Posts Tagged "transporte internacional"

New procedures for the export of marble or natural stone to Saudi Arabia

Within the Community of Valencia are some of the regions with more deposits of marble and natural stones in the world. Especially in Alicante, where the largest producer and producer of marble in Spain and one of the most relevant
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IMO 2020 norm: Global limit for sulphur content

Global pollution is reaching extreme levels, so much so that a number of measures are being taken around the world to try to curb this situation. This is the case with the new IMO 2020 standard, adopted by the International
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The European Union reaffirms itself as a defender of free trade

The European Union is preparing two historic free trade agreements with Mercosur and Vietnam, which are characterised by several elements, such as the elimination of import tariffs, simplification of customs procedures, labour rights, protection for farmers, support for SMEs, and
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New challenges for the global air cargo industry.

In the last decade there have been many changes in this sector around the world. Environmental demands, the importance of electronic commerce, and the shortage of professionals in this sector are some of the challenges this industry has encountered. However,
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ARCE calls it “negligence” for drivers to inspect containers

On May 22nd, in Algeciras, a meeting was held called by ARCE in which maritime lines, transporters and clients took part with the aim of analysing the problem of empty containers in the main ports of Spain. As detailed in

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Concern in international transport about the consequences of Brexit.

The lack of information on Brexit is causing great confusion among Spanish haulage companies. Spanish companies in the transport sector have mobilised to apply to the Ministry of Public Works for bilateral authorisations under the ECMT agreement. There is great

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