Public transport dealt well with the effects of Covid-19 during level 4 lockdown, but is likely to be under more pressure as the country moves to level 3.
Air Canada and VIA Rail instigate new measures to reduce health risks to passengers and employees.
We are seeing variations in safe practices for prevention of the disease spread that is evident in lockdowns, and also in plans for the return of some economic activity.
Ireland is a big player in the aviation world: 50% of all aircraft flown are leased from Ireland, and Ryanair is Europe’s largest passenger carrier.
Members asked to contribute to the global Covid-19 Best Practice discussion
Guest Speakers Will Holden and Dave Howorth to discuss international responses in the medicine and health supply chain, and UK /Ireland responses in manufacturing and retail.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) has published its third Covid-19 Best Practice Bulletin for members in the logistics, supply chain and transport sector
New funding from the FIA Foundation enables rapid adaption of the MAM@Scale programme to reach many of the most remote communities in Zambia.
A snapshot of the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic being felt on the supply chain for food and medicines in Australia
The World Trade Organisation expects global trade to fall by 13% to 32% in 2020 due to COVID-19. The foremost concern is to maintain supply chains, especially for food and medical items.
Nationalism and Globalism in conflict as tools for combating the Covid-19 pandemic.
Why are the shops in UK and Ireland running out of flour and yeast? How are the food retailers responding?