The vertical challenge in logistics – Marseille vs Copenhagen (Berlin wins?)
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Returning to Shanghai is special.
To be kept away from it for so long was really difficult and now, after the first few days here, it has been interesting to see how little it has actually changed.
Of course, a few more buildings, roads and subway lines, as well as better behaviour in traffic were spotted – even though some restaurants and shops seem to have not survived the pandemic while some areas feel less crowded than ...
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