Monthly Archives: April 2022

ULTRA-PROCESSED FOODS ARE TRASHING THE PLANET, SCIENTISTS WARN

02 APR 2022 Our world is facing a huge challenge: we need to create enough high-quality, diverse and nutritious food to feed a growing population – and do so within the boundaries of our planet. This means significantly reducing the environmental impact of the global food system. There are more than …

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VIRTUAL WATCH TOWERS FOR SUPPLY CHAIN VISIBILITY

01 APR 2022                                                   Cargo owners and transport buyers wish enhanced visibility and forecasts on the times of goods and (returnable) assets arrival at various locations in the global end-to-end multi-tiered supply chain network. Logistics service providers also do need to stay informed on progress and disruptions on the activities …

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P&O FERRIES REJECTS GOVERNMENT PLEA TO REHIRE FIRED WORKERS

31 MAR 2022 P&O Ferries on Tuesday rejected the British government’s request to rehire 800 workers it fired without notice two weeks ago, saying that doing so would cause the company to collapse. P&O Ferries, an 180-year old company now owned by Dubai-based logistics group DP World, prompted an outcry from British …

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UKRAINE ACCUSES RUSSIA OF SETTING STOLEN MINES ADRIFT IN THE BLACK SEA

30 MAR 2022  The Ukrainian foreign ministry has accused Russian forces of setting Soviet-era naval mines adrift in order to disrupt shipping and discredit Ukraine. In particular, the ministry asserted, Russia has used mines that were stored in Sevastopol and were captured from Ukraine during the first Russian invasion in …

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