Given the growing problems for air shipments from China to Europe, rail transport is increasingly emerging as a valid solution.
Here's the updated situation in the various countries of greatest interest for national transport, according to news released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
China goes back to work: there are still logistics’ slowdowns, but the first trains are leaving for the West
In a certainly complex scenario, there are signs of recovery. First of all, the restart of train departures, both WestBound (import) and EastBound (export).
Tuesday 18 February in Milan we will be speakers at the first meeting "The recovery of activities one month after the start of the crisis".
China: an evolving market and more and more opportunities for western companies. Here is a focus on the situation, after the CIIE.
Ceramics export is a primary activity for the #Modena ceramic district, and transportation is a fundamental aspect for the entire field.
This is quite a big news: Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce as big as Amazon, has begun to use the rail to ship goods from China to Europe.
+13.3% in 2018: Russia is certainly a growing scenario, especially regarding the automotive market.
Train transports to and from China are growing more and more: that's why we offer safe and tracked shipments. Find out more.
From 5 to 10 November 2019 we will participate in Shanghai at the China International Import Expo (CIIE), a great event on the Chinese market import.
We are pleased to invite you to the seminar on the automotive sector in Russia scheduled for Tuesday, September 24th in Milan. Registrations are open.
Transporting goods by land, sea or air, both nationally and internationally, exposes the goods to various types of risks: for this reason it is essential to have insurance coverage.
For the first time a large car manufacturer such as Volvo exclusively chooses the train to distribute one of its flagship models from China to Europe.
In June we attended Genoa Shipping Week, a biennial event that brings together port, maritime and logistic operators from all over the world. Here's some hightlights.
The port of Genoa signs an agreement with Shenzhen, while Trieste strengthens its relations with Germany. Let's see the details.
Boom in rail freight in 2018 and Chinese ports growth of nearly 5%: the development of transport in China is increasingly dynamic.
In June we will be in Germany for transport logistic 2019, one of the most important fairs in the world for logistics, IT and supply chain management.
From 22nd to 24th May 2019 we will be in Shanghai to attend the most important annual meeting point of Asia for the transport and logistics sectors.
One of the most delicate and demanding goods to transport is undoubtedly food: whether it is dry or fresh, it always requires special attention.
From 13 to 15 April in Moscow we participated at TransRussia 2019, the 25th International Trade Fair for Transport and Logistics Services.
Among all the types of freight transport, that one by train turns out to be the mode for medium-long distances with the minimum impact on the environment.
New European funding is foreseen for a total of 120 million euros destined to the realization of the "Port Hub 2019" project for the port of Ravenna.
Italy and China signed in Rome the memorandum of agreement on the "Belt and Road Initiative" (BRI). More information here.
The groupage is a type of shipment – increasingly widespread in international trade – which consists of grouping small shipments of goods. Code word – optimization.
China is certainly one of the most expanding and full of opportunities to explore. Here's some recent news.
Caspian Week was held in Davos (Switzerland) from 21 to 25 January 2019, the Caspian Week Conference is a meeting of global leaders, visionaries and experts.
On January 18th, the 2019 "RongOu+" Global Partner Conference was held in China in the Qingbaijiang District, in the city of Chengdu, and we participated as an international
Furlog invites to you the forum “Shipping, Forwarding & Logistics meet Industry” in Milan on Thursday 31 January and Friday 1 February 2019.