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The main transoceanic ports of the world

Today, the countries with the best maritime connectivity lead the ranking of the best ports in the world. It is estimated that more than 90% of goods are transported by sea and, for this reason, the governments of countries and private companies are constantly investing in improving the infrastructure of their port facilities. Stock Logistic is a logistics operator with a presence in the main strategic points of the Iberian Peninsula such as [...]

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Stock Logistic, un aliado imprescindible para el transporte.

Stock Logistic participates in Fruit Attraction

As every year and after the pandemic break, trade fairs, conventions and events have resumed their activity in person. One example is that Fruit Attraction 2022, one of the best professional meetings in the fruit and vegetable sector worldwide, will start up on 4 October. The convention, which will be held at the IFEMA facilities, will be attended by representatives of the fruit and vegetable community as well as the main companies in the logistics [...]

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Immologistics in crisis due to the lack of logistical land.

Immologistics, increasingly important in supply chains

Immologistics, or real estate logistics, is a variant within the sector that includes the rental and sale of logistics land, industrial warehouses and warehouses. In recent years, it has become increasingly important due to the rise of e-commerce and omnichannel services. In this context, logistics companies, in order to provide customers with faster and more efficient services, have begun to invest in this type of strategic infrastructure. At [...]

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El gigantismo en los buques portacontenedores.

Container ship gigantism: future trends and challenges

 In recent years, due to globalisation and increased maritime connectivity in ports around the world, freight transport has required structural, technical and technological change in order to be able to ship and distribute cargo to all industries. Optimising transports by guaranteeing coverage in the shortest possible time has brought about the need to adapt to the new commercial ecosystem and, consequently, to the new professional challenges [...]

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Stock Logistic, a constant work for a sustainable logistics

The use of new fuels for merchant ships, the IMO 2020 implementation regulation, the reduction of polluting emissions in the air sector or the offer of last mile transport powered by renewable energies are some of the sustainability actions in which the logistics sector is currently immersed. Industry is increasingly aware that these are measures that must be put in place to secure the future of the planet, the economy and the next [...]

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Photograph of a transporter bringing goods to customers.

What will last mile logistics look like in the coming years?

Last mile transport, also referred to as capillary transport, refers to the final journey or stretch where goods are transported to the distribution or consumer areas. It is the phase that closes the supply chain and is therefore the one that is most in contact with customers. Currently there has been a considerable increase in the volume of e-commerce due to the pandemic and the impossibility of buying some products physically. Faced with this [...]

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Has the Ukraine-Russia conflict affected the European maritime industry?

The maritime industry has undergone a new change in recent months as a result of the war between Ukraine and Russia. This situation has caused the European economy to plunge into an inflationary spiral which experts expect to stabilize in a year and a half. Faced with this dramatic reality, the maritime sector is organizing changes and alternatives to alleviate logistics problems in Europe and the world in general. At Stock Logistic, as a [...]

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Black Friday y Navidad, grandes desafíos para el sector logístico

Black Friday and Christmas, big challenges for logistics before the end of the year

Between Black Friday - the opening day of the Christmas shopping season, a North American tradition that has spread to the rest of the world - and Christmas, 106 million shipments are expected. These figures are estimated by the UNO organisation, which warns of the human and technical effort involved. Per day, the employers' organisation expects companies to handle an average of 3.7 million shipments, numbers that could reach 5 million during the [...]

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International maritime transport, in continuous price increases.

The growing trend in maritime transport

World maritime transport, the most widely used means of transport for major global trade transactions, is experiencing a real increase in costs since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to the restructuring of port calls, blank sailings and the significant increase in maritime freight rates, two other situations have had a significant impact on the sector in recent months: the blockage in the Suez Canal and the collapse of the Chinese [...]

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Inland freight transport and the challenges ahead.

Immediate challenges in land transport

In the first quarter of 2021, the road freight transport sector moved 4.42% more tonnes than in the previous year. This represents a growth of 4.01% in national traffic while in international traffic the figure reached 11.07%. Exports (12.63%) and imports (1.58%) also increased. This is a positive and hopeful scenario for the road transport sector, which was significantly affected by the consequences of the pandemic and the effects of confinement. [...]