10 June, 2020

Port terminal automation in the era of globalization

Since the implementation of the first sea container (1956) until today, the evolution of the port sector has been remarkable. The use of new technologies and tools such as GPS, artificial [...]

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14 May, 2020

E-commerce in times of coronavirus

The growth experienced by e-commerce sales during the confinement stage has reportedly increased by 50%. In addition, there have been important advances in categories, which until now have not [...]

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22 April, 2020

Operinter participates in the implementation of one ...

Operinter has coordinated the logistics of one of the sanitary air corridors, currently underway, between Spain and China. In this operation, large aircraft are being used to import medical [...]

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8 April, 2020

Operinter coordinates transport of medical material ...

Operinter Barcelona has been in charge of coordinating the logistics of sending medical material from China to Barcelona requested by the Barcelona Provincial Council. An important consignment [...]

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30 March, 2020

Update COVID-19 (II)

Dear clients and collaborators, Yesterday, 29 March 2020, Royal Decree-Law 10/2020 was approved, which states that only the essential activities set out therein may continue to be carried out. [...]

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18 March, 2020

Update COVID-19

Dear Partners, The current situation of COVID-19 is above all a human tragedy, affecting the health and well-being of millions of people. The spread of the virus is having a measurable impact on [...]

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11 March, 2020

Operinter Valencia renews Valenciaport’s Marca...

Operinter Valencia has just renewed its Marca de Garantía certification for two more years. The title implies that the company has been, once again, evaluated and complies with all the [...]

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5 February, 2020

Transport insurance and the suitability of goods in ...

Spanish ports of general interest registered a total of 520.2 million tons up to November 2019, which represents an increase of 0.95% over the same period last year. Likewise, the Spanish port [...]

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18 November, 2019

IMO 2020 in the global maritime industry

The World Maritime Organization (IMO) has established that, from 1 January 2020, the global limit for the sulphur content of fuel oil used on ships should be 0.50% by mass/mass. The current [...]

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16 October, 2019

Incoterms 2020: the international trade changes agai...

On 1 January 2020, the eighth revision of the Incoterms rules will enter into force, in other words, the set of rules designed to regulate the obligations and rights of exporters and importers in [...]

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