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Opinion: is Brexit on the way out?

London, UK: Government and the opposition have been careful to avoid any discussion of Brexit following former prime minister Boris Johnson’s deal to “get Brexit …

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NEWS ANALYSIS

Truck sales soar in best Q3 for half a decade

London, UK: Truck sales are an exceptionally accurate and early indicator of economic activity which make the latest data showing an uplift in heavy truck …

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Robots keeping the cool in cold chains

Robotics and automation mitigate the challenges in cold chains, says Ronan Kitchin at Aramex Trafford Park, UK:  Cold chains are evolving rapidly across the globe to …

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Tackling energy challenges with technology

Cold Chain News reports from the Energy Zone at the Cold Chain Federation’s Cold Chain Live! conference in September 2022. London, UK: Tom Southall, policy …

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WORLD NEWS

Idem telematics cold chain verification

Munich, Germany: Idem telematics has simplified cold chain document verification whether the recipient prefers a paper printout or data in different formats as proof. Idem …

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Coca-Cola’s Belgian last-mile deliveries go electric

Antwerp, Belgium: Coca-Cola Europacific Partners is to start using 30 electric trucks to make last-mile deliveries in Belgium. The first five Renault trucks will operate …

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Envirotainer opens Singapore station

Stockholm, Sweden: Envirotainer has opened a CryoSure station in Singapore to expand availability of ultra-cold (-70°C) medicine transport. The station is near one of the …

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Schmitz Cargobull builds hydrogen powered truck

Toddin, Germany: Schmitz Cargobull has bodied a hydrogen-powered Hyundai chassis approved for road transport in Germany. The vehicle was built for Hylane which provides climate-neutral …

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