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Ex-Asda Boss Declares War on Plastic Packaging

The former CEO of Asda has urged U.K. supermarkets to stop using plastic packaging, saying costly recycling initiatives had failed to halt the world's plastic pollution "crisis." »


Paris Wants to Ban the Combustion Engine by 2030

Paris Wants to Ban the Combustion Engine by 2030

Paris wants to ban all cars with traditional combustion engines from its streets by 2030, in the latest sign of how environmental concerns are increasingly dictating the rules of the game for the auto sector. »


Cosmetics Industry Urges Limit on Microbead Ban

Cosmetics Industry Urges Limit on Microbead Ban

Cosmetics industry representatives have urged the European Commission (EC) to limit an English ban on plastic microbeads. »


The IoT Awards recognise the most innovative industrial internet projects of the year

Accenture Digital, Intel and AEInnova were this year’s winners of the IoT Awards organised by the IoT Solutions World Congress (IoTSWC), which recognise the most outstanding projects developed in the sphere of the worldwide industrial internet in the past year. Cisco also won the award for best... »


The IoT Awards recognise the most innovative industrial internet projects of the year

Accenture Digital, Intel and AEInnova were this year’s winners of the IoT Awards organised by the IoT Solutions World Congress (IoTSWC), which recognise the most outstanding projects developed in the sphere of the worldwide industrial internet in the past year. Cisco also won the award for best... »


Food Waste in U.K. Costs $39M a Year, Report Says

The U.K. food supply chain could increase efficiency and save £30m ($39.17m) a year by tackling food waste on farms, according to a report. »


Amazon Ordered to Pay Nearly $300M in Back Taxes

Amazon.com must pay nearly $300m in back taxes to Luxembourg, European authorities say after concluding that the tech giant had benefited from an illegal tax arrangement dating to 2003. »


Euro Factories Add Jobs in Struggle to Keep Up With Orders

Euro-area factories are scrambling to add staff as burgeoning orders stretch capacity. »


End of EU Sugar Quota Could Cut Prices Across Supply Chain

The EU's scrapping of long-held quotas on sugar could create a new era of lower prices, with implications reaching the whole the sugar supply chain. »


China's New Silk Road Could Spur More Electric Cars in Europe

China's New Silk Road Could Spur More Electric Cars in Europe

China's new silk road stretching into the heart of Europe may be what ultimately delivers more climate-friendly technologies like batteries and electric cars. »


Q&A: Developing Smart Partnerships to Reduce Waste

Q&A: Developing Smart Partnerships to Reduce Waste

Ingersoll Rand, a global diversified industrial manufacturer and 2017 Environmental Leader Award winner, is moving steadily toward zero waste-to-landfill for its sites. Already, in Galway on the western side of Ireland, the company's Thermo King plant no longer sends anything to the dump. »


Logistics Sector Cheers May's Support for Brexit Transition Period

The U.K.'s Freight Transport Association (FTA) welcomed Prime Minister Teresa May's call last week for a transition period as a key priority for Brexit negotiations. But, as May's Tories grip on power continues to erode against an ascendant Labor party, the prime minister's pragmatic turn might be... »


How Grocery Giant Aldi Plans to Conquer America: Limit Choice

How Grocery Giant Aldi Plans to Conquer America: Limit Choice

Dim lighting bounces off brownish-tiled floors. The shelves are sparsely filled with cardboard boxes. Checkout lines stretch to oblivion. There is nothing super about these stores. »


DoKaSch starts wide free delivery areas across the US Opticooler now available in the United States of America

Frankfurt/ Chicago, 27 September 2017 – The Opticooler, the flying warehouse for temperature-sensitive air cargo, will be available in the USA from now on, for rentals on more than 20 air cargo carriers. DoKaSch Temperature Solutions, the Germany-based provider of climate-controlled air cargo... »


Be Wary of Links Between the Gig Economy and Modern Slavery

Be Wary of Links Between the Gig Economy and Modern Slavery

Procurement professionals need to be aware of the links between the poor employment practices linked to the gig economy and modern slavery, a European government official warns. »


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