Finished Vehicle Logistics Live - Virtual Conference - June 22-23 2021
ICL is proud to partner with Automotive Logistics as an Innovation Partner at the upcoming Finished Vehicle Logistics Live virtual conference, discussing greenhouse gas reductions and data driven logistics.
CO2 Reductions in the Finished Vehicle Logistics Industry
In the EU and the US, the logistics transport sector is responsible for more than a quarter of total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Only in the area of energy and heat generation do larger quantities of emissions arise. Using the example of the EU, the following graphic shows how GHG emissions are distributed among the various modes of logistics and transport.
ICL Innovation Partner at Finished Vehicle Logistics June 22-23, Discussing Greenhouse Gas Reductions and Data Driven Logistics.
ICL is proud to partner with Automotive Logistics as an Innovation Sponsor at the upcoming Finished Vehicle Logistics Conference, June 22-23, 2021.
The Chicago Challenge, Part Two – by Bert Ruden
Forty-four years ago this July, I packed my belongings and headed west from our family home in New York City to start my career.
The Chicago Challenge – Part 1, by Bert Ruden
In any discussion of automobile distribution facilities, it’s worth taking a look at the facilities in the three largest U. S. metropolitan areas.
The Squirrel in the Substation
When I talk to people about transportation, the conversation usually turns to trains, planes, ships, trucks, and cars: the hardware behind the movement of things.
Rubicon VLS Wins ‘Lead Logistics Provider’ Award
Our Rubicon VLS team won the FCA Supplier of the Year Award in the category of Lead Logistics Provider.
ICL Awarded Kaizen Excellence Award
ICL was awarded the Kaizen Excellence Award by Toyota Canada, Inc., in recognition of achievements as a key logistics partner for 2017. Way to go, team!
Lindsay English Named Logistics “Rising Star” at Automotive Global Awards
NEW ORLEANS – Lindsay English, director of Rubicon VLS, won the “Rising Star” Award in logistics at the Automotive Global Awards North America held in New Orleans on April 05, 2017.
Tom Swennes, ICL VP of strategic planning & administration, discusses real-time telematics with Marcus Williams from Automotive Logistics Magazine.
The eighth annual Finished Vehicle Logistics North America conference discussed lots of potential for connected car and in-vehicle technology to transform transport and tracking.
ETA accuracy: Going up in the customer’s estimation
Carmakers and logistics providers are now starting to bring ‘Uber-like’ tracking and delivery forecasts to the finished vehicle sector…
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