connectedness increases continualy and Netherlands is the world’s most connected country
[China wants to be recognized by the West as a market economy and hopes that this will lead to import facilitation. But Europe is not cooperating.
Global trade – heading for the right direction?
[By 2019, the European Union aims to create the conditions for communication between vehicles and traffic infrastructure and thus reduce congestion and accidents.
[After a year working with different General Terms and Conditions, the logistics associations in Germany have once again agreed on a common set of rules for the transportation industry. It has been in place since the start of the year.
[To really push ahead with electricity, gas and hydrogen – that’s the goal of the German national strategic framework (NSR) for the construction of infrastructure for alternative fuels. Subsidies for heavy goods transport are also included. The Federal Cabinet adopted the NSR on 9 November 2016.