Agustin Lopez’s Blog
The current amount of sulfur oxides allowed is 3.5%, but by January 1st, 2020, the limit will drop to 0.5%. Within the logistics industry, there is much debate about strategies to comply with these new regulations.
The future of logistics will continue to evolve along with the Internet of Things. Cloud computing and smart technology will open the door to new possibilities as the technology continues to evolve.
Mexico’s new president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, has made drastic declarations about northern states and the Isthmus of Tehuantepec that could potentially change the shape of future trade.
Failure to make a trade deal with the United States is playing a huge role in China’s economic problems. There are massive layoffs and the stock market is suffering.
On a macro level, the advancement and growing popularity of 3D Printing will continue to change the logistics industry, from shipping to storage to eco-friendliness.
Centuries ago, supply chain was simple because all commerce was local. New innovations have transformed our world, allowing us to ship goods globally. Blockchain startups are continuing to grow, showing some promise for the broken aspects of our current supply chain.