Hamburg lays the groundwork for swap to hydrogen trucks
The regions of Hamburg and Lower Saxony have embarked on a €32m ($35m) project to ...
A bit of no-frills reporting today just to set the record straight on road transport in the US. It is widely covered, with insistent talk of overcapacity occupying everybody’s mind as the industry faces the downturn that so far, anecdotally, may lead to a soft landing. Worst case.
Every little sign helps in searching for clues about what could happen next. And Michigan State University’s Jason Miller, with his strong focus on supply chain management, recently penned a few thoughts that ...
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